The event will spotlight the ongoing support group for Black and brown students, “Our Voices Matter,” led by graduate students Marquietta Green and Randy LaMons
Spring 2021 graduation moves outdoors to Lady A Pavilion.
Augusta University's Facilities team organized its annual Arbor Day in Georgia event by planting trees on three Augusta University campuses Feb. 19.
Augusta University faculty and staff are asked to respond to a voluntary and anonymous survey pertaining to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Augusta University’s Office of Civic Engagement has hosted two community service events this semester, both of which have received overwhelming support.
Dr. Carol Hunter said many students are not aware of the importance of public health, but these kinds of opportunities bring public health nursing to the forefront.
Augusta University’s Study Abroad Office is offering funds to help create collaborative online international learning opportunities for the Spring 2021 semester.
Over the next year, Jagwire will present a series of stories addressing racial and ethnic health care disparities and the ways Augusta University and AU Health are working to help.
“Shakespeare is fun, and this is your chance to explore it,” says Kelly Thomas, director of the Maxwell Theatre.
Augusta University Cree-Walker Chair and Professor of Economics Simon Medcalfe will share his analysis of Augusta’s economy and predictions for the coming year during the...
"In The Wild" welcomes Augusta University’s new provost, Dr. Neil MacKinnon, and we discuss the COVID-19 vaccine in the segment, "What's Up, America?"
In recognition of Black History Month, Augusta University will host events throughout February in honor of our country’s African American heritage.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the importance of research performed by epidemiologists on diseases around the world. Beginning this fall, Augusta University is offering a Master...
Proposals for study abroad and study away programs are due to the study abroad committee on Thursday, April 1.
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is a disease in which the heart muscle becomes abnormally thick, a common genetic heart disease affecting one in 500 people.
Meet JagNation's Darlene Ladson.
The School of Computer and Cyber Sciences is proud to welcome Dr. Ahmed AlEroud and Dr. Richard DeFrancisco to the school's faculty this semester.
The former dean of the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy at the University of Cincinnati says he cannot wait to be a part of the Augusta University family.
Angela McGahee wasn't expected to survive to see adulthood, but she defied the odds to become the first woman with tricuspid atresia to ever deliver a full-term, healthy baby and...
Congratulations to School of Computer and Cyber Sciences faculty members Dr. Gagan Agrawal and Dr. Michael Nowatkowski in their new leadership appointments.