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Listen: Augusta University celebrates Values Week on ‘In the Wild’ podcast

Augusta University launched Values Week yesterday, a celebration of the six core values that support AU’s mission and vision.

This week’s episode of In the Wild features Roberto Aragon, the coordinator for Student Involvement, to discuss Values Week events. Aragon highlights events such as Veterans Day: Appreciation Event, the CURS Undergraduate Research Fair, and Friendsgiving, which will take place outdoors on the Summerville Campus on Nov. 10 and the Health Sciences Campus on Nov. 13.

Also, podcast host, Raysean Ricks gives us a run down of other university announcements and noteworthy events, including AU’s Virtual Days of Service and a virtual discussion with Dr. Michele Harper titled “Racism: Our Most Crucial Public Health Crisis.”

Ricks also shares a chance to win a Wildbox if listeners answer the question of the week on the podcast Instagram page.

Check out the Augusta University events calendar for details on more events this week.

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Rachel Visintainer Culling

Rachel Visintainer Culling is a Communication and Theatre student at Augusta University. She currently works as an intern for Raysean Rick's 'In the Wild' podcast and a student consultant at the AU Writing Center. Contact her to learn more about the podcast or Writing Center services at

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Written by Rachel Visintainer Culling

Jagwire is your source for news and stories from Augusta University. Daily updates highlight the many ways students, faculty, staff, researchers and clinicians "bring their A games" in classrooms and clinics on four campuses in Augusta and locations across the state of Georgia.

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