Showcase generates vital feedback on Uniform Branding Initiative

The AU Health Uniform Showcase events on the health sciences campus and practice site locations were quite popular. More than 800 employees stopped in to interact with uniform vendors and sample uniform styles, colors, and branding, in addition to providing their input for the Uniform Branding Initiative.

More than 2,300 surveys were submitted in addition to over 250 comments through the PAWS feedback form. This feedback is crucial in helping inform the Uniform Selection Committee’s recommendations for this project.

See a snapshot of AU Health’s feedback in an infographic on PAWS.

Moving forward, the Uniform Selection Committee is scheduled to meet several times over the coming months in preparation for presenting its final recommendations to the AU Health leadership team. Final decisions by leadership are expected in late June, and implementation should begin in early August.

Please continue to stay engaged through the Uniform Selection Committee, and look for updates on the Uniform Branding Initiative pages on PAWS. Submit your questions or comments here.

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Denise Parrish

Denise Parrish is Director of Communications for Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic at 706-721-9760 or

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