Augusta University's Facilities team organized its annual Arbor Day in Georgia event by planting trees on three Augusta University campuses Feb. 19.
As of Nov. 30, Augusta University has performed 101,253 tests at its drive-thru sites, bringing the total at all sites to 113,739 since the first nasal swab tests were performed in March.
October brings shuttle changes for two stops.
Augusta University's Division of Information Technology has extended the wireless internet range for students, faculty and staff.
AU Health System Vice President and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Phillip Coule discusses at how specimen collection sites have evolved through the pandemic.
All of the coaches have been working individually and collectively to evaluate their programs after the spring sports season was canceled.
A closer look at JagNation's Amanda Dyer, a PACU nurse.
We salute our Facilities teams for coordinating vital COVID-19 efforts.
AU Health is fortunate to have some of the world’s experts in this type of testing.
As the number of cases of COVID-19 rise throughout Georgia, Augusta University Health is offering drive-through testing at Christenberry Fieldhouse, 3109 Wrightsboro Road, for pre-selected patients.
Christenberry Fieldhouse riders must request this stop to Blue Route drivers beginning March 17 as campus activity wanes.
Trees were planted on Augusta University campuses to recognize Georgia Arbor Day.
Kennedi Manning is making a name for herself in the Peach Belt Conference on the same court her father helped christen decades ago.
Student Life and Engagement is welcoming two popular entertainers to campus for Homecoming Week: Karlous Miller and Darren Brand. Both are cast members of MTV’s hit shows Wild ‘N Out and Joking Off. Karlous Miller(Image from Innovative Comedy)...
More than 50 organizations are expected to be represented at Jaguar Job Fair 2020, which is open to community job seekers as well as students.
The bell ringer, Dr. Joseph Hobbs, chair of the Department of Family Medicine, was the lone employee being recognized for his 45 years of service, the longest tenure of those honored at the ceremony.
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Several facilities improvements are scheduled for Summerville and Forest Hills during the summer semester.
New Live Oak trees at Christenberry Fieldhouse, a Chinese Pistache near Science Hall, and a Willow Oak beside the Dugas and Murphey Buildings were planted to celebrate Arbor Day in Georgia.
A new dry lab in Christenberry Fieldhousewill benefit students and faculty in education and research.