Cassidy Thigpen, Meagan Philip and Jeremiah Grogg's experiences in the Master of Science in Psychology program helped them develop a camaraderie that turned into a business partnership.
The agreement will allow participants an earlier start to a career in the critical health care field.
“He is an outstanding teammate; a true professional who is passionate about helping others connect with their goals.”
"It's rewarding to learn the leadership skills and tactics, and then to see those play out at training exercises or at labs."
Students who successfully complete Cadet Basic Camp and receive a two-year scholarship will have the opportunity to earn a $5,000 bonus.
Academic Recognition Day began 33 years ago as a celebration of Georgia students’ academic achievement.
"My father is retired Navy, and my sister is currently serving in the Army and they inspire me to serve as well."
Professor of Physics Dr. Trinanjan Datta has been named Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics Scholar for the 2021-23 academic years. Datta will visit UC Santa Barbara three times over the three-year period to share his research.
Business partners act as one-stop shop for human resources.
Beam me up: Construction milestone marked this week.
"I feel like a lot of people think of ROTC and think of wanna-be soldiers. I don’t think people realize the learning and teamwork that takes place."
The 56,000-pound steel truss will help support a pedestrian bridge between the new College of Science and Mathematics building and the Interdisciplinary Research Center building.
One of Augusta University's 2020 graduates is sending appreciation for his AU family via artwork from afar.
See photos of construction progress at new College of Science and Mathematics.
Hear from a cadet who is enrolled in Augusta University’s ROTC program and a member of the Jaguar Army ROTC Battalion.
Augusta University is promoting excellence during its third annual Values Week. Non-traditional student Melinda McKew recalls her experiences as an undergraduate and soon-to-be medical student.
Living-Learning Communities are offered in residential university housing to support freshmen in making a successful transition during the critical first year of college.
Born in Germany with both parents in the United States Navy, Melinda McKew has traveled worldwide to such countries as Italy, Scotland, and Canada with her military family. However, she chose Augusta University to spend most of her time advancing...
Ruth Ann (Joseph) Vericella is changing lives with the new scholarship for special education students that she has established, inspired by her 30 years of teaching and administrative experiences.