After 35 years of dedicated service, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Gretchen Caughman has announced her plan to retire at the end of the fiscal year.
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, has been named to Georgia Trend’s list of “100 Most Influential Georgians” for 2019.
Dr. Keel recaps the first four years of Augusta University's Campus Master Plan.
Dr. Trinanjan Datta, a professor of physics in the College of Science and Mathematics, co-wrote a textbook utilizing his research work with undergraduates at Augusta University.
Dr. Lori Foster of the Class of 1994 at Augusta University will serve as the fall commencement speaker on Dec. 13 at the James Brown Arena.
The award is designed to recognize faculty members for work as undergraduate research mentors.
From breaking ground on new construction projects to increasing enrollment for the sixth consecutive year, 2019 has been full of memorable moments for Augusta University.
The annual Fall Faculty Assembly took place Monday, Nov. 4, in the ballroom of the Jaguar Student Activities Center.
Cadet Summer Training, which is the largest training operation for the United States Army, trains more than 10,000 ROTC cadets from universities across the nation.
Department was awarded almost $2 million in grants in 2019.
It’s been over a year since Morgan Mitchell was crowned the 2019 Miss Augusta University. Friday, she will pass the crown to another AU student.
The interdisciplinary program will help AU in its mission to become a comprehensive research university.
Water line work will close portions of Goss Lane and Spellman Street through early October.
The new building will have three floors, which will include multipurpose rooms and offices as well as multiple laboratories.
Beware of brief road closures affecting access to Spellman Street and Deck 4.
Groundbreaking for College of Science and Mathematics is 9 a.m. Friday.
With almost 9,300 students enrolled in the fall semester, Augusta University is thriving and has become a destination of choice.
New funding will assist undergraduate students in science and mathematics.
Officials will break ground on a new College of Science and Math building on the Health Sciences Campus in August.