The Augusta University homepage has a new look!
This week on "In the Wild," Raysean Ricks discusses upcoming events and breaks down what’s happening across campus with Kiara Heffner, an intern for the Division of Communications and Marketing.
Christen Engel, senior associate vice president of communications, has been named interim vice president of the Division of Communications and Marketing effective Oct. 1.
“A comprehensive and ongoing policy process is a critical component of creating and supporting a culture of ethics and integrity, which reflects our mission and values,” said Chris Melcher, vice president and general counsel for Augusta University.
A closer look at Jaguar Arthur Takahashi.
Dr. Gretchen Caughman, executive vice president for academic affairs and provost, sends a message to address Augusta University's plan to reopen this fall.
Please be aware that COVID-19 does not change HIPAA or patient privacy regulations that must be followed.
The Division of Communications and Marketing is launching a podcast this spring. In the Wild is the first podcast from the university to discuss campus news and events, including interviews with members of the university community.
View a slideshow of performers at the Augusta University Arts Council's Noon Arts program, held Wednesday, Feb. 12.
After DCM moves to Broad Street, Advancement will adopt a new name and new location.
There’s still time to roll up your sleeve and defend yourself from flu this season.
Human Resources will join other university and health system teams in the old Wells Fargo building downtown.
Don't miss the last Noon Arts of the semester.
Preview the upcoming replacement to PAWS, the intranet site currently used by both university and health system employees.
Among other communications and marketing awards, Augusta University’s “Be Boundless” campaign won Judge’s Choice in the 2018 Collegiate Advertising Awards in the category “Total Advertising Campaigns.”
The latest copy of A. magazine is online and in magazine racks now.
JagNation, the nerve center for all things student life at Augusta University, officially launched on Aug. 1. Check it out!
You asked. We listened: Introducing AU Health Jagwire News and Events App
We may have missed Patrick Reed, but the latest issue of A. covers a lot of other stuff.
Improve your texting game with JAGmoji, the first-ever emoji keyboard developed by Augusta University. Use the new emoji pack to put your best paw forward and show your AU pride in messages, texts, emails and tweets. It’s free to download and...