Patricia Connell is the communication services switchboard manager and has worked at Augusta University for more than 40 years.
Gene Policinski will be the keynote speaker at the Future of the First Amendment Symposium, a three-day event at Augusta University from March 13-15.
The film, titled "The Things We Leave Behind," is about Atlanta artist Michi Meko and took home the top prize at the 90th Georgia Communication Association conference Feb. 15.
According to Associate Professor Matthew Buzzell, Whit Stillman represents a singular voice in American cinema and is a perfect speaker to bring for Writers Weekend.
Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail is a musical by Distinguished Alum Mark Swanson and professor Doug Joiner and features several current and former students.
The Department of English & Foreign Languages will host its seventh annual Writers Weekend, Jan. 25-27, on Augusta University’s Summerville campus.
Augusta University celebrates 50 years of communal arts, entertainment and education at the Grover C. Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre.
For the Department of Communication, the fall of 2018 has seen a flurry of research awards, publications and conference presentations. Here are some of the highlights.
Drawing inspiration from her own memories of Augusta, Cynthia Panzella created a dark drama with a touch of buddy film about a sex trafficking survivor who is trying to find meaning and purpose in life.
Dr. David Bulla has been named assistant editor of Journalism History, the oldest mass communication scholarly journal in the world.
A group of Augusta University students want to educate you about colorectal cancer. Your job, decide which student created the best video to make their goal a reality.
Daniel C. Roberts, account executive in Edelman's New York Corporate & Public Affairs practice, will present "College to the Capitol: Using What You Learn Outside the Classroom to Land Your Dream Job"
The Cinema Series at Augusta University will honor the life and legacy of Henrietta Lacks with two separate screenings of "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" on Wednesday, Jan. 17.
In 2015, when it dawned on us that watching new Star Wars movies would soon become a holiday tradition, we thought to ourselves: What can we learn from the story behind the stories we love? First published in Dec. 2015, this article, written by a...
The future of journalism may be uncertain, but its history is in good hands.
Over the summer, Todd Bennett, assistant professor of Communication, flew to Peru to document the mission of Dr. Daron Ferris, students from the Medical College of Georgia, and volunteers from CerviCusco, a humanitarian NGO. Their goal, to combat...
Dr. David Bulla and Dr. Debra van Tuyll won Awards of Excellence for research at the 25th Symposium on the 19th Century Press, the Civil War, and Free Expression.
When the world-renowned indie rock band Luna needed a music video for their song “Friends,“ they called on Emmy-nominated filmmaker and Augusta University Communication Professor Matthew Buzzell to direct the project. Buzzell’s relationship with...
A class project turning students into filmmakers shows how powerful partnerships can be.
For one week in December of 1997, French Photographer Sophie Calle photographed and ate nothing but color-coded foods. The challenge, a so-called “Double Game,” was to place herself in the role of a character from Paul Auster’s 1992 novel “Leviathan...