“Augusta University is in a great season of growth and if we embrace diversity, equity and inclusion in a meaningful way, I am sure we can reach that 16X30 goal.”
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Join Augusta University in celebrating the life and legacy of civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Augusta University is hosting Come Out for Health Week to highlight the importance of sexuality in health.
Augusta University ranks among the best in the nation for health care equality.
Dr. Tiffany G. Townsend, a widely recognized leader in diversity and psychology, has been named chief diversity officer for Augusta University effective Sept. 1.
Actor and author Monti Washington spoke at the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration.
The annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration hosted by Augusta University, Paine College and Augusta Technical College to feature motivational speaker and actor Monti Washington.
Soon, Amma Sarfo will begin a journey that most everyone in her family has already undertaken. Her mother. Her father. Her brother and older sisters before her.
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To better prepare students to live and work in a diverse global society, the Division of Enrollment and Student Affairs is taking steps to promote diversity, multiculturalism and inclusion on campus.
Dean Lucy N. Marion of the Augusta University College of Nursing has announced the appointment of Jessica Dillard-Wright as director of diversity and inclusion for the college.
Augusta University has partnered with Paine College and the Columbia County Library to host three events to celebrate the legacy of Henrietta Lacks.
Educator and Civil Rights Activist Dr. Cleveland L. Sellers, Jr. will be the keynote speaker for the 2018 Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Celebration on Jan. 12.
Augusta University has received two prestigious national awards recognizing its commitment to diversity and inclusion from the oldest higher education, diversity-focused publication.
Finals Frenzy event offered an opportunity to learn more about what other countries, cultures and people celebrate around this time of year.
The university is hosting its Finals Frenzy all around campus with different events and activities to partake in.
Georgia ranks among the top 15 states in the nation for the number of murders committed by men against women, according to data released by the Violence Policy Center Annual Report. Of those murders, most stem from domestic violence. Even so, fewer...
Augusta University’s Safe Zone is providing a three-module, online training program including language, identity and stereotypes of privilege.
IE Week is an opportunity for students to celebrate the benefits of international education.