Since 1995, October has served as national LGBT History Month, and this year, Augusta University is putting a strong focus on the health and wellness component of LGBT history with a series of “Come Out for Health” events.
Augusta University has more than 80 experts available to discuss a wide variety of topics. Here are some trending stories on diversity to consider this week.
Learn how slavery impacted today's gynecological practices.
The first African-American students who attended Augusta College began in the fall of 1966 and they opened the door for other minorities to have the same educational opportunities.
What was it like to be a closeted gay man in the the macho world of the NFL?
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.
The Creative Writing Program at Augusta University will celebrate African American stories and writers during the 2018 Writer's Weekend.
The American Society of Hematology will honor Dr. Betty S. Pace, interim chief of the Division of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, with its inaugural Award for Leadership in Promoting Diversity...
Employees with faculty appointments and/or leadership or supervisory positions are eligible to apply for the Diversity and Inclusion fellowship, a 12-13 week commitment beginning in September that will guide fellows toward a better understanding of...