Supported by the National Science Foundation, the workshop, “Emerging Data Science Methods for Complex Biomedical and Cyber Data,” will take place on March 26-27 at the Georgia Cyber Center.
Kim Toler, the first graduate of the Master of Arts in Intelligence and Security Studies program at Augusta University, also happens to be the daughter of Eric Toler, the executive director of the Georgia Cyber Center.
Augusta University is sharing the spirit of collegiality on Monday, Nov. 11, during the second annual Values Week.
“Cybersecurity is one of the fastest growing career fields in the world and it’s critically important that we help prepare girls for leadership in these areas,” said Sue Else, CEO of Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia.
While the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences may be a new school founded in 2017, computer science education at Augusta University has deep roots dating back to 1979.
This weekend, 10 cybersecurity college teams – including Augusta University – will be competing in the 2019 Southeastern Regional Collegiate Penetration Testing Competition at the Georgia Cyber Center.
Student Service Members Day is recognized on the first day of fall because the change in seasons symbolizes a time of transition, not unlike the one service members make from the military to the classroom.
Chamber town hall event will give members the opportunity to chat with new health system CEO Katrina Keefer.
The new faculty this fall are preparing for a wonderful first year at Augusta University.
Thirty-six rising high school juniors and seniors from as far north as New Jersey and Connecticut to students right here in our backyard were chosen to be a part of the 2019 GenCyber cohort.
Please note this important change in the Blue Route pickup location for shuttle riders going from the Health Sciences Campus to Summerville.
CSO Online lists Augusta as one of their Top 10 Global Cybersecurity Hubs of 2019.
Some Summerville lots will be closed and some shuttle routes will change during spring break.
Rallying around a cause he’s passionate about, one Augusta man joined a fundraising event for the Georgia Cancer Center to find his community.
Pioneers in the fields of big data analytics will speak at a workshop at the Georgia Cyber Center.
A new workshop hosted by the National Science Foundation and Augusta University's School of Computer and Cyber Sciences supports collaborations among students and researchers in the Southeast.
The year's top-10 Jagwire reader favorites highlight innovative and creative work from faculty, students, staff, researchers and clinicians.
President Brooks Keel and Dr. Gretchen Caughman welcomed faculty and staff back to campus at the 4th Annual Fall Kick-off
“There’s a need for greater talent and learning technology for the threat that is constantly changing,” said Calvin Rhodes, executive director of the Georgia Technology Authority and the state government’s chief information officer.
Augusta University was recently mentioned in Politico’s ‘Morning Cybersecurity.’