Tag - Gretchen Caughman

Ergul named Regents Professor

Dr. Adviye Ergul, a vascular physiologist and a prolific stroke researcher at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, has been named a Regents Professor by the University System of Georgia. Regents Professorships honor full-time...

Cyber announcement exciting for University

On Wednesday, Jan. 11, Gov. Nathan Deal announced the creation of the Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center, a $50 million state-owned facility located adjacent to the Augusta University Riverfront Campus that will combine expertise in...

Cyber Institute ribbon-cutting: In pictures

At a ribbon-cutting event on Friday, Sept. 16, Augusta University’s new Cyber Institute facility was formally introduced to the community. The facility provides almost 9,000-square-feet of dedicated space in University Hall, including a state-of-the...

Provost Perspective: Collegiality and involvement

Every year at Freshman Convocation – one of my favorite events of the academic year – the incoming class is assigned one of our core institutional values as a theme. For the Class of 2020, that value is inclusivity. I think this ritual is beneficial...

Secret Lives: Gretchen Caughman

Day job: Provost, Executive Vice President For Academic Affairs Secret life: Quilt Maker Dr. Gretchen Caughman has been defying expectations since she was a graduate student at the Medical University of South Carolina, when she applied for – and won...

Freshman Convocation: In pictures

Freshman Convocation welcomed the class of 2020 with a greeting from President Brooks Keel, a keynote address by Distinguished Alum Dr. Simona Murph, the traditional class photo and an informal reception with professors.

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