Many of us remain in awe of IT professionals and their magical powers to “fix the Internet” or retrieve lost emails. We live in the most digital and computerized age ever and we have IT professionals to thank for that.
The lunchtime concert series has been a tradition since 2001 where students, faculty and staff come together to showcase their range of artistic talents.
The sidewalk between the Greenblatt Library and Kelly Administration Building will be getting a facelift over the next five weeks beginning June 17.
IT continues improvements with new leadership addition.
Yvonne Turner has been named interim executive vice president for finance.
Report any suspicious activity to the 24/7/365 Cybersecurity Hotline 706-721-SAFE.
Don't miss the last Noon Arts of the semester.
Augusta University’s information security team is launching two changes to help ensure the security of patient, student and employee data.
This year’s hearings hosted a total of 32 presentations, 300 attendees and approximately 66 webcast viewers. Read more about the hearings here.
All power has been restored to the Jennings, Shepeard and Greenblatt buildings.
Take action NOW as Augusta University begins a new email archive process. Learn more with a town hall, training and an FAQ.
Millions of older emails will be safely archived in order to better protect sensitive information in employee and student email accounts.
Including spoken word, group ensembles, songs and free lunch, Noon Arts didn’t disappoint.
Watch faculty, staff and students show their talents at the Noon Arts: Live at the Lee concert.
Sponsored by the Dental College of Georgia and presented by the Augusta University Arts Council, the show included spoken word, Chinese instruments, singing and a performance from an upcoming show.
Augusta University students awarded nine of 50 Department of Defense scholarships given nationwide.
IT continues improvements to meet enterprise technological needs.
The Division of Information Technology is restructuring its team to improve its services to Augusta University and AU Health.
Effective immediately, email access for devices that do not support two-factor authentication will be disabled.