Since beginning in 2018, the Master of Arts in Intelligence and Security Studies (MAISS) program at Augusta University has become one of the fastest growing graduate programs at Augusta University.
Terrorism expert Dr. Craig Albert weighs in on the decision to overturn the death sentence in death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Foreign policy expert Dr. Craig Albert shares what you need to know about the U.S.-Taliban peace deal.
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.
With the possibility of cyberattacks always looming around the world, Dr. Craig Albert, director of the Master of Arts in Intelligence and Security Studies, will discuss state-sponsored cyberattacks at the Military and Veteran Services’ professional...
Augusta University experts are available to comment on issues relating to the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, cybersecurity and election meddling, the importance of ballot design, neuropolitics, and physical bias against female...
President Trump’s rhetoric on the intelligence community and hesitancy to hold Russia accountable influences countries, such as China, to also try meddling in U.S. elections.
Russia is taking fake news a step farther. The newest trend is creating a false persona to push fake news on U.S. news organizations.
Professors in three AU colleges collaborate to write book chapter.
Dr. Craig Albert, director of the master of arts in intelligence and security studies, welcomes the program's first cohort.
One of Augusta University’s newest degree programs, the Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Studies, is set to graduate its first students during Friday’s Spring Commencement ceremony.
The Political Science department and the Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice and Social Work have consolidated into the Department of Social Sciences.
Augusta University is launching a new degree program to teach students how to fight a cyberwar and combat terrorism through intelligence gathering and policymaking.
Augusta University has announced a new master’s program to help build the cybersecurity workforce.