The coronavirus image created by alumna Alissa Eckert earns a big win on the international design stage.
As in previous years, the Augusta University Department of Medical Illustration seeks topics on patient education assignments to create brochures.
The image she designed is everywhere, and so is she: Alissa Eckert (MSMI '06) is the most famous medical illustrator in the world.
Including spoken word, group ensembles, songs and free lunch, Noon Arts didn’t disappoint.
Open to the public, the lecture series is currently accepting lecturers who enjoy researching the historical aspects of the health sciences and want to share with others remarkable moments from the past.
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.
Bill Andrews, chair of Medical Illustration at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, was recently awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award.
There once was a girl named Joan who was about to eat dinner at home. Her face was quite glum. I hate milk, she said with a groan. At eight o’clock in walked her Dad. Drink your milk, Joan, or I will be mad. Milk keeps your bones strong and...
The Department of Medical Illustration will put its graduates’ talent on display at the Class of 2016 Masters Project Showcase on Thursday, May 12, from 2-4 p.m. in Pavilion III, Room CJ 1106. Students enrolled in the Medical Illustration Graduate...
In 2005, Cheryl Goldsleger, Augusta University’s William S. Morris Eminent Scholar in Art, had an exhibition at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington. When she returned for another exhibition in 2013, the academy had started a program...