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Black History Month continues at Augusta University this week with two virtual events that will offer thought-provoking ideas and conversation.
This year’s homecoming will be held the week of Feb. 21 with the theme “The Take Off.” Plan your week with our schedule of events.
In recognition of Black History Month, Augusta University will host events throughout February in honor of our country’s African American heritage.
Augusta University is co-hosting the annual Tri-College MLK Jr. Celebration from noon to 2 p.m. Jan. 15. The event will be virtual this year, and livestreamed on YouTube and Facebook.
The start of a new semester means there are a ton of events to welcome our new and returning students.
Augusta University will present a virtual discussion with New York Times best-selling author Dr. Michele Harper as part of Values Week.
There's a talent show coming to campus. Augusta University's Multicultural Student Engagement and the university's Student Government Associations are bringing a Unity Talent Show Oct. 23.
Get engaged with Dr. Patrice Jackson, AVP of Student Affairs.
This week on "In the Wild," Title IX coordinator Michele Reed returns to the studio to discuss latest Title IX policies that became effective this semester.
This week, Dr. Garrett Green shares how current social injustice affects his work as Multicultural Student Engagement director, as well as events and programming initiatives for the fall.
In response to the killings of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, Dr. Tiffany Townsend, chief diversity officer for Augusta University, shares an important message to the entire university community.
This year's events include a tour of the National Center for Human and Civil Rights in Atlanta, a screening of the documentary Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am and more.
Augusta University ROTC and Military and Veteran Services is hosting a Walk to Remember at 10:45 a.m. Monday, Nov. 11, on the Summerville Campus.
Augusta University is hosting Come Out for Health Week to highlight the importance of sexuality in health.
Since 1995, October has served as national LGBT History Month, and this year, Augusta University is putting a strong focus on the health and wellness component of LGBT history with a series of “Come Out for Health” events.
“I am a liberal in a Fox house. The debating in my world never ends.”
Augusta University’s Multicultural Student Center officially opened its doors to students, faculty and staff on Sept. 17.
Next week at Augusta University, departments are expanding their efforts to offer students more resources to address their mental health needs and the institution holds Constitution Day to celebrate the anniversary of women’s suffrage.
Michelle Reed, AU’s Title IX coordinator, said the event is valuable for all students, from freshmen living on campus to seniors living off campus.