On Wednesday, Jan. 15, the Office of First and Second Year Experiences recognized freshmen and sophomores who made the Dean’s List.
NPR contributor and award-winning adventure novelist Peter Heller will be the keynote speaker at Augusta University’s Writers Weekend on Jan. 24-25.
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.
Augusta University’s Department of Social Sciences and Columbia County Sheriff’s Office created an outdoor crime scene on the Summerville Campus.
Augusta University’s Arts Council hosted its second Noon Arts concert of the semester on Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Cheryl Goldsleger, Augusta University’s Morris Eminent Scholar in Art, was honored to have her artwork included during the 2019 Venice Biennale.
Augusta University is celebrating excellence on Wednesday, Nov. 13, during the second annual Values Week. Graduate student Mariah Clay opened up about her strive for excellence at the university.
Augusta University’s Arts Council is showcasing talent across the university at the upcoming Noon Arts: Live at the Lee concert on Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Is Grendel really a monster? From Nov. 7-10 at the Maxwell Theatre at Augusta University, Theatre AUG will present "Grendel" as adapted by Dr. Melanie Kitchens O'Meara and three of her students.
In a recently published article in The Pursuit Journal, members of Augusta University’s Department of Social Sciences explored the impact of body-worn cameras on the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office.
Jazz legend Houston Person will join Wycliffe Gordon, director of jazz studies at Augusta University, at the Maxwell Theatre for the Harris-Horizon Jazz Greats Series on Nov. 16.
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Augusta University’s Department of Social Sciences is hosting an impeachment panel from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, at the Washington Hall Towers.
Augusta University is hosting a walk to remember the victims and survivors of abuse.
The new Health, Society, and Policy degree from the Department of Social Sciences is preparing students for a career in the human service fields within the health industry.
During the 38th annual American Journalism Historians Association Convention this past week in Dallas, Dr. Debra van Tuyll of Augusta University accepted the 2019 Sidney Kobre Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Augusta University student and poet James Aaron Snow has organized "The Catacomb and Chrysalis of Poetry" on Oct. 5 as part of the Westobou festival. Several of the poets in the show have strong ties to Augusta University.
Art students enrolled in Augusta University art professor Brian Rust’s sculptural installation class will be creating their own public art in a variety of locations around the Summerville Campus.
Dr. Elna Green, dean of the Katherine Reese Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, gave her thoughts on women’s suffrage at Augusta University’s Constitution Day.
Antoinette Ramos and Cara Thompson have been accepted into the Title IV-E Child Welfare program. They will receive their tuition paid in full, along with books and fees, and a stipend in exchange for a year's commitment to working with Georgia DFCS.