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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.
Drs. William Hatcher and Augustine Hammond received the 2018 Best Paper Award from the Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs for their recent article.
Augusta University is celebrating Constitution Day with a keynote address by Dr. Elna Green and voter registration.
Atlanta-based artist Bojana Ginn's work is comprised of natural fibers and new media that seeks to connect the technological and natural worlds. Her solo exhibition premieres at the Mary S. Byrd Gallery of Art on Thursday, Sept. 19.
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.
The tradition of bringing world-class musical performances to Augusta University continues during the 2019-20 Harry Jacobs Concert Series, beginning with the Carolina Brass on Sept. 13.
The lunchtime concert series has been a tradition since 2001 where students, faculty and staff come together to showcase their range of artistic talents.
Four Augusta University Writing Center consultants presented original research at professional conferences this year.
"There are studies that show America being a very violent country, and I use this class to help students look at all of the societal reasons that contribute to our nation's murder rates," said Dr. Kim Davies.
New student Britton Hill transferred to Augusta University from Georgia College & State University after learning about the exciting new animation courses this fall.
Kirstyn Harris, a senior at Augusta University, has been working on a painting of a bufflehead duck for months to enter in the highly competitive Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest this September.