The Department of Social Sciences has developed an entirely new set of courses that deal with current issues relating to race, politics and the impact of COVID-19 around the world.
On March 30, Augusta University’s Master of Publication Administration program will host a conversation with Dr. Donald F. Kettl for the spring Town and Gown.
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While law enforcement agencies throughout the United States are under increased public scrutiny in 2020, two professors at Augusta University looked at the global perceptions of police versus citizen satisfaction on a local level.
Augusta University's Interdisciplinary Simulation Center safely provided students in the Bachelor of Social Work program with the necessary in-person training during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Augusta University's Master of Arts in Intelligence and Security Studies is proud to launch an “Intelligence and National Security Virtual Forum” this week as part of a new speaker series for the graduate program.
This month, Career Services is cosponsoring two virtual events for the benefit of students interested in public service and law programs.
As political pundits are describing the 2020 election as one of the most pivotal elections in decades, Dr. Kathleen Hale, a professor of political science at Auburn University, will hold a discussion with faculty and students at Augusta University...
The new Certificate of Legal Studies is specifically designed to help prepare students for careers in the legal profession.
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.
Augusta University expert shares insight on the rise of women of color in political power.
Terrorism expert Dr. Craig Albert weighs in on the decision to overturn the death sentence in death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
American politics expert Dr. Mary-Kate Lizotte weighs in on who could be Biden's choice for a running mate.
"Relational Inequalities: An Organizational Approach," a book written by Dr. Dustin Avent-Holt, an associate professor of sociology, has won two national awards by the American Sociology Association.
Need an expert to explain the Supreme Court's decision regarding the Electoral College? Dr. Craig Albert is here to help.
Recognizing the power of nonprofit organizations, Augusta University’s Department of Social Sciences is pleased to introduce a new Bachelor of Arts degree in Nonprofit Leadership and Administration.
Will Joe Biden choose a black female for his running mate? Augusta University professor weighs in.
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As she prepares to retire as dean of Pamplin College and move to Olympia, Washington, to be closer to her family, Dr. Elna Green looks back at her three years at Augusta University.
How can protests shape America's politics? An Augusta University sociologist provides insight.