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During the Junior Model United Nations program at the Georgia Cyber Center, 140 participants from 10 middle schools in Georgia will face a zombie pandemic threatening the world.
Come meet the faculty of Department of Social Sciences on March 3 in Allgood Hall to explore the variety of classes and programs, play games, eat pizza and possibly win some prizes.
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 is honoring integrity during their second annual Values Week on Friday, Nov. 15. Davon Hill, a senior sociology student, gave an inside look at his journey with the word integrity.
Cadet Summer Training, which is the largest training operation for the United States Army, trains more than 10,000 ROTC cadets from universities across the nation.
Augusta University’s Department of Social Sciences and Columbia County Sheriff’s Office are creating an outdoor crime scene on the Summerville Campus.
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.
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.
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.
Augusta University’s Academic Success Center will celebrate National Transfer Student Week to build awareness about the transfer student experience and their needs within the university.
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.
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.
Former mayor of Augusta Deke Copenhaver is coming to Augusta University to discuss his new book, "The Change Maker," as part of the Town and Gown series.
The Master of Public Administration program at Augusta University is hosting the MPA Career Panel on Oct. 1.
Drs. William Hatcher and Augustine Hammond received the 2018 Best Paper Award from the Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs for their recent article.
In Georgia, undocumented students are banned from attending the state’s top five publicly funded universities and they cannot qualify to receive in-state tuition to the other public colleges in Georgia. Their struggle is real.
"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.
Augusta University experts are ready to talk FaceApp, Democratic presidential candidates and more.