"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.
In her recent book, "Gender Differences in Public Opinion: Values and Political Consequences," Dr. Mary-Kate Lizotte offers an insightful study into how men and women vary in their policy positions and political attitudes.
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Augusta University experts share insight behind lockdown mandates.
Carolyn Cannon has been an employee of Augusta University for 25 years. This year, she and her son, Chris, are graduating together. She is fulfilling her dream of completing a Bachelor of Arts in History. He is completing a Master of Public...
Augusta University’s Master of Public Administration program was ranked as one of the top 150 Best Public Affairs Programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
Could former Vice President Joe Biden pick a woman of color to be his running mate? Political Science Professor Gregg Murray shares his insight.
Dr. Elizabeth Culatta, an assistant professor in the Department of Social Sciences at Augusta University, decided to reexamine the approach to her class on the Sociology of Health Care and help her students take a closer look at pandemics and the...
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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.