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.
Augusta University has more than 80 experts on hand to discuss a variety of topics, from health care to politics and beyond.
Access to the internet is often viewed as a positive feature for communities, but could higher levels of internet connectivity impact the mental health of a community? Dr. William Hatcher, director of Augusta University's Master of Public...
Take a look at what's happening at Augusta University this week.
After seeing the high rate of child abuse in local counties, one Augusta University assistant professor and a team at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia are determined to help prevent children from being abused throughout the Augusta area.
The exhibition tells the story of reformers who changed the medical profession and dramatically improved services to survivors of domestic violence in the late 20th century.
Take a look at what's happening at Augusta University next week.
Over 70 people attended the annual Spring Faculty Assembly to celebrate outstanding faculty members from various colleges across campus.
A new partnership merges public service and immigration studies to help and support the community on important issues like reducing gun violence.
During a recent project created by the California collective art group Related Tactics, students at Augusta University discovered the hidden influences on library shelves.
Three faculty members will be spending their summer using grant money for their research.
Augusta University’s Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences is excited to celebrate the recent publication of research conducted by two faculty members and a master's student.
The Council for the Association for Politics and the Life Sciences has voted to designate Dr. Gregg Murray as editor-in-chief for the Cambridge University Press journal "Politics and the Life Sciences."
Catherine Hardy has always dreamed of opening and operating her own animal shelter. The Nonprofit Leadership Certificate puts her one step closer to realizing that dream.
In its third year, Pause for Paws gives students a break from studying for their finals while helping rescue dogs find a new home.
Who was Caught in the Act of Great Teaching? These professors were!