Augusta University, the Medical College of Georgia and The Dental College of Georgia are pleased to announce the spring semester's outstanding faculty award recipients and acknowledge faculty members who are retiring.
After serving seven years as dean of The Graduate School, Dr. Mitchell Watsky plans to return to the faculty effective July 1.
A species of a lipid that naturally helps skin injuries heal appears to also aid repair of common corneal injuries, even when other conditions, like diabetes, make healing difficult, scientists report.
Augusta University has announced the recipients of the 2020 Distinguished Alumni and Outstanding Young Alumni awards. The winners will be formally recognized during the university’s Alumni Weekend, April 24-26.
Augusta University's College of Education student Randy LaMons and his former classmate are helping future college freshmen with $500 scholarships through their new Be the Change Foundation.
The Board of Regents voted unanimously to approve the introduction of a new master's degree in computer science, the second graduate level program offered through the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences.
Linah Shahoumi and Mohamed Meghil are completing the PhD in Oral Biology & Maxillofacial Pathology program.
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.
Bird became interested in funding childhood cancer research as it only represents a small fraction of the funds raised to fight cancer. She has a personal reason to do so as well.
Drs. William Hatcher and Augustine Hammond received the 2018 Best Paper Award from the Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs for their recent article.
As a dentist, Shahoumi has an interest in oral cancers, which inspired her to do this research. She hopes this research could lead to designing a drug that could target specific cancer cells.
Earning a master's in kinesiology just got easier with the new online degree program from the Augusta University College of Education.
The Augusta University Faculty Club has announced the 2019 Augusta University Faculty Club Scholarship winners.
Don't miss the last Noon Arts of the semester.
Graduates presented their projects on Graduate Research Day on April 1 and 2.
Dr. J. Aaron Johnson has been named director of the Institute of Public and Preventive Health, where he has served as interim director since 2017.
After competing against a nationwide pool of doctoral students, three students in the Vascular Biology Center were awarded 2019 AHA Predoctoral Fellowship Grants.
Graduate student's Capstone Project exploring whether there is a connection between emergency room visits for mental health and daylight saving time is published.
Including spoken word, group ensembles, songs and free lunch, Noon Arts didn’t disappoint.
Watch faculty, staff and students show their talents at the Noon Arts: Live at the Lee concert.