Juju Chang, the Emmy Award-winning co-anchor of ABC News' "Nightline," will be the keynote speaker for an Augusta University event intended to raise awareness and educate the community about the history of anti-Asian hate in this country.
In response to the mass shooting this week in Atlanta, as well as recent violence across the nation targeting Asian Americans, Dr. Tiffany Townsend, chief diversity officer for Augusta University, shares an important message with the entire...
The seventh biennial Women's and Gender Studies Symposium will present "Engendering Emergencies: Gender Politics in Times of Crisis" on March 20 via Microsoft Teams.
Over the next year, Jagwire will present a series of stories addressing racial and ethnic health care disparities and the ways Augusta University and AU Health are working to help.
The survey results will be used to identify strengths and opportunities related to diversity, equity and inclusion for the entire campus community.
Barry Grosse has been named chief compliance officer and vice president for Audit, Compliance, Ethics and Risk Management at Augusta University.
Response rate jumps by 16% since 2017 engagement survey.
Dr. Tiffany Townsend has made a career out of turning action into results.
Faculty and staff at Augusta University will have the opportunity to address concerns at the upcoming listening session at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 26. The session will be virtual via Microsoft Teams.
Augusta University's Office of Diversity and Inclusion has several new programs to help support students and employees advance diversity, equity and inclusion throughout the AU community.
Provost Gretchen Caughman and President Brooks A. Keel welcomed faculty back to Augusta University.
Dr. Tiffany Townsend and Dr. Lindsey West discuss how the institution is preparing to become more inclusive and better allies to the diverse communities that make us JagNation.
“If we’re going to have a campus in which these incidents are less likely to happen, we have to make sure we heal our community relationships so there’s less fertile ground for those incidents to grow.”
Augusta University will host a virtual Lunch and Listening session at noon Thursday, June 18.
In response to the killings of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, Dr. Tiffany Townsend, chief diversity officer for Augusta University, shares an important message to the entire university community.
Need an expert for your story on protests and social injustice? Augusta University can help.
Augusta University experts available to share insight on COVID-19's impact on the African American community.
“Augusta University is in a great season of growth and if we embrace diversity, equity and inclusion in a meaningful way, I am sure we can reach that 16X30 goal.”
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College of Allied Health Sciences faculty appeared in 36 publications this past year and received $4.3 million in research funding.