The HUB will house four locally based nonprofits, including the Augusta University Literacy Center. “With this new building, her legacy will live on for years and years,” said Dr. Judi Wilson, dean of the College of Education.
“Things are beginning to normalize and stabilize,” Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel said during a recent town hall. “We are able to now get back to what we all want, and that’s a normal campus life and campus activity for our students...
Hull College of Business is committed to providing an engaging learning environment and educational experience to all students at Augusta University, regardless of the student's major. “We feel like we have a collaborative role here at Augusta...
Three Augusta University communication students have won Telly Awards for best social media video in the student category.
Drs. Debra and Hubert van Tuyll will retire in June after almost 30 years of teaching at Augusta University. They are looking forward to traveling and continuing their love of historic research.
Lt. Col. Jeffrey Keenan was present during last year’s United States Army’s National Commissioning Ceremony before he officially started his position as professor of military science at Augusta University. Now, he said he feels truly fortunate to...
“I think the best thing about MCG is the people,” Katrina Hazim said. “Not only my classmates, but all of the faculty, who have been there since Day One.”
More than 1,200 graduates celebrated their achievements along with their friends and families during two outdoor ceremonies at Lady A Pavilion.
Jomari Jackson, who hopes to attend the Dental College of Georgia in the fall to earn his Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry, decided he also needed to study businessto have a successful practice in the future.
Ghada Omer-Attia began her teaching career as a teen in Sudan and has been teaching language ever since. On May 13, she will receive her Doctor of Education in Educational Innovation at Augusta University.
Dr. Meredith Rausch said Emmanuel Anderson, even when it was challenging, met and exceeded every challenge he faced.
"She is the ideal student and will be an amazing nurse.”
Victor Piedra credits his parents for instilling a strong work ethic as well as providing plenty of love and support en route to his degree at Augusta University.
Senior Cassandra Govea will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in middle grades education from Augusta University's College of Education. Teaching has been her lifetime dream.
Alexandra Stanley is proudly graduating with a degree in cybersecurity after three short years at Augusta University. After graduation, she will begin her career at Fort Gordon.
After serving in the Army, Breeze Martinez turned to Augusta University to study social work. This week, Martinez is proudly graduating and has already been offered a job helping local children.
Hunter Kimball is proudly graduating this week from Augusta University. But that's not all: he was also an ROTC Scholarship Cadet, a Pamplin Ambassador and a leader on the men’s track and field team during his college career.
The first graduates of animation from the Department of Art and Design at Augusta University will proudly don their caps and gowns during Spring Commencement on May 13.
When Cason Roberts was diagnosed with soft tissue sarcoma in 2020, he and his family traveled from Valdosta, Georgia, for months of treatment at the Children's Hospital of Georgia. This year, Cason learned he is cancer-free.
Georgia Rehabilitation Institute granted $65,722 to Augusta University to expand the capabilities of the medical sculpture lab for the Department of Medical Illustration in the College of Allied Health Sciences.