Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, offers a weekly address to keep the campus community informed about COVID-19 news and updates.
“It is an honor to receive this award. Working at the only nurse midwifery practice in the CSRA, Augusta University offers the unique opportunity to combine my passions both as a clinician and an educator."
The app normally costs $12.99 per month, and offers over 1,000 hours of mindfulness and sleep content.
The week is a way to highlight and celebrate the behind-the-scenes work of health care simulation.
The goal of the workshop is to educate and empower graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and early-career researchers and faculty members with emerging statistical methods to address the complex data arising from various fields, including from...
This year’s service projects include a mix of virtual and in-person opportunities that offer options for all volunteers’ interests and schedules.
“My goal is that each person improves, has fun, fully commits to their academic obligations and that we compete to the best of our ability," said Coach Adam Ward.
Of the 134 suicide deaths in Richmond County between 2016 and 2020, 102 were men and 32 were women.
The Student Advisory Council, managed by the Division of Enrollment and Student Affairs, encourages students to be engaged and responsible contributors in their campus, local and global communities.
Human Resources is accepting nominations for its inaugural Professional’s Program, which is intended for aspiring leaders within Augusta University and AU Health. This program is designed to promote professional and personal growth for early-career...
Augusta University Health has partnered with Georgia Department of Public Health to increase COVID-19 testing capacity with additional testing days and hours of operation.
The Augusta University community is encouraged to participate in this year’s Paceline bicycle ride on Oct. 16. Since 2019, the Paceline organization has hosted this ride as a way to engage the Augusta community in the fight to end cancer. Funds...
To encourage COVID-19 vaccination, the University System of Georgia is providing employees with eight additional hours of administrative leave.
“If you’re vaccinated, there’s less than 1% chance that you will be on a ventilator or that you will die from this virus. So, I encourage everyone to get vaccinated. It could save your life.”
“I’m thrilled to be launching this new initiative, which will hopefully demystify careers in university administration, with the aim to help to grow our next generation of university leaders right here at AU,” MacKinnon said.
Augusta University's MPA graduates enjoy careers in city and county administration, public safety, emergency management, economic development, human resources, planning and higher education.
Augusta University has made America’s Best in State Employers list for the third year in a row, the only employer in Augusta to make the list.
Dr. Russell Keen, an administrator with more than 20 years’ experience in higher education, has been named executive vice president for administration and chief of staff to Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, Ph.D.
As many communities across the nation struggle to combat COVID-19, the Athens Free Clinic – sponsored by the Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership – has administered 3,700 vaccine shots to residents in the underserved...
Augusta University has worked to address vaccine hesitancy and battle misconceptions and myths related to the vaccine. But we still need more of Jaguar Nation to be vaccinated to get back to the campus we’re accustomed to experiencing.