Alone in the Woods

On race days, Lara Way has her shoes on before the sun comes up. Hundreds of five o’clock starts at the Augusta Canal have led her to this moment. Hundreds more will follow.

Secret Lives: Wes Kisting

Day job: Associate Dean, Pamplin College Secret life: Transformer builder   Dr. Wes Kisting understands the concept of transformation well. After twice paddling hundreds of miles down the Mississippi River, he has...

Through the Lens: A. Spring 2018

President’s Gala This year’s President’s Gala celebrated Augusta University’s athletics program and our exceptional student-athletes. Thanks to the generosity of the community and supporters of AU, this year’s...

In Memoriam: A. Spring 2018

Allan Aldridge (BBA ’70) George Batayias (MD ’60) John Bigger (MD ’60) Faith Brown (MS ’55) Yvonne Brown (BA ’94) Perry Busbee (MD ’51) Caren Chaknis (MD ’92) Thomas Cochran (MD ’71) Sheldon Cohen (MD ’51) Pamela...

Value Added: Wellons’ Story

The words no parent wants to hear were spoken more than 30 years ago: “Your child has cancer.” For the next several years, Elizabeth and Dudley Jervey focused solely on the fight for their daughter’s life. It was almost...

Analyzing DNA

So I’m sitting in the office of Dr. Candace Griffith, assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Social Work, and we’re talking about the use and accuracy of DNA evidence in criminal...

Dissecting Fear

Talking to Pam Chinnery feels like catching up with an old friend.  She’s one of those people who can make you feel like you’ve known each other forever even if you’ve had only one conversation.

For nearly 200 years, Augusta University and its legacy institutions have been centers of learning and drivers of discovery and innovation in Augusta, the state of Georgia and beyond. Our community of alumni, students, faculty and friends are amazing people living incredible lives and making invaluable contributions to our world.

We are pleased to publish four magazines in which we get to tell their stories: