Operation Imperative

New Rural Surgery Initiative aims to meet a vital need to improve care in communities For Dr. Steven Holsten, trauma surgeon and general surgery residency program director at the Medical College of Georgia, the idea of...

Only Doc in Town

Dr. Scott Bohlke, ’92 gives new meaning to “home” run The office doesn’t open for 20 minutes, but there’s already a small crowd waiting outside Bohler Family Practice in Brooklet, Georgia, to see Dr...

In Place: Augusta’s Secular Holy Place

When Sacred Heart Catholic Church was officially dedicated on Dec. 2, 1900, it was called “the handsomest new church in Georgia” and for good reason. The twin-spired Victorian Romanesque church was immediately...

Dispatch From: Shanghai, China

After eight years as an expatriate, first in Switzerland and then in Taipei, Taiwan (with a stint in Chicago along the way), Kathy van Wilgenburg (BBA ’87) found the transition to Shanghai three years ago fairly easy...

‘Melody is the Engine that Makes it Go’

For Distinguished Alum and composer Mark Swanson, melody is the engine that drives a musical forward. But when you’re teaming up with an esteemed director, the retired professor who helped a former writer in residence...

From the Wire: A. Spring 2019

Prestigious NSA recognition for cyber security In March 2017, School of Computer and Cyber Sciences and Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences professor Dr. John “Jay” Heslen received a $284,434 grant...

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