Thirty in Three

When you’re interviewing to be a university dean, especially a computer and cyber sciences dean at a place 'Fortune' has identified as one of the contenders to be the world’s cybersecurity capital, everyone expects you to be bold.

A Night to Remember

Over 500 guests filled the Augusta Marriott Ballroom April 26 for the DCG’s “50 Years of Building Smiles Celebration.” Highlights included a reception sponsored by the Georgia Dental Association, attended by former Deans David Myer and Brad Potter, as well as founding Dean Judson C. Hickey’s widow...

A Better Metabolic Path

Obesity is not an identity, it’s a disease, say the doctors who treat it.

Swimming with Sharks

A little scary and a lot of work: Augusta University physical therapy students dive into the shark tank and come out stronger

Georgia’s Opioid Crisis

Georgia’s Opioid crisis is devastating, and it could get a whole lot worse. Augusta University researchers are doing what they can to prepare.

Latest Articles

Research: Capturing Motion, Releasing Hope

The problem they were addressing is a common one for Parkinson’s patients, who are often sent home to continue self-guided physical therapy regimens without knowledgeable caregivers able to evaluate their performance...

Coffee With: Dr. Tom Clark

With 32 years in the Army and five years as a contractor with General Dynamics, Dr. Tom Clark, executive director of the Fort Gordon Alliance, calls his current job his most rewarding.

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VIP Path

The easiest way to describe Dan Petersen, a second-year DCG student, is to explain that his recent cross-country bike ride from the Atlantic to the Pacific is not the most intriguing part of his story.

Loss Equals Gain

Life experience leads new graduate to rural Georgia Dr. Caylor Johnson, ’19, had the childhood of her dreams in tiny Mountville, Georgia, where she and her family lived on a couple acres of land and her closest neighbor...

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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...

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Out of the Lab: Solving the Puzzle

Getting the proper care and services to evacuees during a natural disaster can be as frustrating as trying to put together a puzzle, but the solution developed by a team of six innovators during a 48-hour “hackathon” in...


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