History with a Mission

Guardhouse Museum renovation breathes new life into an original Arsenal building.

Following the Frontline

Yearlong study of coronavirus in frontline workers underway Fifteen hundred frontline workers are being recruited for a yearlong study to find what percentage are positive for the virus that causes COVID-19, what percentage become positive and whether the antibodies they produce — naturally and in...

‘That’s Why I’m Here’: Faculty Member Exemplifies Resilience

Dr. Jacqueline Delash remembers, with a laugh, when lunch was the toughest part of her day. Delash (’15), an instructor in the Department of Restorative Sciences and the Dental College of Georgia’s 2020 Outstanding Young Alumna, was always a natural in her academic pursuits. She enjoyed studying...

A New Normal

Almost all aspects of DCG operations have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but Dean Carol A. Lefebvre has a very simple take-home message: “We’ll get through it. And we’ll get through it together.” Even before the virus prompted a nationwide shut-down last March, Lefebvre and her colleagues...

Looking Back on History

Augusta University Men's Golf celebrates the 10-year anniversary of its back-to-back national championships.

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Augusta Gives Back

Giving back is easy: Give online at augustagives.com; use #augustagives to help spread the word; and take a selfie and post it to #augustagives.

Eye on Campus

Answers Along the Way

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Dr. Neil MacKinnon

answers along the way Dr. Neil MacKinnon Not long after starting his job as provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, Dr. Neil MacKinnon embarked upon a listening tour of Augusta University’s 10...


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In Memoriam: July-December, 2021


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