Designing Innovation

A team of instructional innovators helps engineer success for students and instructors alike.

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

Latest Articles

The First Domino

A new College of Science and Mathematics building makes a lot of things possible.

Secret Lives

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Secret Lives: Art Rahn

Carving Out a Niche When Dr. Art Rahn embarked on a dental career, he realized that, in a sense, he’d been practicing his craft since childhood. True, he was a novice at working on teeth when he enrolled in dental...

In the Field

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3 Qs: Nancy Young

Dr. Nancy Young, who recently succeeded Dr. Carole Hanes as assistant dean for student affairs, reflects on her unique approach to her new role based on her multi-faceted and second-career perspective. 1. What in your...

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Eye on Campus

Answers Along the Way

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Answers Along the Way: Best Fit Possible

Dr. Fred Rueggeberg,  a professor in the Department of Restorative Services with a joint appointment in the Graduate School, earned his dental degree from Emory University in 1979 and a master’s degree in dental...

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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: