Recruiting Success

In the midst of a global pandemic, Augusta University's enrollment increased by 3.1 percent.

At a Place Called Tatooine…

“Our mission is to figure out how to work better inside of the world’s largest bureaucracy while fixing the problems of hardware and software — quickly — to support the mission," says Clay Moody, "director of Tatooine."

Roundtable: The Value of Augusta

"Earlier this year, I gave a speech in Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum, and I said I was from Augusta, Georgia," says Tom Patterson. "Somebody raised their hand and said, 'Of course you are — everybody...

On the Horizon: Reprogramming Gum Cells

A $1.8 million National Institutes of Health grant is supporting DCG researchers as they probe the relationship between aging and gum inflammation — and, crucially, how to head it off at the pass. The five-year grant...

Community Outreach: A Healthy Start

Dozens of Augusta-area youths received free dental care June 23, thanks to a DCG collaboration with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Augusta and Augusta Partnership for Children Inc. The event, funded by DCG’s...

A Man Ahead of His Time

In 1934, a faculty member and chair in the Medical College of Georgia’s then department of Anatomy was tapped as dean during a time of turmoil. But Dr. George Lombard Kelly, ’24, was used to rising to the occasion.

A Different Kind of Key

As society pushes the limits of technology, the battle between privacy and security is growing more intense. And the consequences are spilling out all over the headlines. In India, for example, widespread hysteria...

Greater Together

Two Spanish language professors — one a linguist, the other an expert in literature and translation — are enthusiastic if unlikely members of the James and Jean Culver Vision Discovery Institute (VDI), a group of...

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: