3 Qs: Ed Tarver

Ed Tarver (BA ’81) recently returned to the private sector and is doing what he knows best: helping others.

From The Wire

A Giving Story Mentor, philanthropist, community leader, volunteer. These are just a few of the words used to describe M. Bert Storey — a man who gave freely of himself and whose legacy is large and far-reaching. Up...

Eye on Campus: Ringing through the years

Almost 100 years ago, Augusta University was known as the Junior College of Augusta and shared a building with the Academy of Richmond County. In 1955, though, everything changed when the Arsenal up the hill was...

Winston’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Written by Emily Lacey • Illustrated by Kris Black Winston didn’t sleep well last night. After the last in a series of arguments, he broke up with his girlfriend, and she angrily moved out. Winston checks the news...

Cyberattacks Across the Decades

Say the word “cyberattack” and, for most of us, a few come immediately to mind: Equifax, Yahoo, Sony, etc. They’re recent and they’re big. But cyber crime is as old as computers, and some of the biggest you might never...

First Look: Adaptability, Flexibility, Discipline

Joshua Massey was a 16-year-old awaiting a driving test at the Department of Motor Vehicles when the television set in the waiting room began broadcasting live footage of planes crashing into the World Trade Center. The...

Impact on Georgia: ‘Our Aim is to Help’

A father-and-son pair of dentists have cut an exceptionally wide swath of service in Georgia. Dr. Edmond Franklin (’78) has so enjoyed his career — hanging his shingle as the sole African American dentist in Burke...

Answers Along the Way: Bob Shiflett

Dr. Bob Shiflett (’92), who grew up on a farm in Cedartown, Georgia, was a teacher for 15 years before embarking on a dental career. He is still close with many DCG faculty, including Dr. Mike Pruett, in whose clinic he...

From the President: Winter 2019

One of our milestone achievements of 2018 strikes at the heart of a rising global health epidemic – cancer. The problem is especially acute in Georgia, where more than 80 counties exceed the national cancer death rate...

Through the Scope: A Perfect Storm

A picture might be worth a thousand words, but when Dr. Satish S.C. Rao, director of neurogastroenterology/motility and the Digestive Health Clinical Research Center at the Medical College of Georgia, saw a cellphone...

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.

The End of the Rainbow

Dedication to researching children’s health issues benefits the youngest among us In December 2018, the Children’s Hospital of Georgia wrapped up a year of celebrating its 20th anniversary. One of the unofficial...

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