Augusta University officials said Thursday that they might join other colleges in banning hoverboards, the popular motorized scooters that have been blamed nationwide for a series of unexpected fires.
Fifteen green way-finding signs that direct motorists to Augusta University were replaced last month to reflect the school's new name, city officials said.
When Maj. Scott Grogan was deployed in Afghanistan, the nearest forward aid station had ultrasound imaging equipment. “But nobody was trained to use it,” he said.
Augusta University got its current name and a new president this year.
The school went into 2015 on probation from an accrediting body. It ended the year seeking donations from the community and alumni to help pay the salaries of some employees.
Augusta University on Monday announced plans to honor former Jaguar baseball player Shannon Johnson, who died earlier this month in the San Bernardino terrorist attacks.
Once a homeless high school dropout, Leslie Dodson is now a Navy veteran and on Saturday became one of the first to proudly say she is a graduate of Augusta University.
Sitting at a piano, recalling lessons she learned as a girl more than 50 years ago, is helping Linda Byrd deal with her recovery from ovarian cancer.
AU spokeswoman Christen Carter said the university has completed on-campus interviews with three experienced lawmen and is in the process of scheduling final interviews.
In his first town hall, President Brooks Keel and his senior leadership fielded questions about moving the college and the No. 1 concern of faculty, staff and students: parking.
A Hephzibah businessman repeatedly shocked with a Taser by former Augusta University officer Wesley Martin has settled his civil lawsuit involving Martin and the school's former chief of police.
It will be a series of firsts this week for Augusta University President Brooks Keel, from his first townhall to the first commencement for the newly renamed university.
Richmond County sheriff's Lt. Allan Rollins confirmed investigators were called to assist with the investigation after an officer at the college fired his weapon during a suspected theft Thursday ...
Cybersecurity and even a “cyber village” involving Sibley Mill could be potential future strengths for Augusta University, President Brooks Keel said.
As part of the university's observation of World AIDS Day, the Ryan White Outreach Team at AU provided dozens of students with the rapid test, which can deliver results in about 20 minutes.
Dr. Susan Winsor will retire effective July 1, according to a statement from the school.
For many women in Georgia, the options for where to give birth have been dwindling rapidly as more hospitals close labor and delivery units or shut down altogether, particularly in rural areas.
The Association of American Medical Colleges predicts there will be a shortage of 46,000 to 90,000 physicians in 2025.
Georgia and Texas have greatly increased their medical school enrollments and are looking at creative strategies to increase residencies as a way of keeping those newly minted doctors to practice ...
Dr. J. Michael McGinnis, now Senior Scholar at the National Academy of Medicine, spoke Thursday at the strategic planning retreat for Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University.