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Black History Months brings new events to Augusta University

Augusta University will host events throughout February to honor our country’s African American heritage.

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$1.1 million Department of Defense grant supports Augusta University research linking prostate cancer and cardiovascular diseases

The Department of Defense has awarded Avirup Guha, MBBS, with a $1.1 million budget over the course of four years for his study. 

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New assistant dean sees great potential for growth at Augusta University, The Graduate School

Elena Dent, PhD will also serve as the First Year Program Director for the Biomedical Sciences PhD Program.

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MacKinnon announces new Provost’s Learning Scholars Program

“It is important for faculty members to continue to develop their craft, and by encouraging these intentional interactions, we can help Augusta University continue to evolve with the changing landscapes of higher education,” said Provost Neil J. MacKinnon, PhD.