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Visiting scholars bring international experience to Augusta University

“Being one of the first professors invited to Augusta University as part of the Faculty Inclusive Excellence Visiting Scholar program was a terrific experience,” Diego Cuadros, PhD said.

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Masters to host job expos for 2023 tournament at Augusta University

For those who want to work at the Masters, this is the opportunity for you. Augusta National Golf Club will host two job expos for all students, alumni, faculty and staff to learn about opportunities to work during the tournament.

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Augusta University kicks off Faculty Inclusive Excellence Initiative’s Visiting Scholars program

“We want our students, faculty and members of the surrounding community to have opportunities to work and learn from individuals from various backgrounds," said Dr. Michelle Johnson, coordinator of the Visiting Scholars Program.

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New ROTC leader looks to continue program’s momentum 

“We’re taking that foundation and going to the next level in terms of cadet involvement in the community, retention, and growing the program in terms of the number of cadets we commission.”