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Welcome to Jagwire

Jagwire is a state-of-the-art, comprehensive news and information resource produced by the Division of Communications and Marketing.

Developed in response to a growing demand for daily content from both the university and health system, Jagwire is your one-stop shop for everything news at Georgia Regents University, soon to be Augusta University.

Want to know what’s new on our campuses? We’ve got you covered. What about the latest happenings from the world of health care? Not a problem.

Events? Stories? Breaking news? Jagwire has it all.

In addition, Jagwire also provides you with valuable employee resources, including the latest information on benefits and training opportunities as well as calendars tailored to your area of expertise.

Ready to get started? Take a moment to view the simple instructional video below, or explore on your own by clicking anywhere on the blue Jagwire banner above.

And before you go, take a second to bookmark our site on your desktop or mobile device or follow @AUG_JAGWIRE on Twitter.  That way, you’ll always be able to find the news you want, when you want it.

You spoke, and we listened. The future of workplace news is here.

Sincerely,

The Division of Communications and Marketing

Get ready to Get Wired

Why should you get your work news only on a Wednesday? And in an email, no less.

Don’t you get enough of those? Don’t we all?

Isn’t it time for something better?

We think so.

That’s why on Oct. 1, the Division of Communications and Marketing is changing the way you see your workplace news – forever.

You spoke, and we listened. Weekly newsletters aren’t cutting it. You’re busy – we’re busy – and to keep up with a fast-paced workplace, we need our news to move at the speed of, well, news.

Jagwire is our answer.

Stay tuned to GReport between now and Oct. 1 to learn more about the future of university and health system news and to find out what Jagwire can do for you.

In the meantime, stay the course, colleagues, and get ready to #GetWired.