The campus of Georgia Health Sciences University will be closed Monday, Jan. 16 in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
Scientists have found at least one instance when the smaller sibling gets to call the shots and cancer patients may one day benefit.
By Joey Warren, athletics media relations director, contributing writer ASU Wins Sportsmanship Award Augusta State Volleyball was named the recipient of the 2011 Volleyball Team Sportsmanship Award by the Peach Belt Conference. It marks the second time in the four-year history of the award program that ASU has been honored; the Jaguars previously claimed the … Continue reading Sports Nuggets
A memorial scholarship in honor of Catherine A. Barner has been awarded to Stephanie Punches, a freshman pre-nursing major, for spring semester 2012. “December 2011 marks the one-year anniversary of Cathy’s passing. The generous donations from Cathy’s friends on campus have made it possible for the committee to award the first scholarship,” says Bill English, … Continue reading Barner Memorial Scholarship awarded
John Groves, former director of student activities, passed away on December 20, 2011. Groves held the position of director for 35 years before retiring in 2004. His love for students and the university was exhibited through his service and dedication. He was instrumental in the development of student organizations, club sports, and all aspects of … Continue reading In Memoriam: John Groves
Simon Medcalfe, assistant professor in the Hull College of Business, received the 2012 McGraw-Hill/Irwin Distinguished Paper Award from the Southwest Case Research Association for his study A Downtown Stadium for the Augusta GreenJackets Baseball Team. “It is my hope that the information laid out in the case can be used by decision makers in the … Continue reading Medcalfe receives Distinguished Paper Award
The O’Neal and Murphy Allstate Insurance Agency has awarded Augusta State $500 for the university’s commitment to community service. Each year, the insurance agency hosts a Father and Daughter Gala, and the proceeds from that event are given to local non-profit organizations. According to Robert O’Neal, the agency’s co-founder, the organizations who receive these financial … Continue reading ASU receives gift from local insurance company
In recognition of outstanding job performance, Latasha Pugh was named Employee of the Year for Physical Plant, after being named the Employee of the Fourth Quarter. Pugh became a member of the ASU family in June 2008 and worked in building services on the Walton Way campus. She is the crew leader of the housekeeping … Continue reading Pugh named Physical Plant Employee of the Year
By Kim Gray, Grants Office, contributing writer Funding Available for Digital Humanities Institutes The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Office of Digital Humanities is seeking proposals for innovative digital humanities training programs for scholars and advanced graduate students. Applications are due by Tuesday, March 6, 2012. Note that NEH program officers will review and … Continue reading Grant news and updates