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If you have a story idea or achievement to share, the Augusta University Communications office is here for you.

Our expert team of writers can help craft and share your message with the entire university and health system community. Using a wide selection of communication channels, including websites, magazines, social media channels, news coverage and more, we seek to bring awareness to Augusta University's mission as a public research university and medical center dedicated to training the next generation of innovators, leaders and health care providers.


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Communications & Media Relations


1459 Laney Walker Blvd.,
Augusta, GA 30901

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For Augusta University Media

On deadline? Reporters can reach a member of the university media relations team 24 hours a day, seven days a week with our on-call number:

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How can we help you?

Our mission is to enhance the brand of Augusta University and leverage media and internal communications opportunities to advance our clinical, research and educational missions. We love to support our institutional partners’ implementation of their strategic initiatives through all communications and marketing activities. We look forward to collaborating with you to advance the mission of Augusta University!

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Calendar Guide

Any member of the Augusta University community can sign up and add events to the calendar.

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To receive a login to the university style guide, email

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For the Media

The Jagwire Newsroom is a resource for journalists covering Augusta University and AU Health.

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In the Wild Podcast

Don’t miss an episode by subscribing at Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google Play.

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Jagwire Events Weekly

Never miss another event! Every Monday, you’ll get a list sent directly to your inbox.

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Jag Mobile

Jag Mobile is a one-stop virtual location for all need-to-know information and a centralized resource for other apps. Download on the Apple Store or Google Play. 

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Jagwire News

Find the latest updates from Augusta University and AU Health. Submit your news today!

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Be in the know with Jagwire Weekly News, Weekly Health System Update and Real Keel.

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Training Resources

Find tools to help you use Poppulo, WordPress, tips for working with the media and more.

Promoting an event?

Our team is happy to support your event by providing graphic design support; sharing your event with local media; and advertising your event on the university’s news site, newsletters, app and social media accounts.  

 However, if you need help planning or coordinating your event, review the event planning resources provided by the Office of Protocol & Special Events. Note that Communications & Marketing does not manage or organize events for other units.

Jagwire News

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Visiting scholar discusses intersection between public health and anthropology

“I think it’s advantageous because we (anthropologists) look at health care in a holistic way. Many times those nontraditional students come in with a new creativity and new orientation, and that’s what’s desperately needed in public health and medicine,” said Eric Bailey, PhD, professor at East Carolina University.

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New office streamlines graduate admissions process at Augusta University

The new Graduate Admissions Operations office helps to ease the transition to graduate school, from admissions to graduation.

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In photos: Augusta University’s Lighting of the Tree

Augusta University held its annual Lighting of the Tree on Thursday, Nov. 30.

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The road to a MAISS degree hasn’t been a smooth journey for Augusta University grad student

“I always liked the political stories that happened and in different narratives in the theoretical and academic sense. The weight of political matters has always really interested me,” said Grantham Sandlin.

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