Social media allows individuals to create and participate in online communities. These
communities grant opportunities for individuals to share information, ideas, stories,
and engaging content such as photos and videos.
As an institution, Augusta University understands that social media plays a large
role in the lives of our students, alumni, faculty and staff. Our institutional values encourage members of the Augusta University family to interact with one another across
platforms. Social media platforms are easy-access, low-cost, large-audience communication
tools, that we as a university use to enrich our environment and further discovery.
Fun, witty, youthful, enthusiastic, and authentic.
In six words, it's who we are.
We are achievement-oriented but never boastful. We are friendly and open-minded. We
are smart but not arrogant. We have a sense of humor and use it tactfully. We communicate
our messages with a positive attitude. We are genuine, honest and transparent with
the information we share. We love learning about our community, their opinions and
experiences. We ask questions and aren't afraid of feedback. We are unique. We vary
our voice and tone to each audience with our values in mind.
The Division of Communications and Marketing manages accounts affiliated with Augusta University, Augusta University Health, the
Augusta University Alumni Association and the Children's Hospital of Georgia.
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Happy National Get Outdoors Day! There is nothing like the beautiful outdoors in the CSRA. Share your favorite spot to spend time outside! ☀️
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The @equalityclinicaugusta was founded on the premise that nobody should be denied health care based on sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. This #PrideMonth, we are highlighting some of our incredible @mcg_aug student clinic coordinators who help make this care possible for so many people across the CSRA. Meet, Rachel Kaufman (MCG Class of 2024)! Rachel is the Operations Coordinator at the clinic.
"As the Equality Clinic Operations Coordinator, my job is to communicate with patients outside of clinic hours to schedule appointments, help with legal documentation such as gender marker changes, refer patients for affirming surgery, and answer any other questions they may have. In this position, I have realized how many barriers the LGBTQ+ population faces inside and outside the health care sphere, and the major role that Equality Clinic plays in the CSRA and the entire southeast to help LGBTQ+ patients navigate and overcome these obstacles. For many of our patients who are uninsured and underinsured, Equality Clinic is the only contact they have with health care providers. As a free multidisciplinary clinic, Equality Clinic is not only able to provide patients hormone replacement therapy, but also HIV and STI testing, dental services, mental health care and management of other chronic health conditions such as hypertension and diabetes."