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The success of Augusta University and its students is inextricably linked to the success of our faculty. In the Office of Faculty Affairs, we are dedicated to creating an environment and culture that promotes the success of our faculty, beginning with recruitment and hiring, and continuing throughout their career.

Our focus is holistic and comprehensive, leveraging partnerships with colleges, schools, departments, and other units across campus to enhance the quality of the faculty life and promote a culture of faculty excellence. To this end, we focus on all aspects of faculty life, from the policies and processes that create the framework for the faculty experience to the programs and celebrations that support and engage faculty members with their students, their peers and colleagues, their disciplines and professions, and their institution.

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Faculty Affairs

Summerville Campus

Boykin Wright

706-446-1422

aufacultyaffairs@augusta.edu

 

News & Events

photo from article Augusta University invests $6 million to boost faculty and staff amid enrollment surge

Augusta University invests $6 million to boost faculty and staff amid enrollment surge

This significant investment was primarily aimed at bolstering areas where the university expects to see the most growth in core classes that first- and second-year students need to progress toward their degree, but the funding will also support all areas of enrollment growth through increasing student support in areas.

Three researchers, including two women and one man, stand in a lab and pose for a photo.

Augusta University research team awarded $2.8 million grant from the National Cancer Institute

Vinata B. Lokeshwar, PhD, and her research team have been awarded a $2.8 million grant from the National Cancer Institute in an effort to improve outcome in patients with aggressive, advanced bladder cancer.

A group of two men and three women stand in a hallway lined with medical illustrations.

Augusta University researchers secure HRSA grants to address opioid epidemic in northeast Georgia

Two research teams from Augusta University have received three grants totaling almost $5 million from the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Rural Communities Opioid Response Program.

Graphic showing layers of cell imaging

Immunology Center of Georgia researchers use pioneering technology to explore elusive role of neutrophils in bladder cancer

Researchers at Augusta University’s Immunology Center of Georgia are taking advantage of revolutionary technology to investigate the role of neutrophils in the spread of bladder cancer.


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