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There are two Augusta University libraries, Reese Library on the Summerville campus and Greenblatt Library on the Health Sciences campus. Augusta University Libraries provide books, ebooks, government publications, journals, audiovisuals, databases, historical collections, and more, in support of student and faculty research.

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60th Anniversary History Lectures

The Robert B. Greenblatt, MD Library proudly presents our 60th Anniversary History Lectures on October 18, 2023, 4:30-5:30 p.m., in the Historical Collections and Archives Room. Light refreshments will be served. Dr. Robert Nesbit will give a lecture on the Library’s namesake, Robert B. Greenblatt, MD, an internationally known endocrinologist and Professor Emeritus of the Medical College of Georgia who passed away in 1987. While Dr. Nesbit is a Professor Emeritus of Surgery at MCG, he is also a scholar of history. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in history from Harvard University and he continues to offer an elective in…

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Open Access Processing Charges (APCs) Pilot Program Launches for Faculty

The Augusta University Faculty Senate (AUFS) has established a pilot program to finance payment of article and monograph processing fees (APCs) for Augusta University faculty who wish to publish in eligible open-access, peer-reviewed venues when funds from third-party funding sources are unavailable. This pilot program is supported by the Office of the Provost and is a collaboration between the AUFS, the University Libraries, and the Office of the Senior VP for Research. The fund is administered through the University Libraries. Program Goals For more information about this pilot program, and to apply for an APC award, visit the website at:

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University Libraries Launches New Website

The University Libraries Web Committee, led by Library Systems Analyst, Vonny Nogales, has worked to provide users with a more navigable and engaging experience, redesigning the libraries’ webpages. With support from the libraries’ leadership team, and in accordance with Augusta University’s Web Services guidelines, the new site will debut on September 5, 2023. What has changed? Users will notice a joint University Libraries homepage with contact information for Reese and Greenblatt libraries, as well as a link to Meet Your Librarians, the subject specialists who assist with research assignments, questions about resources, and provide library instruction. Additionally, this page has…

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Segregated Doctoring History Lecture

Dr. Leslie J. Pollard, Sr. will give a history lecture based on his book Segregated Doctoring: Black Physicians in Augusta, Georgia, 1902-1952 on August 23, 4:30-5:30 p.m., in Greenblatt Library’s Historical Collections and Archives Room. Dr. Pollard is a retired professor of history from Paine College. His book Segregated Doctoring analyzes Augusta’s African American medical practice in the context of segregation and the associated inequities. For over 100 years the public hospitals funded by the City of Augusta were the teaching hospitals of the Medical College of Georgia. For a few years, Black physicians were allowed privileges at Augusta’s two…




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