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Augusta University celebrates its outstanding faculty

"I feel very blessed to be recognized for these efforts, especially when there are so many at this University who are doing such great things."

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Knights Templar Foundations have been impacting ophthalmology in Georgia for decades

“I think the best legacy any of us can hope for is to impact more Georgians."

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Center for Instructional Innovation wins Silver Telly for educational video story

"Winning the Silver Telly Award highlights the creativity and excellence of the multimedia content we produce for our students at Augusta University."

A man sits at a desk inside an office wearing a suit and tie. There are books on the shelves behind him and a computer sitting on the desk off to one side.

Finalist named for Augusta University presidency

“It is an immense privilege to be considered for this position, and I’m grateful to the board and Chancellor Perdue for their confidence in me."