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Next class of Provost Faculty Fellows ready to expand their reach

Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Neil J. MacKinnon, PhD, believes Laurence Miller, PhD, and Colleen Walters, DNP, are up for the challenge and have potential to be future leaders of the university.

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Ever Onward Award Fund promises white coats for Fall 2024 BSN students

Through an award established to honor the legacy of Dean Emerita Lucy Marion, PhD, the College of Nursing will be able to purchase white coats for all incoming Bachelor of Science in Nursing students.

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‘We’re closing in on being one of the top 10 ACS student chapters in the country’

AU is one of only 12 chapters nationally to be earn both the "Outstanding" designation, as well as receive a Green Chemistry Award from the American Chemical Society.

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Immunology Center of Georgia partners with UCSD in $3.3M NIH grant exploring vaccine failures against pathogen that plays big role in antibiotic resistance

An Augusta University researcher is partnering with the University of California San Diego to unravel the complexities of Staphylococcus aureus vaccine failures.