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An advocate of literacy: Dr. Paulette Harris’ legacy continues in HUB for Community Innovation

The HUB will house four locally based nonprofits, including the Augusta University Literacy Center. “With this new building, her legacy will live on for years and years,” said Dr. Judi Wilson, dean of the College of Education.

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Listen: Summer self care and mental health advice on ‘In the Wild’ podcast

On our first summer special, Dr. Lara Stepleman, director of faculty success at the Medical College of Georgia, joins us to discuss how we can take care of ourselves now that our lives are shifting into a "new normal."

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‘Camouflage breakers’ can find a target in less than a second

MCG researchers can train civilians to "break" camouflage in less that one second. Now they want to know if they're breaking camouflage or simply sensing something is amiss, something that's significant in real world circumstances, where a sniper might be hiding in the desert sand or a dense forest landscape.

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Community leaders commit $300,000 to COVID-19 neurological study

Several community leaders have committed $300,000 to help continue to fund a Medical College of Georgia study examining the long-term neurological impact of COVID-19.