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Meet the Class of 2026

Nearly all students in the Augusta University Class of 2026 are part of Generation Z, which means most were born between 1997 and 2012.

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New study shows child marriage could cause long-term hypertension

“We need to start thinking about the long-term implications for adult women married as children and to increase awareness of the chronic issues that can arise, if left unaddressed."

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National Model United Nations program at Augusta University offers students a global experience

Since 2011, Augusta University has participated regularly in the National Model United Nations and has received international recognition for efforts regarding global health, regional conflict, weapons proliferation, security, environmental concerns, peacekeeping, human rights and economic development.

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Watch: Augusta University psychiatrist shares insight on back to school

“Adults looking after children really need to pay attention to their child, seeing where they've got strengths and trying to channel their activities and interest into those places where a child sees themselves as successful,” said Dr. Dale Peeples.