Pamplin College to introduce new degree program, certificates in Fall 2020

Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is housed in Allgood Hall on the Summerville campus. (photo by Jenna Ingalls)

By Jenna Ingalls |
Staff writer

The Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences will introduce in Fall 2020 five certificates and a new degree program for students at Augusta University. Continue reading “Pamplin College to introduce new degree program, certificates in Fall 2020”

Pamplin Dean Green to retire at end of spring semester

Dean Elna Green is in her third year running Pamplin College; she came to AU from San Jose State and is a native of North Carolina. (photo by St. Julian Cox)

By Ravyn Chatmon |
Content editor

Elna Green, Ph.D. and dean of Pamplin College, is retiring at the end of June 2020. This information was announced on Tuesday, Jan. 28, at a Pamplin faculty meeting.

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Pamplin College hosts FutureFest to help students see their career paths

At right, alumna Jamie Jackson of Morris Digital gives career advice to students at FutureFest in the JSAC Ballroom at Augusta University. (photo by Zhenya Townley)

By Bekendrianna Wynn |
Contributor

Students in arts, humanities and social sciences had a chance on Tuesday, Sept. 25 to network with professionals in their fields who are also AU alums. Continue reading “Pamplin College hosts FutureFest to help students see their career paths”

AU to host P.R. professional Daniel Roberts for Leadership Lecture

By Charles Cates |
Contributor

Daniel Roberts of Edelman’s public relations firm in New York will give the AU Leadership Lecture on Thursday, Feb. 1, at 6 p.m. in University Hall 170. (photo courtesy of Pamplin College)

A young executive for a major New York public relations firm will speak at Augusta University’s Leadership Lecture at 6 p.m. on Feb. 1 at the Summerville Campus. Continue reading “AU to host P.R. professional Daniel Roberts for Leadership Lecture”