• SACSCOC Proposal

      Williford, Mickey; Director of Accreditation; Georgia Regents University (2013)
      In January 2012, Augusta State University and Georgia Health Sciences University learned they would be consolidated to form Georgia Regents University. To organize the work needed for SACSCOC approval, standardized project management techniques were employed to coordinate substantive change reporting and plan the visit by a Substantive Change Committee. Staff from Georgia Regents University will educate attendees on basic project management and discuss how they are applying the methodology to ongoing compliance with the Principles. Attendees will receive templates that can be used at their own institutions. No experience in project management is necessary to benefit from this presentation.
    • SACSCOC 2013 Chaos to Clarity

      Williford, Mickey; Ribble, Karen (2013-12)
    • SACSCOC Compliance Sponsor Update

      Ribble, Karen (2014-12-08)
    • SACSCOC Project Charter

      Williford, Mickey; Ribble, Karen (2012-10)
    • SACSCOC Project Roles and Responsibilities

      Ribble, Karen; Williford, Mickey (2012-11)
    • SACSCOC Project Structure

      Ribble, Karen; Williford, Mickey; Georgia Regents University (2013-03)
      Project Structure used for the SACSCOC Subchange Report and Visit for GRU
    • Salary and Fringe Benefit Charges to Extramural Awards

      Division of Sponsored Program Administration; Georgia Health Sciences University (2002-07)
      This policy establishes requirements for assigning salary and commensurate fringe benefits charges to extramural awards.
    • Scholarly Commons: GHSUs Institutional Repository

      Bandy, Sandra L.; Robert B. Greenblatt, MD Library, Georgia Health Sciences University (Georgia Health Sciences University, 2011-11)
    • Second Annual Report of the Superintendent of the University Hospital of Augusta, Georgia for the year ending December 31, 1923

      Lentz, Carlisle S.; Stewart, Alice F. (University Hospital, Augusta, Georgia, 1923-12-31)
      The Annual Report of the University Hospital was produced by the hospital's superintendent and followed the calendar year.
    • Semi-Centennial Annual Announcement of the Medical College of Georgia, 1881-1882

      Medical College of Georgia (Medical College of Georgia, 1881)
      Annual publication distributed by the Medical College of Georgia detailing the educational advantages of the school, requirements for admission, fees and textbooks for study, and requirements for graduation. NOTE: This issue includes names of alumni up to 1881; year of graduation not included.
    • "Serendipity and Hypertension" Lecture given by Raymond Ahlquist, 1976

      Ahlquist, Raymond P.; Department of Pharmacology, Medical College of Georgia (1976-12-06)
      Raymond P. Ahlquist, PhD was internationally recognized as the originator of the alpha- and beta-receptor concept of the andrenergic system. His investigations led the way of the development of beta-blocking drugs used to treat blood pressure. In 1976 Ahlquist was honored with the Albert Lasker Clinical Medical Research Award and the Ciba Award for Hypertension Research. On December 6, 1976 he gave this "Serendipity and Hypertension" lecture at the Medical College of Georgia as part of a Physiology Seminar.
    • Seroco 5x7 Rapid Rectilinear

      Augusta University Cellular Biology and Anatomy
    • Server Security Policy

      Information Technology Support and Services; Georgia Health Sciences University (2005-12)
      The purpose of this policy is to establish standards for the base configuration of server equipment that is owned and/or operated by GHSU. Effective implementation of this policy will minimize unauthorized access to GHSU proprietary information and technology.
    • Service Centers

      Division of Sponsored Program Administration; Georgia Health Sciences University (2006-07)
      To document the fiscal controls under which internal service centers operate.
    • Serving as a Business Liaison When It's Not Your Primary Job

      Bustos, Rod; University Libraries (Reese Library) (Augusta University, 2020-03-12)
      Working as a business librarian can be a full-time job in some cases. In others, the librarian may be assigned as a liaison in addition to other responsibilities such as those primarily focused on an area like systems or e-resources.
    • Serving Today's Students While Creating the Library of Tomorrow

      Logue, Natalie; Seago, Brenda L; Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library (Augusta University, 2018-11-19)
      Methods: An academic health sciences library received funding to initiate a major renovation project. In early stages of the project, library leadership and the Access Services Librarian had regular meetings with the design team to discuss possible floor plans and furniture needs. Student needs were in the forefront of discussions and guided planning to meet both practical needs and desired aesthetic upgrades. Throughout the renovation, the library provided announcements, signage, and online updates to keep stakeholders apprised of progress and affected areas. As demolition began, noise, dust and debris became concerns. The library worked with the construction managers repeatedly to reduce the stress and disruption for students, including planning for when certain construction activities could take place and providing regular communication.Results: The library has a new public service desk, new carpeting and flooring, compact shelving, upgraded restrooms, a new Creative Technology Lab (a maker space), and more open floor space. Space is reallocated to allow for more group study and clearer access to service areas such as the Research & Education Services office suite and the Historical Collections and Archives. Visitors to the library expressed interest and approval of the changes in the library. Suggestions for new areas and concerns about the changing space have been shared with the library verbally, via email, and through an anonymous comment system. Conclusions:Renovation of an occupied, high-use building on an academic campus provides many challenges, but can be accomplished in a way that responds to students’ needs. Library personnel’s frequent consultations with construction team members is essential for the success of a renovation project. The new space aligns with student requests and future student and faculty needs for technology, collaborative work, and knowledge discovery.
    • Seventy-fifth Annual Announcement of the Medical College of Georgia, 1906-1907

      Medical College of Georgia (Medical College of Georgia, 1906)
      Annual publication distributed by the Medical College of Georgia detailing the educational advantages of the school, requirements for admission, fees and textbooks for study, and requirements for graduation. Photographic plates of the following are featured: City Hospital, Lamar Hospital, the Hospital for Contagious and Infectious Diseases, and the MCG building located on Telfair Street. A summary of the other Georgia colleges is included along with a list of the 1906 graduates. The last two pages are memoriam resolutions for two professors who taught for many years at the college: Dr. DeSaussure Ford and Dr. Edward Geddings.
    • Seventy-third Annual Announcement of the Medical College of Georgia, 1904-1905

      Medical College of Georgia (Medical College of Georgia, 1904)
      Annual publication distributed by the Medical College of Georgia detailing the educational advantages of the school, requirements for admission, fees and textbooks for study, and requirements for graduation. This issue has a 4-page insert from the dean titled "Advantages Offered Students attending the Medical College of Georgia...". Photographic plates of the following are featured: City Hospital, Lamar Hospital, the Hospital for Contagious and Infectious Diseases, and the MCG building located on Telfair Street. A summary of the other Georgia colleges is included in the last pages.