• MCG Medicine [Fall 2019/Winter 2020]

      Baker, Toni; Scott, Jennifer Hilliard; Moores, Danielle Wong; Baker, Toni; Division of Communications and Marketing; Jones, Phil (Augusta University, 2020)
      Table of Contents: From the Dean (2), From the President (3), News and Views (4), An Instinct for Making Things Work (9), Snapshot: Dr. Brian Annex (11); Incidental Purpose (12), Snapshot: Dr. Jorge Cortes (15), Essential Pressure (16), Snapshot: Dr. David L. Mattson (19), Brian Matters (20), Snapshot: Dr. Xin-Yun Lu (22), Bacterial Lessons (23), Snapshot: Dr. Lin Gan and Dr. Joseph Miano (25), Stepping Up and Stepping In (26), Snapshot: Dr. Jacqueline Fincher (29), Set in Her Sights (30), Snapshot: Dr. Sally Goza (31), Ultimate Detective (32), Snapshot: Dr. Patrick Godbey (33), I’m In (34), Looking Back: A Daughter’s Letter (37), Education News: The Right Credentials: Georgia CORP is one of the only a few programs in the United States that provides former obstetricians a path for re-entry into the profession (39), Artificial Intelligence (42), Medical Partnership in Athens Expands Class Size (44), Class Notes (47), In Memoriam (48).
    • R&D Augusta University's Research & Discovery Magazine [2019]

      Johnson, Eric; Division of Communications and Marketing (Augusta University, 2019)
      Table of Contents: Front (Out of the Lab, Through the Scope, From the Wire); Features (Georgia's Opioid Crisis (8), Bridging the Gap (12), The End of the Rainbow (17)); Back (Tools of the Trade, On the Edge, Value Added, How it Works, True or False, Ask the Experts, Mine the Past).
    • Medical College of Georgia History Timeline

      Augusta University Division of Communications & Marketing (Augusta University, 2019)
      This 8-page brochure was published by Division of Communications & Marketing and the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. It features a history timeline of MCG, from 1828 to 2019.
    • Cyber Augusta [Summer 2018 Vol. 1 No. 1]

      Takahashi, Arthur; Harris, Danielle; Meagher, Brennan; Garrett, Nick; Division of Communications and Marketing (Augusta University, 2018)
      Table of Contents: Moving Downtown (1), Protecting Our Children (4), Cyberattacks Across the Decades (4), From Kid to Code Warrior (6), Keeping It Under Wraps (7), Cyber Tsunami Warning for Augusta (8), Hacking Hospitals: A Critical Condition (12), Winston's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (16), Georgia Researchers Leading the Way (18), It Came From the Future (22), That Time a Movie Drove Federal Policy (29), Cyber Scares on the Silver Screen (29), Augusta Metro Cybersecurity Workforce Study (30), Endgame: A step too far in cyberwar (31), Augusta, Georgia: In a different league (31), Safety Saying Goodbye (32).
    • Consolidation: A Tale of Two Libraries

      Heck, Jeffrey J; Davies, Kathy J; Verburg, Fay L; Brown, Marianne; Loveless, Virginia L; Bandy, Sandra L.; Seago, Brenda L; Georgia Regents University (American Library Association, 2013-10)
      This paper describes the initiating action, planning, adaptations, and official conclusion of a one-year consolidation of a professional health-sciences library with a largely commuter-student undergraduate liberal arts library, during the consolidation of their corresponding universities. Ties existed between some university programs, such as nursing, but the cultures of the two universities differed. The structure established to handle the consolidation allowed effective communication and cooperative development of policies and processes. Reaccreditation efforts also required extensive work to reflect the new university. Crucial lessons were learned from the intensive effort.
    • Get it Right from the Start: How to Organize for Positive Impact

      Brond, David; Office of Communications and Marketing; Georgia Regents University (2012-11-12)
    • GHSU Today [Winter/Spring 2012; Vol. 39, No. 1]

      Baker, Toni; Cline, Damon; Hudson, Stacey; Scott, Jennifer Hilliard; Walls, Sharron C.; Cline, Damon; Jones, Phil; Division of Communications and Marketing (Georgia Health Sciences University, 2012)
      Table of Contents: 2 Letters to the Editor; 13-15 Disaster Ready: Students learn emergency preparedness; 16-18 Helping in Harrisburg: Students mentor inner-city children; 19-21 Heavy-Duty Health Care: Local industry aims to keep employees healthy; 22-23 HIV in the 21st Century: Survival statistics give hope to patients; 24-25 Best of Both Worlds: Program lets students be doctors, scientists; 26-29 Restoring Balance: Researchers explore proteins, link to pulmonary edema; 30-31 It Takes a Village: Nursing students conduct health fair for "transitional" families; 32-35 Favorite Things: Library curator identifies a few of her favorite artifacts; 36-40 Two at the Top: College of Dental Medicine professor, son both famous in their fields; 41 Gift Planning; 42 Class Notes
    • The Beeper [2011 Vol. 21, No. 12]

      Evans, Jack; Hudson, Stacey; Deriso, Christine Hurley; Walls, Sharron C.; Baker, Toni; Hudson, Stacey; Communications and Marketing (Georgia Health Sciences University, 2011-06-15)
      Features this week include: Caughman appointed VP and Provost; CMC celebrates more than $857,000 in donations; Diversity Summit to spur dialogue with community, business leaders; GSHU partners with high school to help community; Pendergrast book is competition finalist; Tingen named Charles W. Linder Endowed Chair in Pediatrics; Film series brings out families; Veterans’ home celebrates Memorial Day; GHSU employee pilots Petersburg Boats; Summer heat still requires business attire; Communication key in cultural competence.
    • The Beeper [2011 Vol. 21, No. 11]

      Deriso, Christine Hurley; Scott, Jennifer Hilliard; Hudson, Stacey; Baker, Toni; Hudson, Stacey; Communications and Marketing (Georgia Health Sciences University, 2011-06-01)
      Features this week include: Building bridges through transformational leadership; Inauguration launches new era of leadership; ‘We must continue to grow’; EAC elections will run through June 17; Bike to Work Day encourages commuters; Broadcast will celebrate miracles; Davis named Chief of GHSU’s Section of Dermatology; Mujadzic, peripheral nerve injury repair expert, joins GHSU faculty; Library goes mobile; Communication key in cultural competence; Employees to receive updated ID cards; First annual gala honors nurses; Put the pedal to the asphalt; Kohl’s hosts wellness event; Azziz inaugurated as eighth president of GHSU; Day of service celebrates community; Family celebration honors employees.
    • The Beeper [2011 Vol. 21, No. 10]

      Hudson, Stacey; Baker, Toni; Parrish, Denise; Cline, Damon; Cline, Damon; Scott, Jennifer Hilliard; Hudson, Stacey; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 2011-05-18)
      Features this week include: Commencement speaker urges ‘effective, relevant’ service; Festivities thank employees for service; Sign up to serve the CSRA; Student learning goes mobile; Rapid changes drive Tech Fair; Flowers blooms on the golf course; Teams pull in thousands for Ronald McDonald House; Films return, now free; Pediatrics wins raft debate for second year; Azziz throws out the first pitch; Helping healing hands; Hooding speaker asks new doctors to say patient-focused; Dr. Watson receives presidential lifetime achievement award; Medical student receives award for compassion;