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For the faculty and staff of Auburn University
Jan. 10, 2017

Auburn News: For the faculty and staff of Auburn University

Auburn University’s online master’s degree programs rank high in U.S. News and World Report’s 2017 Best Online Programs

Auburn University’s online master’s degree programs in business, education and engineering are listed among the top programs nationally in the just released 2017 U.S. News and World Report Best Online Programs rankings.

In the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business, the online MBA program placed 10th in the nation, while its non-MBA online graduate programs also were ranked 10th among such programs. The online master’s degree programs offered by the College of Education ranked 10th among programs in that field of study. The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering’s online master’s degree programs ranked 20th among those programs, up from 27th last year. [Read more]

Nominations open for Auburn Alumni Association Board of Directors

The nominating committee of the Auburn Alumni Association Board of Directors is requesting nominations from alumni and friends of Auburn University for four new directors. [Read more]

First Spring Into Mell Workshop scheduled for Jan. 17

The Biggio Center's first Spring Into Mell workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 17. This four-part interactive workshop series will prepare Auburn faculty and graduation teaching assistants to teach in the new Mell Classroom Building Engaged Active Student Learning classrooms. The workshops will be held in 246 Foy Hall and lunch will be provided for those who register.

This workshop will teach faculty and GTAs how to use the backward design process to align student learning goals, assessments and activities. Participants are welcome to register for one or all of the workshops in the series. Register and learn more about this workshop series online. [Read more]

Art museum improvements scheduled for summer of 2017

The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University is working with the Office of the University Architect to implement phase one of a museum renovation. To complete the work, the museum will temporarily close to the public during the summer and reopen in the fall. The Lethander Art Path and Susan Phillips Gardens will remain accessible to visitors during the renovation.

Project manager Joe Ruscin described the plan, noting the largest undertaking in this project will be to improve the acoustics in the Grand Gallery, the Dwight and Helen Carlisle Lobby and the Museum Café—something that has been under discussion since the museum opened to the public in 2003. Crews will apply a sound control product to the ceiling surfaces in those spaces, improving the acoustics while still maintaining the aesthetics of the venue. [Read more]

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