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Feb. 20, 2017

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Mell Classroom Building bringing ‘leading edge’ learning environments to Auburn University

When the 69,000-square-foot Mell Classroom Building opens on Auburn University’s campus this fall, students will enter a learning environment like they’ve never experienced. With 29 active learning classrooms, two lecture halls and approximately 50 group study spaces, the $35 million facility is one of the single largest investments in engaged active student learning in the Southeast. While most college students are familiar with large lecture halls, classrooms in the new facility will be outfitted with technology that far exceeds laptops and projectors. Instead, students will take an interactive approach by using multiple TV monitors, cameras and digital screens to collaborate and engage with peers and professors. [Read more]


Auburn students meet with governor and state officials at annual Lobby Day

Auburn's SGA Lobby Board met with Alabama's governor, lieutenant governor and state officials to discuss issues related to higher education as part of the annual SGA Lobby Day Feb. 16 at the state's capitol in Montgomery. The Lobby Board, a branch of SGA's cabinet, consists of 30 Auburn students with a passion for local and state politics as well as a desire to lobby for more funding for Auburn University. [Read more]

Black History Month lecture to feature best-selling author and member of Harvard University faculty

As part of Auburn University's celebration of Black History Month and the annual speaker's series of the Africana Studies program in the College of Liberal Arts, author and Harvard faculty member Sarah Lewis will give a free public presentation Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. in Foy Hall auditorium on the Auburn campus. Her talk will feature prominent African American figures who worked through failure to achieve mastery as part of their process of innovation and discovery. [Read more]

Tiger Giving Day set for tomorrow

Auburn's second Tiger Giving Day, set for tomorrow, gives donors an opportunity to fund projects with goals ranging from $1,600 to $30,000. Projects include study abroad and internship opportunities, sending a student-built satellite into space, building a public display for Auburn's dinosaur egg and more. All the initiatives benefits students, research or outreach programs. [Read more]

Auburn University replaces oaks at Toomer's Corner

Two new live oaks were installed at Toomer's Corner Feb. 18. Auburn University made the decision to replace the oaks after the Magnolia Avenue oak was heavily damaged by fire in September.

Consul general of Haiti visited Auburn University

Pictured, from left, are Senior Counsel to the President Anna Gramberg, Associate Provost Royrickers Cook, Economic Advisor of Haiti Reginald Michel, Consul General of Haiti Faustin Lebon, Professor of Crop Soil and Environmental Sciences Dennis Shannon, Dean of the College of Architecture, Design and Construction Vini Nathan and Head of Industrial and Graphic Design Clark Lundell.

Faustin Lebon, consul general of Haiti in Atlanta, and Reginald Michel, economic officer of Haiti in Atlanta, met with Associate Provost Royrickers Cook on Tuesday, Feb. 14. The visit was the latest in a series of visits from international dignitaries and is part of a strategic plan to enhance education by providing more international experiences for students. During this visit, the consul general also met with students, faculty, staff and administrators. 

Auburn students meet with governor and state officials at annual Lobby Day

Auburn's SGA Lobby Board met with Alabama's governor, lieutenant governor and state officials to discuss issues related to higher education as part of the annual SGA Lobby Day Feb. 16 at the state's capitol in Montgomery. The Lobby Board, a branch of SGA's cabinet, consists of 30 Auburn students with a passion for local and state politics as well as a desire to lobby for more funding for Auburn University. [Read more]

Black History Month lecture to feature best-selling author and member of Harvard University faculty

As part of Auburn University's celebration of Black History Month and the annual speaker's series of the Africana Studies program in the College of Liberal Arts, author and Harvard faculty member Sarah Lewis will give a free public presentation Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. in Foy Hall auditorium on the Auburn campus. Her talk will feature prominent African American figures who worked through failure to achieve mastery as part of their process of innovation and discovery. [Read more]

Tiger Giving Day set for tomorrow

Auburn's second Tiger Giving Day, set for tomorrow, gives donors an opportunity to fund projects with goals ranging from $1,600 to $30,000. Projects include study abroad and internship opportunities, sending a student-built satellite into space, building a public display for Auburn's dinosaur egg and more. All the initiatives benefits students, research or outreach programs. [Read more]

Auburn University replaces oaks at Toomer's Corner

Two new live oaks were installed at Toomer's Corner Feb. 18. Auburn University made the decision to replace the oaks after the Magnolia Avenue oak was heavily damaged by fire in September.

Consul general of Haiti visited Auburn University

Pictured, from left, are Senior Counsel to the President Anna Gramberg, Associate Provost Royrickers Cook, Economic Advisor of Haiti Reginald Michel, Consul General of Haiti Faustin Lebon, Professor of Crop Soil and Environmental Sciences Dennis Shannon, Dean of the College of Architecture, Design and Construction Vini Nathan and Head of Industrial and Graphic Design Clark Lundell.

Faustin Lebon, consul general of Haiti in Atlanta, and Reginald Michel, economic officer of Haiti in Atlanta, met with Associate Provost Royrickers Cook on Tuesday, Feb. 14. The visit was the latest in a series of visits from international dignitaries and is part of a strategic plan to enhance education by providing more international experiences for students. During this visit, the consul general also met with students, faculty, staff and administrators. 

Auburn students meet with governor and state officials at annual Lobby Day

Auburn's SGA Lobby Board met with Alabama's governor, lieutenant governor and state officials to discuss issues related to higher education as part of the annual SGA Lobby Day Feb. 16 at the state's capitol in Montgomery. The Lobby Board, a branch of SGA's cabinet, consists of 30 Auburn students with a passion for local and state politics as well as a desire to lobby for more funding for Auburn University. [Read more]

Black History Month lecture to feature best-selling author and member of Harvard University faculty

As part of Auburn University's celebration of Black History Month and the annual speaker's series of the Africana Studies program in the College of Liberal Arts, author and Harvard faculty member Sarah Lewis will give a free public presentation Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. in Foy Hall auditorium on the Auburn campus. Her talk will feature prominent African American figures who worked through failure to achieve mastery as part of their process of innovation and discovery. [Read more]

Tiger Giving Day set for tomorrow

Auburn's second Tiger Giving Day, set for tomorrow, gives donors an opportunity to fund projects with goals ranging from $1,600 to $30,000. Projects include study abroad and internship opportunities, sending a student-built satellite into space, building a public display for Auburn's dinosaur egg and more. All the initiatives benefits students, research or outreach programs. [Read more]

Auburn University replaces oaks at Toomer's Corner

Two new live oaks were installed at Toomer's Corner Feb. 18. Auburn University made the decision to replace the oaks after the Magnolia Avenue oak was heavily damaged by fire in September.

Consul general of Haiti visited Auburn University

Pictured, from left, are Senior Counsel to the President Anna Gramberg, Associate Provost Royrickers Cook, Economic Advisor of Haiti Reginald Michel, Consul General of Haiti Faustin Lebon, Professor of Crop Soil and Environmental Sciences Dennis Shannon, Dean of the College of Architecture, Design and Construction Vini Nathan and Head of Industrial and Graphic Design Clark Lundell.

Faustin Lebon, consul general of Haiti in Atlanta, and Reginald Michel, economic officer of Haiti in Atlanta, met with Associate Provost Royrickers Cook on Tuesday, Feb. 14. The visit was the latest in a series of visits from international dignitaries and is part of a strategic plan to enhance education by providing more international experiences for students. During this visit, the consul general also met with students, faculty, staff and administrators. 

Auburn students meet with governor and state officials at annual Lobby Day

Auburn's SGA Lobby Board met with Alabama's governor, lieutenant governor and state officials to discuss issues related to higher education as part of the annual SGA Lobby Day Feb. 16 at the state's capitol in Montgomery. The Lobby Board, a branch of SGA's cabinet, consists of 30 Auburn students with a passion for local and state politics as well as a desire to lobby for more funding for Auburn University. [Read more]

Black History Month lecture to feature best-selling author and member of Harvard University faculty

As part of Auburn University's celebration of Black History Month and the annual speaker's series of the Africana Studies program in the College of Liberal Arts, author and Harvard faculty member Sarah Lewis will give a free public presentation Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. in Foy Hall auditorium on the Auburn campus. Her talk will feature prominent African American figures who worked through failure to achieve mastery as part of their process of innovation and discovery. [Read more]

Tiger Giving Day set for tomorrow

Auburn's second Tiger Giving Day, set for tomorrow, gives donors an opportunity to fund projects with goals ranging from $1,600 to $30,000. Projects include study abroad and internship opportunities, sending a student-built satellite into space, building a public display for Auburn's dinosaur egg and more. All the initiatives benefits students, research or outreach programs. [Read more]

Auburn University replaces oaks at Toomer's Corner

Two new live oaks were installed at Toomer's Corner Feb. 18. Auburn University made the decision to replace the oaks after the Magnolia Avenue oak was heavily damaged by fire in September.

Consul general of Haiti visited Auburn University

Pictured, from left, are Senior Counsel to the President Anna Gramberg, Associate Provost Royrickers Cook, Economic Advisor of Haiti Reginald Michel, Consul General of Haiti Faustin Lebon, Professor of Crop Soil and Environmental Sciences Dennis Shannon, Dean of the College of Architecture, Design and Construction Vini Nathan and Head of Industrial and Graphic Design Clark Lundell.

Faustin Lebon, consul general of Haiti in Atlanta, and Reginald Michel, economic officer of Haiti in Atlanta, met with Associate Provost Royrickers Cook on Tuesday, Feb. 14. The visit was the latest in a series of visits from international dignitaries and is part of a strategic plan to enhance education by providing more international experiences for students. During this visit, the consul general also met with students, faculty, staff and administrators. 

Auburn students meet with governor and state officials at annual Lobby Day

Auburn's SGA Lobby Board met with Alabama's governor, lieutenant governor and state officials to discuss issues related to higher education as part of the annual SGA Lobby Day Feb. 16 at the state's capitol in Montgomery. The Lobby Board, a branch of SGA's cabinet, consists of 30 Auburn students with a passion for local and state politics as well as a desire to lobby for more funding for Auburn University. [Read more]

Black History Month lecture to feature best-selling author and member of Harvard University faculty

As part of Auburn University's celebration of Black History Month and the annual speaker's series of the Africana Studies program in the College of Liberal Arts, author and Harvard faculty member Sarah Lewis will give a free public presentation Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. in Foy Hall auditorium on the Auburn campus. Her talk will feature prominent African American figures who worked through failure to achieve mastery as part of their process of innovation and discovery. [Read more]

Tiger Giving Day set for tomorrow

Auburn's second Tiger Giving Day, set for tomorrow, gives donors an opportunity to fund projects with goals ranging from $1,600 to $30,000. Projects include study abroad and internship opportunities, sending a student-built satellite into space, building a public display for Auburn's dinosaur egg and more. All the initiatives benefits students, research or outreach programs. [Read more]

Auburn University replaces oaks at Toomer's Corner

Two new live oaks were installed at Toomer's Corner Feb. 18. Auburn University made the decision to replace the oaks after the Magnolia Avenue oak was heavily damaged by fire in September.

Consul general of Haiti visited Auburn University

Pictured, from left, are Senior Counsel to the President Anna Gramberg, Associate Provost Royrickers Cook, Economic Advisor of Haiti Reginald Michel, Consul General of Haiti Faustin Lebon, Professor of Crop Soil and Environmental Sciences Dennis Shannon, Dean of the College of Architecture, Design and Construction Vini Nathan and Head of Industrial and Graphic Design Clark Lundell.

Faustin Lebon, consul general of Haiti in Atlanta, and Reginald Michel, economic officer of Haiti in Atlanta, met with Associate Provost Royrickers Cook on Tuesday, Feb. 14. The visit was the latest in a series of visits from international dignitaries and is part of a strategic plan to enhance education by providing more international experiences for students. During this visit, the consul general also met with students, faculty, staff and administrators. 


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