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This Week @ Auburn
Feb. 27, 2017

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Department of Theatre presenting ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’

The Auburn University Department of Theatre in the College of Liberal Arts is presenting "The Drowsy Chaperone" through March 4 on the main stage of Telfair Peet Theatre. "The Drowsy Chaperone is a joyful and unapologetic entertainment. It celebrates theatre, particularly musical theatre and the ways in which it has the power to lift us up, take us to another world, and, maybe sometimes, heal us," said Daydrie Hague, director and professor of theatre. [Read more]


Eight teams advance to Tiger Cage student pitch competition semifinals

Student entrepreneurs representing Auburn University’s Raymond J. Harbert College of Business, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts and College of Architecture, Design and Construction will compete in the semifinals of the Tiger Cage business pitch competition on March 3. [Read more]

Accounting students offer financial literacy fair at middle school in Auburn on March 1

Sarah Patrick didn't wait until college to understand how to balance a budget and a checking account or how credit cards can impact her personal finances. She carried the passion of financial literacy straight from high school into Auburn University's School of Accountancy. [Read more]

Junior Hallie Nelson named finalist for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship

Auburn University student Hallie Nelson has been named a finalist for the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship. She will interview in Atlanta next month for one of the 60 available Truman Scholarships nationwide. [Read more]

Industrial design program ranked among best in North America according to AZURE Magazine

Auburn University's industrial design program has been named one of the best in North America by AZURE Magazine, a publication devoted to architecture and design. [Read more]

Auburn University hosts first stop on national listening tour

Auburn University will be the first stop on a national tour discussing America's place in the world at a time of increasing concern about global competition abroad and population diversity within national borders. [Read more]

State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducts Class of 2017

Pictured, from left, are Todd May, '90 materials engineering; Paula Marino, '92 electrical engineering; and Billy Harbert on behalf of his father, Bill, '48 civil engineering.

The State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducted five individuals, including three Auburn University alumni, and honored a corporation during a recent ceremony at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel and Spa in Montgomery. [Read more]

Eight teams advance to Tiger Cage student pitch competition semifinals

Student entrepreneurs representing Auburn University’s Raymond J. Harbert College of Business, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts and College of Architecture, Design and Construction will compete in the semifinals of the Tiger Cage business pitch competition on March 3. [Read more]

Accounting students offer financial literacy fair at middle school in Auburn on March 1

Sarah Patrick didn't wait until college to understand how to balance a budget and a checking account or how credit cards can impact her personal finances. She carried the passion of financial literacy straight from high school into Auburn University's School of Accountancy. [Read more]

Junior Hallie Nelson named finalist for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship

Auburn University student Hallie Nelson has been named a finalist for the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship. She will interview in Atlanta next month for one of the 60 available Truman Scholarships nationwide. [Read more]

Industrial design program ranked among best in North America according to AZURE Magazine

Auburn University's industrial design program has been named one of the best in North America by AZURE Magazine, a publication devoted to architecture and design. [Read more]

Auburn University hosts first stop on national listening tour

Auburn University will be the first stop on a national tour discussing America's place in the world at a time of increasing concern about global competition abroad and population diversity within national borders. [Read more]

State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducts Class of 2017

Pictured, from left, are Todd May, '90 materials engineering; Paula Marino, '92 electrical engineering; and Billy Harbert on behalf of his father, Bill, '48 civil engineering.

The State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducted five individuals, including three Auburn University alumni, and honored a corporation during a recent ceremony at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel and Spa in Montgomery. [Read more]

Eight teams advance to Tiger Cage student pitch competition semifinals

Student entrepreneurs representing Auburn University’s Raymond J. Harbert College of Business, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts and College of Architecture, Design and Construction will compete in the semifinals of the Tiger Cage business pitch competition on March 3. [Read more]

Accounting students offer financial literacy fair at middle school in Auburn on March 1

Sarah Patrick didn't wait until college to understand how to balance a budget and a checking account or how credit cards can impact her personal finances. She carried the passion of financial literacy straight from high school into Auburn University's School of Accountancy. [Read more]

Junior Hallie Nelson named finalist for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship

Auburn University student Hallie Nelson has been named a finalist for the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship. She will interview in Atlanta next month for one of the 60 available Truman Scholarships nationwide. [Read more]

Industrial design program ranked among best in North America according to AZURE Magazine

Auburn University's industrial design program has been named one of the best in North America by AZURE Magazine, a publication devoted to architecture and design. [Read more]

Auburn University hosts first stop on national listening tour

Auburn University will be the first stop on a national tour discussing America's place in the world at a time of increasing concern about global competition abroad and population diversity within national borders. [Read more]

State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducts Class of 2017

Pictured, from left, are Todd May, '90 materials engineering; Paula Marino, '92 electrical engineering; and Billy Harbert on behalf of his father, Bill, '48 civil engineering.

The State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducted five individuals, including three Auburn University alumni, and honored a corporation during a recent ceremony at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel and Spa in Montgomery. [Read more]

Eight teams advance to Tiger Cage student pitch competition semifinals

Student entrepreneurs representing Auburn University’s Raymond J. Harbert College of Business, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts and College of Architecture, Design and Construction will compete in the semifinals of the Tiger Cage business pitch competition on March 3. [Read more]

Accounting students offer financial literacy fair at middle school in Auburn on March 1

Sarah Patrick didn't wait until college to understand how to balance a budget and a checking account or how credit cards can impact her personal finances. She carried the passion of financial literacy straight from high school into Auburn University's School of Accountancy. [Read more]

Junior Hallie Nelson named finalist for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship

Auburn University student Hallie Nelson has been named a finalist for the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship. She will interview in Atlanta next month for one of the 60 available Truman Scholarships nationwide. [Read more]

Industrial design program ranked among best in North America according to AZURE Magazine

Auburn University's industrial design program has been named one of the best in North America by AZURE Magazine, a publication devoted to architecture and design. [Read more]

Auburn University hosts first stop on national listening tour

Auburn University will be the first stop on a national tour discussing America's place in the world at a time of increasing concern about global competition abroad and population diversity within national borders. [Read more]

State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducts Class of 2017

Pictured, from left, are Todd May, '90 materials engineering; Paula Marino, '92 electrical engineering; and Billy Harbert on behalf of his father, Bill, '48 civil engineering.

The State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducted five individuals, including three Auburn University alumni, and honored a corporation during a recent ceremony at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel and Spa in Montgomery. [Read more]

Eight teams advance to Tiger Cage student pitch competition semifinals

Student entrepreneurs representing Auburn University’s Raymond J. Harbert College of Business, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts and College of Architecture, Design and Construction will compete in the semifinals of the Tiger Cage business pitch competition on March 3. [Read more]

Accounting students offer financial literacy fair at middle school in Auburn on March 1

Sarah Patrick didn't wait until college to understand how to balance a budget and a checking account or how credit cards can impact her personal finances. She carried the passion of financial literacy straight from high school into Auburn University's School of Accountancy. [Read more]

Junior Hallie Nelson named finalist for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship

Auburn University student Hallie Nelson has been named a finalist for the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship. She will interview in Atlanta next month for one of the 60 available Truman Scholarships nationwide. [Read more]

Industrial design program ranked among best in North America according to AZURE Magazine

Auburn University's industrial design program has been named one of the best in North America by AZURE Magazine, a publication devoted to architecture and design. [Read more]

Auburn University hosts first stop on national listening tour

Auburn University will be the first stop on a national tour discussing America's place in the world at a time of increasing concern about global competition abroad and population diversity within national borders. [Read more]

State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducts Class of 2017

Pictured, from left, are Todd May, '90 materials engineering; Paula Marino, '92 electrical engineering; and Billy Harbert on behalf of his father, Bill, '48 civil engineering.

The State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducted five individuals, including three Auburn University alumni, and honored a corporation during a recent ceremony at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel and Spa in Montgomery. [Read more]

Eight teams advance to Tiger Cage student pitch competition semifinals

Student entrepreneurs representing Auburn University’s Raymond J. Harbert College of Business, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts and College of Architecture, Design and Construction will compete in the semifinals of the Tiger Cage business pitch competition on March 3. [Read more]

Accounting students offer financial literacy fair at middle school in Auburn on March 1

Sarah Patrick didn't wait until college to understand how to balance a budget and a checking account or how credit cards can impact her personal finances. She carried the passion of financial literacy straight from high school into Auburn University's School of Accountancy. [Read more]

Junior Hallie Nelson named finalist for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship

Auburn University student Hallie Nelson has been named a finalist for the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship. She will interview in Atlanta next month for one of the 60 available Truman Scholarships nationwide. [Read more]

Industrial design program ranked among best in North America according to AZURE Magazine

Auburn University's industrial design program has been named one of the best in North America by AZURE Magazine, a publication devoted to architecture and design. [Read more]

Auburn University hosts first stop on national listening tour

Auburn University will be the first stop on a national tour discussing America's place in the world at a time of increasing concern about global competition abroad and population diversity within national borders. [Read more]

State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducts Class of 2017

Pictured, from left, are Todd May, '90 materials engineering; Paula Marino, '92 electrical engineering; and Billy Harbert on behalf of his father, Bill, '48 civil engineering.

The State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducted five individuals, including three Auburn University alumni, and honored a corporation during a recent ceremony at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel and Spa in Montgomery. [Read more]


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