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This Week @ Auburn
Feb. 6, 2017

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This Week @ Auburn is a weekly electronic newsletter designed to keep students informed of all that is happening at Auburn.


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Black Student Union kicks off Black History Month

Jane Elliot, recipient of the National Mental Health Association Award for Excellence in Education, will take the stage Feb. 8, as guest speaker for the first event of the month titled “Wake Up.” Elliot has been featured on numerous television shows and is renowned in her diversity training and leadership and has addressed a variety of audiences. She will speak at 7 p.m. in the Foy ballroom. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. 


Samuel Ginn College of Engineering breaks ground on $40 million student achievement center

Auburn University's Samuel Ginn College of Engineering hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Feb. 2 to celebrate the construction of the $40 million Brown-Kopel Engineering Student Achievement Center. [Read more]

Marketing class helping Atlanta Motor Speedway promote NASCAR race

They cram SEC football stadiums, often decked out in body paint and are often among the rowdiest fans in all of sports. However, you don't find college students at NASCAR races as often as you'd think. Fifty students in Brian Bourdeau's sports marketing class at Auburn University are out to change that. [Read more]

Aviation degrees move to University College, new education facility coming to airport

The Auburn University Board of Trustees agreed at its Feb. 3 meeting to move aviation programs currently in the Harbert College of Business to the University College, allowing students more flexibility in completing aviation-related coursework. [Read more]

‘Shug’s Men’ exhibit at Auburn’s Draughon Library commemorates 60th anniversary of Auburn’s 1957 National Championship

The men that made up Auburn's 1957 national championship football team–from players to coaches–are featured in "Shug's Men," a new exhibit at the Ralph Brown Draughon Library that commemorates the 60th anniversary of Auburn's first national championship. [Read more]

Samuel Ginn College of Engineering breaks ground on $40 million student achievement center

Auburn University's Samuel Ginn College of Engineering hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Feb. 2 to celebrate the construction of the $40 million Brown-Kopel Engineering Student Achievement Center. [Read more]

Marketing class helping Atlanta Motor Speedway promote NASCAR race

They cram SEC football stadiums, often decked out in body paint and are often among the rowdiest fans in all of sports. However, you don't find college students at NASCAR races as often as you'd think. Fifty students in Brian Bourdeau's sports marketing class at Auburn University are out to change that. [Read more]

Aviation degrees move to University College, new education facility coming to airport

The Auburn University Board of Trustees agreed at its Feb. 3 meeting to move aviation programs currently in the Harbert College of Business to the University College, allowing students more flexibility in completing aviation-related coursework. [Read more]

‘Shug’s Men’ exhibit at Auburn’s Draughon Library commemorates 60th anniversary of Auburn’s 1957 National Championship

The men that made up Auburn's 1957 national championship football team–from players to coaches–are featured in "Shug's Men," a new exhibit at the Ralph Brown Draughon Library that commemorates the 60th anniversary of Auburn's first national championship. [Read more]

Samuel Ginn College of Engineering breaks ground on $40 million student achievement center

Auburn University's Samuel Ginn College of Engineering hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Feb. 2 to celebrate the construction of the $40 million Brown-Kopel Engineering Student Achievement Center. [Read more]

Marketing class helping Atlanta Motor Speedway promote NASCAR race

They cram SEC football stadiums, often decked out in body paint and are often among the rowdiest fans in all of sports. However, you don't find college students at NASCAR races as often as you'd think. Fifty students in Brian Bourdeau's sports marketing class at Auburn University are out to change that. [Read more]

Aviation degrees move to University College, new education facility coming to airport

The Auburn University Board of Trustees agreed at its Feb. 3 meeting to move aviation programs currently in the Harbert College of Business to the University College, allowing students more flexibility in completing aviation-related coursework. [Read more]

‘Shug’s Men’ exhibit at Auburn’s Draughon Library commemorates 60th anniversary of Auburn’s 1957 National Championship

The men that made up Auburn's 1957 national championship football team–from players to coaches–are featured in "Shug's Men," a new exhibit at the Ralph Brown Draughon Library that commemorates the 60th anniversary of Auburn's first national championship. [Read more]

Samuel Ginn College of Engineering breaks ground on $40 million student achievement center

Auburn University's Samuel Ginn College of Engineering hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Feb. 2 to celebrate the construction of the $40 million Brown-Kopel Engineering Student Achievement Center. [Read more]

Marketing class helping Atlanta Motor Speedway promote NASCAR race

They cram SEC football stadiums, often decked out in body paint and are often among the rowdiest fans in all of sports. However, you don't find college students at NASCAR races as often as you'd think. Fifty students in Brian Bourdeau's sports marketing class at Auburn University are out to change that. [Read more]

Aviation degrees move to University College, new education facility coming to airport

The Auburn University Board of Trustees agreed at its Feb. 3 meeting to move aviation programs currently in the Harbert College of Business to the University College, allowing students more flexibility in completing aviation-related coursework. [Read more]

‘Shug’s Men’ exhibit at Auburn’s Draughon Library commemorates 60th anniversary of Auburn’s 1957 National Championship

The men that made up Auburn's 1957 national championship football team–from players to coaches–are featured in "Shug's Men," a new exhibit at the Ralph Brown Draughon Library that commemorates the 60th anniversary of Auburn's first national championship. [Read more]


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