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March 27, 2017

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Get to know incoming President Dr. Steven Leath

Selected Monday to lead Auburn beginning this summer, the future president discusses his vision for Auburn University. Watch a Q&A with the university's 19th president, Dr. Steven Leath, online


Veterinary medicine students have headed out for eight weeks of real world experience

The week of spring break at Auburn University, 121 Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 2017 students began preceptorships throughout the state and beyond to gain real world experience in their chosen disciplines under the supervision of veterinarians around the United States. During the eight-week experience, students apply what they have learned in classrooms, laboratories and clinical rotations. [Read more

Auburn University galvanizes university leaders, students to address food waste on campuses

Auburn University is leading a gathering of nearly 100 university and multi-sector leaders this week to discuss how universities can take a leadership role in creating zero food waste and hunger free campuses. [Read more]

Lutzenkirchen public speaking award successfully endowed by foundation in Opelika

The W. James Samford, Jr. Foundation in Opelika has endowed The Philip Lutzenkirchen Excellence in Public Speaking Award. The funds will support a public speaking competition in the School of Communication and Journalism at Auburn University in honor of the late Auburn tight end and communication graduate, Philip Lutzenkirchen. [Read more]

Executive MBA students to make pitch at $1.5 million startup competition

Terry Namkung and Fred Parnell

Two Harbert College Executive MBA, or EMBA, students at Auburn University have been chosen to compete April 6-8 in the Rice Business Plan Competition, the world’s richest and largest graduate-level student startup competition. The business plan submitted by students Terry Namkung and Fred Parnell was chosen from more than 500 applications to the Rice Business Plan Competition in Houston. Namkung serves as CEO of DC Energy Systems, while Parnell is the quality assurance director. [Read more]

Harrison School of Pharmacy, ADECA combat illicit, prescription drug abuse

The Harrison School of Pharmacy at Auburn University is helping the state of Alabama fight a growing national problem–the abuse of prescribed and illicit drugs. [Read more]

Marlo Thomas of ‘That Girl’ coming to Auburn University in April

Award-winning actress Marlo Thomas will be the keynote speaker for the 15th annual Women's Philanthropy Board Spring Symposium and Luncheon on Monday, April 3 at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. [Read more]

Veterinary medicine students have headed out for eight weeks of real world experience

The week of spring break at Auburn University, 121 Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 2017 students began preceptorships throughout the state and beyond to gain real world experience in their chosen disciplines under the supervision of veterinarians around the United States. During the eight-week experience, students apply what they have learned in classrooms, laboratories and clinical rotations. [Read more

Auburn University galvanizes university leaders, students to address food waste on campuses

Auburn University is leading a gathering of nearly 100 university and multi-sector leaders this week to discuss how universities can take a leadership role in creating zero food waste and hunger free campuses. [Read more]

Lutzenkirchen public speaking award successfully endowed by foundation in Opelika

The W. James Samford, Jr. Foundation in Opelika has endowed The Philip Lutzenkirchen Excellence in Public Speaking Award. The funds will support a public speaking competition in the School of Communication and Journalism at Auburn University in honor of the late Auburn tight end and communication graduate, Philip Lutzenkirchen. [Read more]

Executive MBA students to make pitch at $1.5 million startup competition

Terry Namkung and Fred Parnell

Two Harbert College Executive MBA, or EMBA, students at Auburn University have been chosen to compete April 6-8 in the Rice Business Plan Competition, the world’s richest and largest graduate-level student startup competition. The business plan submitted by students Terry Namkung and Fred Parnell was chosen from more than 500 applications to the Rice Business Plan Competition in Houston. Namkung serves as CEO of DC Energy Systems, while Parnell is the quality assurance director. [Read more]

Harrison School of Pharmacy, ADECA combat illicit, prescription drug abuse

The Harrison School of Pharmacy at Auburn University is helping the state of Alabama fight a growing national problem–the abuse of prescribed and illicit drugs. [Read more]

Marlo Thomas of ‘That Girl’ coming to Auburn University in April

Award-winning actress Marlo Thomas will be the keynote speaker for the 15th annual Women's Philanthropy Board Spring Symposium and Luncheon on Monday, April 3 at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. [Read more]

Veterinary medicine students have headed out for eight weeks of real world experience

The week of spring break at Auburn University, 121 Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 2017 students began preceptorships throughout the state and beyond to gain real world experience in their chosen disciplines under the supervision of veterinarians around the United States. During the eight-week experience, students apply what they have learned in classrooms, laboratories and clinical rotations. [Read more

Auburn University galvanizes university leaders, students to address food waste on campuses

Auburn University is leading a gathering of nearly 100 university and multi-sector leaders this week to discuss how universities can take a leadership role in creating zero food waste and hunger free campuses. [Read more]

Lutzenkirchen public speaking award successfully endowed by foundation in Opelika

The W. James Samford, Jr. Foundation in Opelika has endowed The Philip Lutzenkirchen Excellence in Public Speaking Award. The funds will support a public speaking competition in the School of Communication and Journalism at Auburn University in honor of the late Auburn tight end and communication graduate, Philip Lutzenkirchen. [Read more]

Executive MBA students to make pitch at $1.5 million startup competition

Terry Namkung and Fred Parnell

Two Harbert College Executive MBA, or EMBA, students at Auburn University have been chosen to compete April 6-8 in the Rice Business Plan Competition, the world’s richest and largest graduate-level student startup competition. The business plan submitted by students Terry Namkung and Fred Parnell was chosen from more than 500 applications to the Rice Business Plan Competition in Houston. Namkung serves as CEO of DC Energy Systems, while Parnell is the quality assurance director. [Read more]

Harrison School of Pharmacy, ADECA combat illicit, prescription drug abuse

The Harrison School of Pharmacy at Auburn University is helping the state of Alabama fight a growing national problem–the abuse of prescribed and illicit drugs. [Read more]

Marlo Thomas of ‘That Girl’ coming to Auburn University in April

Award-winning actress Marlo Thomas will be the keynote speaker for the 15th annual Women's Philanthropy Board Spring Symposium and Luncheon on Monday, April 3 at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. [Read more]

Veterinary medicine students have headed out for eight weeks of real world experience

The week of spring break at Auburn University, 121 Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 2017 students began preceptorships throughout the state and beyond to gain real world experience in their chosen disciplines under the supervision of veterinarians around the United States. During the eight-week experience, students apply what they have learned in classrooms, laboratories and clinical rotations. [Read more

Auburn University galvanizes university leaders, students to address food waste on campuses

Auburn University is leading a gathering of nearly 100 university and multi-sector leaders this week to discuss how universities can take a leadership role in creating zero food waste and hunger free campuses. [Read more]

Lutzenkirchen public speaking award successfully endowed by foundation in Opelika

The W. James Samford, Jr. Foundation in Opelika has endowed The Philip Lutzenkirchen Excellence in Public Speaking Award. The funds will support a public speaking competition in the School of Communication and Journalism at Auburn University in honor of the late Auburn tight end and communication graduate, Philip Lutzenkirchen. [Read more]

Executive MBA students to make pitch at $1.5 million startup competition

Terry Namkung and Fred Parnell

Two Harbert College Executive MBA, or EMBA, students at Auburn University have been chosen to compete April 6-8 in the Rice Business Plan Competition, the world’s richest and largest graduate-level student startup competition. The business plan submitted by students Terry Namkung and Fred Parnell was chosen from more than 500 applications to the Rice Business Plan Competition in Houston. Namkung serves as CEO of DC Energy Systems, while Parnell is the quality assurance director. [Read more]

Harrison School of Pharmacy, ADECA combat illicit, prescription drug abuse

The Harrison School of Pharmacy at Auburn University is helping the state of Alabama fight a growing national problem–the abuse of prescribed and illicit drugs. [Read more]

Marlo Thomas of ‘That Girl’ coming to Auburn University in April

Award-winning actress Marlo Thomas will be the keynote speaker for the 15th annual Women's Philanthropy Board Spring Symposium and Luncheon on Monday, April 3 at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. [Read more]

Veterinary medicine students have headed out for eight weeks of real world experience

The week of spring break at Auburn University, 121 Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 2017 students began preceptorships throughout the state and beyond to gain real world experience in their chosen disciplines under the supervision of veterinarians around the United States. During the eight-week experience, students apply what they have learned in classrooms, laboratories and clinical rotations. [Read more

Auburn University galvanizes university leaders, students to address food waste on campuses

Auburn University is leading a gathering of nearly 100 university and multi-sector leaders this week to discuss how universities can take a leadership role in creating zero food waste and hunger free campuses. [Read more]

Lutzenkirchen public speaking award successfully endowed by foundation in Opelika

The W. James Samford, Jr. Foundation in Opelika has endowed The Philip Lutzenkirchen Excellence in Public Speaking Award. The funds will support a public speaking competition in the School of Communication and Journalism at Auburn University in honor of the late Auburn tight end and communication graduate, Philip Lutzenkirchen. [Read more]

Executive MBA students to make pitch at $1.5 million startup competition

Terry Namkung and Fred Parnell

Two Harbert College Executive MBA, or EMBA, students at Auburn University have been chosen to compete April 6-8 in the Rice Business Plan Competition, the world’s richest and largest graduate-level student startup competition. The business plan submitted by students Terry Namkung and Fred Parnell was chosen from more than 500 applications to the Rice Business Plan Competition in Houston. Namkung serves as CEO of DC Energy Systems, while Parnell is the quality assurance director. [Read more]

Harrison School of Pharmacy, ADECA combat illicit, prescription drug abuse

The Harrison School of Pharmacy at Auburn University is helping the state of Alabama fight a growing national problem–the abuse of prescribed and illicit drugs. [Read more]

Marlo Thomas of ‘That Girl’ coming to Auburn University in April

Award-winning actress Marlo Thomas will be the keynote speaker for the 15th annual Women's Philanthropy Board Spring Symposium and Luncheon on Monday, April 3 at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. [Read more]

Veterinary medicine students have headed out for eight weeks of real world experience

The week of spring break at Auburn University, 121 Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 2017 students began preceptorships throughout the state and beyond to gain real world experience in their chosen disciplines under the supervision of veterinarians around the United States. During the eight-week experience, students apply what they have learned in classrooms, laboratories and clinical rotations. [Read more

Auburn University galvanizes university leaders, students to address food waste on campuses

Auburn University is leading a gathering of nearly 100 university and multi-sector leaders this week to discuss how universities can take a leadership role in creating zero food waste and hunger free campuses. [Read more]

Lutzenkirchen public speaking award successfully endowed by foundation in Opelika

The W. James Samford, Jr. Foundation in Opelika has endowed The Philip Lutzenkirchen Excellence in Public Speaking Award. The funds will support a public speaking competition in the School of Communication and Journalism at Auburn University in honor of the late Auburn tight end and communication graduate, Philip Lutzenkirchen. [Read more]

Executive MBA students to make pitch at $1.5 million startup competition

Terry Namkung and Fred Parnell

Two Harbert College Executive MBA, or EMBA, students at Auburn University have been chosen to compete April 6-8 in the Rice Business Plan Competition, the world’s richest and largest graduate-level student startup competition. The business plan submitted by students Terry Namkung and Fred Parnell was chosen from more than 500 applications to the Rice Business Plan Competition in Houston. Namkung serves as CEO of DC Energy Systems, while Parnell is the quality assurance director. [Read more]

Harrison School of Pharmacy, ADECA combat illicit, prescription drug abuse

The Harrison School of Pharmacy at Auburn University is helping the state of Alabama fight a growing national problem–the abuse of prescribed and illicit drugs. [Read more]

Marlo Thomas of ‘That Girl’ coming to Auburn University in April

Award-winning actress Marlo Thomas will be the keynote speaker for the 15th annual Women's Philanthropy Board Spring Symposium and Luncheon on Monday, April 3 at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. [Read more]


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