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This Week @ Auburn
April 10, 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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University unveils plans for the Mell Corridor project

Auburn University officials have released plans for the $4 million Mell Corridor project. The project, approved during the April 7 Auburn University Board of Trustees meeting, will include a separated bicycle and pedestrian walkway, new seating and gathering space adjacent to the Mell Classroom Building, a significant outdoor dining promenade, relocated accessible parking lot space for Mary Martin Hall and a permanent welcome kiosk at the intersection of College Street and West Thach Avenue. Read more about the Mell Corridor project.


Thank A-You Day set for April 11-12

Auburn University's Office of Development is hosting Thank A-You Day April 11-12 as a way for students, faculty and staff to show appreciation for donors. The Auburn experience isn’t just about academics—it’s also about the rich history of community and collaboration within the Auburn Family. From 10 a.m.-2 p.m., members of the Auburn Family can stop by one of 19 locations across campus to say thanks through a note, video or photo. 

Whether attending on scholarship, being inspired by great faculty, learning in state-of-the-art buildings, or getting opportunities for hands-on experience, every Auburn student benefits from philanthropy during their time on campus. Thank A-You Day gives the Auburn Family the opportunity to thank donors for their generosity and educate the Auburn community about the importance of philanthropic support. Thanks to the gifts of committed and loyal Auburn donors, we are able to see further and dream bigger!

Senior awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to teach in Belgium

Auburn University senior Jean Phillippe "Tres" Bodet III was recently awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to Belgium where he will serve as an English teaching assistant. Bodet is pursuing a double major in psychology and communication and a minor in French with the College of Liberal Arts and is a member of the Honors College. Read more about Bodet.

Apple CEO and Auburn alumnus Tim Cook speaks to students on diversity and inclusion

Apple CEO and Auburn alumnus Tim Cook spoke exclusively to Auburn University students April 6 as part a visit to The Plains. His lecture, “Conversations with Tim Cook—A Personal View of Inclusion and Diversity,” was hosted by the Student Government Association. Read more about Tim Cook's visit to Auburn. Read more about Tim Cook's visit to Auburn. 

Board of Trustees creates masters, doctorate programs for nursing at Auburn, Auburn Montgomery

The Auburn University Board of Trustees agreed at its April 7 meeting to create separate Master of Science in Nursing programs at Auburn and Auburn University Montgomery. Since 2006, both campuses have provided a joint master’s program via distance education. The proposal to create two independent programs is deemed necessary as both campuses now have the faculty, facilities and academic and student support services to support independent programs. Read more about action items from the April Board of Trustees meeting.

Davis Arboretum hosting inaugural Auburn Azalea Festival

The Davis Arboretum at Auburn University will host its inaugural Auburn Azalea Festival on Saturday, April 15. The event will begin with a spring native plant sale at 8 a.m., featuring the Auburn Azalea plants series. Read more about the azalea festival.

Thank A-You Day set for April 11-12

Auburn University's Office of Development is hosting Thank A-You Day April 11-12 as a way for students, faculty and staff to show appreciation for donors. The Auburn experience isn’t just about academics—it’s also about the rich history of community and collaboration within the Auburn Family. From 10 a.m.-2 p.m., members of the Auburn Family can stop by one of 19 locations across campus to say thanks through a note, video or photo. 

Whether attending on scholarship, being inspired by great faculty, learning in state-of-the-art buildings, or getting opportunities for hands-on experience, every Auburn student benefits from philanthropy during their time on campus. Thank A-You Day gives the Auburn Family the opportunity to thank donors for their generosity and educate the Auburn community about the importance of philanthropic support. Thanks to the gifts of committed and loyal Auburn donors, we are able to see further and dream bigger!

Senior awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to teach in Belgium

Auburn University senior Jean Phillippe "Tres" Bodet III was recently awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to Belgium where he will serve as an English teaching assistant. Bodet is pursuing a double major in psychology and communication and a minor in French with the College of Liberal Arts and is a member of the Honors College. Read more about Bodet.

Apple CEO and Auburn alumnus Tim Cook speaks to students on diversity and inclusion

Apple CEO and Auburn alumnus Tim Cook spoke exclusively to Auburn University students April 6 as part a visit to The Plains. His lecture, “Conversations with Tim Cook—A Personal View of Inclusion and Diversity,” was hosted by the Student Government Association. Read more about Tim Cook's visit to Auburn. Read more about Tim Cook's visit to Auburn. 

Board of Trustees creates masters, doctorate programs for nursing at Auburn, Auburn Montgomery

The Auburn University Board of Trustees agreed at its April 7 meeting to create separate Master of Science in Nursing programs at Auburn and Auburn University Montgomery. Since 2006, both campuses have provided a joint master’s program via distance education. The proposal to create two independent programs is deemed necessary as both campuses now have the faculty, facilities and academic and student support services to support independent programs. Read more about action items from the April Board of Trustees meeting.

Davis Arboretum hosting inaugural Auburn Azalea Festival

The Davis Arboretum at Auburn University will host its inaugural Auburn Azalea Festival on Saturday, April 15. The event will begin with a spring native plant sale at 8 a.m., featuring the Auburn Azalea plants series. Read more about the azalea festival.

Thank A-You Day set for April 11-12

Auburn University's Office of Development is hosting Thank A-You Day April 11-12 as a way for students, faculty and staff to show appreciation for donors. The Auburn experience isn’t just about academics—it’s also about the rich history of community and collaboration within the Auburn Family. From 10 a.m.-2 p.m., members of the Auburn Family can stop by one of 19 locations across campus to say thanks through a note, video or photo. 

Whether attending on scholarship, being inspired by great faculty, learning in state-of-the-art buildings, or getting opportunities for hands-on experience, every Auburn student benefits from philanthropy during their time on campus. Thank A-You Day gives the Auburn Family the opportunity to thank donors for their generosity and educate the Auburn community about the importance of philanthropic support. Thanks to the gifts of committed and loyal Auburn donors, we are able to see further and dream bigger!

Senior awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to teach in Belgium

Auburn University senior Jean Phillippe "Tres" Bodet III was recently awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to Belgium where he will serve as an English teaching assistant. Bodet is pursuing a double major in psychology and communication and a minor in French with the College of Liberal Arts and is a member of the Honors College. Read more about Bodet.

Apple CEO and Auburn alumnus Tim Cook speaks to students on diversity and inclusion

Apple CEO and Auburn alumnus Tim Cook spoke exclusively to Auburn University students April 6 as part a visit to The Plains. His lecture, “Conversations with Tim Cook—A Personal View of Inclusion and Diversity,” was hosted by the Student Government Association. Read more about Tim Cook's visit to Auburn. Read more about Tim Cook's visit to Auburn. 

Board of Trustees creates masters, doctorate programs for nursing at Auburn, Auburn Montgomery

The Auburn University Board of Trustees agreed at its April 7 meeting to create separate Master of Science in Nursing programs at Auburn and Auburn University Montgomery. Since 2006, both campuses have provided a joint master’s program via distance education. The proposal to create two independent programs is deemed necessary as both campuses now have the faculty, facilities and academic and student support services to support independent programs. Read more about action items from the April Board of Trustees meeting.

Davis Arboretum hosting inaugural Auburn Azalea Festival

The Davis Arboretum at Auburn University will host its inaugural Auburn Azalea Festival on Saturday, April 15. The event will begin with a spring native plant sale at 8 a.m., featuring the Auburn Azalea plants series. Read more about the azalea festival.

Thank A-You Day set for April 11-12

Auburn University's Office of Development is hosting Thank A-You Day April 11-12 as a way for students, faculty and staff to show appreciation for donors. The Auburn experience isn’t just about academics—it’s also about the rich history of community and collaboration within the Auburn Family. From 10 a.m.-2 p.m., members of the Auburn Family can stop by one of 19 locations across campus to say thanks through a note, video or photo. 

Whether attending on scholarship, being inspired by great faculty, learning in state-of-the-art buildings, or getting opportunities for hands-on experience, every Auburn student benefits from philanthropy during their time on campus. Thank A-You Day gives the Auburn Family the opportunity to thank donors for their generosity and educate the Auburn community about the importance of philanthropic support. Thanks to the gifts of committed and loyal Auburn donors, we are able to see further and dream bigger!

Senior awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to teach in Belgium

Auburn University senior Jean Phillippe "Tres" Bodet III was recently awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to Belgium where he will serve as an English teaching assistant. Bodet is pursuing a double major in psychology and communication and a minor in French with the College of Liberal Arts and is a member of the Honors College. Read more about Bodet.

Apple CEO and Auburn alumnus Tim Cook speaks to students on diversity and inclusion

Apple CEO and Auburn alumnus Tim Cook spoke exclusively to Auburn University students April 6 as part a visit to The Plains. His lecture, “Conversations with Tim Cook—A Personal View of Inclusion and Diversity,” was hosted by the Student Government Association. Read more about Tim Cook's visit to Auburn. Read more about Tim Cook's visit to Auburn. 

Board of Trustees creates masters, doctorate programs for nursing at Auburn, Auburn Montgomery

The Auburn University Board of Trustees agreed at its April 7 meeting to create separate Master of Science in Nursing programs at Auburn and Auburn University Montgomery. Since 2006, both campuses have provided a joint master’s program via distance education. The proposal to create two independent programs is deemed necessary as both campuses now have the faculty, facilities and academic and student support services to support independent programs. Read more about action items from the April Board of Trustees meeting.

Davis Arboretum hosting inaugural Auburn Azalea Festival

The Davis Arboretum at Auburn University will host its inaugural Auburn Azalea Festival on Saturday, April 15. The event will begin with a spring native plant sale at 8 a.m., featuring the Auburn Azalea plants series. Read more about the azalea festival.

Thank A-You Day set for April 11-12

Auburn University's Office of Development is hosting Thank A-You Day April 11-12 as a way for students, faculty and staff to show appreciation for donors. The Auburn experience isn’t just about academics—it’s also about the rich history of community and collaboration within the Auburn Family. From 10 a.m.-2 p.m., members of the Auburn Family can stop by one of 19 locations across campus to say thanks through a note, video or photo. 

Whether attending on scholarship, being inspired by great faculty, learning in state-of-the-art buildings, or getting opportunities for hands-on experience, every Auburn student benefits from philanthropy during their time on campus. Thank A-You Day gives the Auburn Family the opportunity to thank donors for their generosity and educate the Auburn community about the importance of philanthropic support. Thanks to the gifts of committed and loyal Auburn donors, we are able to see further and dream bigger!

Senior awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to teach in Belgium

Auburn University senior Jean Phillippe "Tres" Bodet III was recently awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to Belgium where he will serve as an English teaching assistant. Bodet is pursuing a double major in psychology and communication and a minor in French with the College of Liberal Arts and is a member of the Honors College. Read more about Bodet.

Apple CEO and Auburn alumnus Tim Cook speaks to students on diversity and inclusion

Apple CEO and Auburn alumnus Tim Cook spoke exclusively to Auburn University students April 6 as part a visit to The Plains. His lecture, “Conversations with Tim Cook—A Personal View of Inclusion and Diversity,” was hosted by the Student Government Association. Read more about Tim Cook's visit to Auburn. Read more about Tim Cook's visit to Auburn. 

Board of Trustees creates masters, doctorate programs for nursing at Auburn, Auburn Montgomery

The Auburn University Board of Trustees agreed at its April 7 meeting to create separate Master of Science in Nursing programs at Auburn and Auburn University Montgomery. Since 2006, both campuses have provided a joint master’s program via distance education. The proposal to create two independent programs is deemed necessary as both campuses now have the faculty, facilities and academic and student support services to support independent programs. Read more about action items from the April Board of Trustees meeting.

Davis Arboretum hosting inaugural Auburn Azalea Festival

The Davis Arboretum at Auburn University will host its inaugural Auburn Azalea Festival on Saturday, April 15. The event will begin with a spring native plant sale at 8 a.m., featuring the Auburn Azalea plants series. Read more about the azalea festival.


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