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This Week @ Auburn
April 24, 2017

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Twenty-seven students win awards at ‘This is Research: Student Symposium 2017’

Twenty-seven students took home awards for their research and creative scholarship posters and oral presentations during the recent “This is Research: Student Symposium 2017” in the Student Center. The winners were announced during an awards ceremony April 20 in the Student Center ballroom. Read more about the research symposium winners.


Auburn University Photographic Services offering graduation portraits May 3-4

Auburn University Photographic Services is offering graduation portraits for students on May 3-4 from 8:30-11:30 a.m. and 1-4:30 p.m. in 104 Foy Hall. Read more about graduation portraits.

Alum reflects on leading the development of the Hubble Space Telescope

NASA has called it the "most significant advance in astronomy since Galileo's telescope." It has been orbiting 340 miles above the Earth's surface since its launch from Space Shuttle Discovery on April 24, 1990. Since then, scientists have used its unobstructed view of the universe to make more than one million observations about planets, stars, black holes and galaxies. It is the Hubble Space Telescope—an instrument only intended to endure 10 years in space—that continues to broaden our understanding of the universe as it circles the globe. Auburn University alumnus Jim Odom led its development and helped make this exceptional view of space possible. Read more about Jim Odom. 

Office of Sustainability recognizes campus, community efforts with 2017 Spirit of Sustainability Awards

The Auburn University Office of Sustainability held its fifth annual Spirit of Sustainability Awards ceremony April 20, to recognize the accomplishments of students, faculty, staff and alumni who "exemplify the Auburn spirit by making significant contributions toward sustainability on campus or in the community." Read more about the Spirit of Sustainability Awards.

Bo Bikes Bama coming to Auburn April 29

In April 2011, a series of devastating tornadoes ripped through Alabama claiming hundreds of lives and destroying countless homes. As a native Alabamian, Bo Jackson wanted to help the recovery process and contribute to the construction of shelters for future natural disasters through Bo Bikes Bama. The sixth annual Bo Bikes Bama bike ride will be Saturday, April 29, starting and finishing at Auburn Arena for participants who want to ride 60 miles or 20 miles. Read more about Bo Bikes Bama.

Auburn University Photographic Services offering graduation portraits May 3-4

Auburn University Photographic Services is offering graduation portraits for students on May 3-4 from 8:30-11:30 a.m. and 1-4:30 p.m. in 104 Foy Hall. Read more about graduation portraits.

Alum reflects on leading the development of the Hubble Space Telescope

NASA has called it the "most significant advance in astronomy since Galileo's telescope." It has been orbiting 340 miles above the Earth's surface since its launch from Space Shuttle Discovery on April 24, 1990. Since then, scientists have used its unobstructed view of the universe to make more than one million observations about planets, stars, black holes and galaxies. It is the Hubble Space Telescope—an instrument only intended to endure 10 years in space—that continues to broaden our understanding of the universe as it circles the globe. Auburn University alumnus Jim Odom led its development and helped make this exceptional view of space possible. Read more about Jim Odom. 

Office of Sustainability recognizes campus, community efforts with 2017 Spirit of Sustainability Awards

The Auburn University Office of Sustainability held its fifth annual Spirit of Sustainability Awards ceremony April 20, to recognize the accomplishments of students, faculty, staff and alumni who "exemplify the Auburn spirit by making significant contributions toward sustainability on campus or in the community." Read more about the Spirit of Sustainability Awards.

Bo Bikes Bama coming to Auburn April 29

In April 2011, a series of devastating tornadoes ripped through Alabama claiming hundreds of lives and destroying countless homes. As a native Alabamian, Bo Jackson wanted to help the recovery process and contribute to the construction of shelters for future natural disasters through Bo Bikes Bama. The sixth annual Bo Bikes Bama bike ride will be Saturday, April 29, starting and finishing at Auburn Arena for participants who want to ride 60 miles or 20 miles. Read more about Bo Bikes Bama.

Auburn University Photographic Services offering graduation portraits May 3-4

Auburn University Photographic Services is offering graduation portraits for students on May 3-4 from 8:30-11:30 a.m. and 1-4:30 p.m. in 104 Foy Hall. Read more about graduation portraits.

Alum reflects on leading the development of the Hubble Space Telescope

NASA has called it the "most significant advance in astronomy since Galileo's telescope." It has been orbiting 340 miles above the Earth's surface since its launch from Space Shuttle Discovery on April 24, 1990. Since then, scientists have used its unobstructed view of the universe to make more than one million observations about planets, stars, black holes and galaxies. It is the Hubble Space Telescope—an instrument only intended to endure 10 years in space—that continues to broaden our understanding of the universe as it circles the globe. Auburn University alumnus Jim Odom led its development and helped make this exceptional view of space possible. Read more about Jim Odom. 

Office of Sustainability recognizes campus, community efforts with 2017 Spirit of Sustainability Awards

The Auburn University Office of Sustainability held its fifth annual Spirit of Sustainability Awards ceremony April 20, to recognize the accomplishments of students, faculty, staff and alumni who "exemplify the Auburn spirit by making significant contributions toward sustainability on campus or in the community." Read more about the Spirit of Sustainability Awards.

Bo Bikes Bama coming to Auburn April 29

In April 2011, a series of devastating tornadoes ripped through Alabama claiming hundreds of lives and destroying countless homes. As a native Alabamian, Bo Jackson wanted to help the recovery process and contribute to the construction of shelters for future natural disasters through Bo Bikes Bama. The sixth annual Bo Bikes Bama bike ride will be Saturday, April 29, starting and finishing at Auburn Arena for participants who want to ride 60 miles or 20 miles. Read more about Bo Bikes Bama.

Auburn University Photographic Services offering graduation portraits May 3-4

Auburn University Photographic Services is offering graduation portraits for students on May 3-4 from 8:30-11:30 a.m. and 1-4:30 p.m. in 104 Foy Hall. Read more about graduation portraits.

Alum reflects on leading the development of the Hubble Space Telescope

NASA has called it the "most significant advance in astronomy since Galileo's telescope." It has been orbiting 340 miles above the Earth's surface since its launch from Space Shuttle Discovery on April 24, 1990. Since then, scientists have used its unobstructed view of the universe to make more than one million observations about planets, stars, black holes and galaxies. It is the Hubble Space Telescope—an instrument only intended to endure 10 years in space—that continues to broaden our understanding of the universe as it circles the globe. Auburn University alumnus Jim Odom led its development and helped make this exceptional view of space possible. Read more about Jim Odom. 

Office of Sustainability recognizes campus, community efforts with 2017 Spirit of Sustainability Awards

The Auburn University Office of Sustainability held its fifth annual Spirit of Sustainability Awards ceremony April 20, to recognize the accomplishments of students, faculty, staff and alumni who "exemplify the Auburn spirit by making significant contributions toward sustainability on campus or in the community." Read more about the Spirit of Sustainability Awards.

Bo Bikes Bama coming to Auburn April 29

In April 2011, a series of devastating tornadoes ripped through Alabama claiming hundreds of lives and destroying countless homes. As a native Alabamian, Bo Jackson wanted to help the recovery process and contribute to the construction of shelters for future natural disasters through Bo Bikes Bama. The sixth annual Bo Bikes Bama bike ride will be Saturday, April 29, starting and finishing at Auburn Arena for participants who want to ride 60 miles or 20 miles. Read more about Bo Bikes Bama.


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