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This Week @ Auburn
May 17, 2017

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University, community invited to event celebrating the Gogues

Auburn University is hosting an event Tuesday, May 23, to celebrate President Jay Gogue's 10 years of service and upcoming retirement. A website honoring his contributions to the campus and community launched today. The tribute website includes a video Q&A with President Gogue, milestones, a timeline, photos and a guestbook. Visit the website to read more about President Gogue's tenure at Auburn and to leave a congratulatory message on the guestbook.


Professor develops cost-effective, staph-resistant bandage

Staph infections affect thousands of people each year, often occurring as a person recovers from surgery or a wound. But an Auburn University professor has developed a better bandage that could keep you from becoming infected. Professor Emeritus Dave Worley of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the College of Sciences and Mathematics is applying his patented N-halamine chemistry to gauze bandages to kill any bacteria that might contact a wound. Read more about Worley's research.

ePortfolio Project honors exceptional students and faculty

Award winners pictured with Provost Timothy Boosinger, clockwise from top left, are Hallie Nelson, Parker Wade, Jamie McClintock and Elizabeth Devore.

The ePortfolio Project at Auburn University has named four Auburn students—Elizabeth Devore, Jamie McClintock, Hallie Nelson and Parker Wade—as recipients of the Outstanding ePortfolio Award for their exceptional ePortfolios. Winners of this award have demonstrated excellence in creating ePortfolios directed toward the professional audiences in their respective fields. Read more about the award recipients.

Professor to conduct Vivaldi’s ‘Gloria’ at Lincoln Center

Distinguished Concerts International New York, or DCINY, will welcome William Powell and 26 Auburn University students on May 29 to perform at Lincoln Center in New York City. Read more about the performance.

Rylie Gay named Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow

Rylie Gay and College of Liberal Arts Dean Joseph Aistrup

Campus Compact recently named Auburn University student Rylie Gay a 2017 Newman Civic Fellow for her commitment to community development and the betterment of society through citizen action. Read more about Gay.

University officials aid plans to achieve domestic, global food security

Auburn University administrators recently joined a group of prominent university, government, non-governmental organizations and business leaders to examine global food security challenges and develop strategies for public research universities to address. Read more about Auburn's work with global food security.

Market at Ag Heritage Park offers farm-fresh produce Thursdays through Aug. 24

The Market at Ag Heritage Park kicks off its 2017 season Thursday, May 11, from 3 to 6 p.m. on the Auburn University campus and will be open every Thursday, same time and place, through Aug. 24. Read more about the market.

Facilities Management releases 2017 summer project map

Auburn University Facilities Management recently published its 2017 summer project map. The map highlights 116 projects that will begin or will be completed during the summer semester. Read more about the projects scheduled for this summer.

Winners of Student Employment Awards announced

The Auburn University Career Center hosted 200 students, supervisors and special guests recently at the Student Employment Awards, which culminated National Student Employment Week. The Career Center encouraged Auburn University faculty and staff as well as Auburn and Opelika area businesses to celebrate student employee contributions by nominating exceptional workers for recognition. Additionally, student employees were given an opportunity to nominate outstanding supervisors who have provided leadership and demonstrated commitment to student employment. Of the 75 nominees, four individuals were selected for divisional awards. Award winners are, pictured above from left, Amrut Sadachar, Supervisor of the Year; Peter Sousa, Student-Supervisor of the Year; Lana Watson, Off-Campus Student Employee of the Year; and Kelsey Halla, On-Campus Student Employee of the Year. Read more about the Student Employment Awards.

Professor develops cost-effective, staph-resistant bandage

Staph infections affect thousands of people each year, often occurring as a person recovers from surgery or a wound. But an Auburn University professor has developed a better bandage that could keep you from becoming infected. Professor Emeritus Dave Worley of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the College of Sciences and Mathematics is applying his patented N-halamine chemistry to gauze bandages to kill any bacteria that might contact a wound. Read more about Worley's research.

ePortfolio Project honors exceptional students and faculty

Award winners pictured with Provost Timothy Boosinger, clockwise from top left, are Hallie Nelson, Parker Wade, Jamie McClintock and Elizabeth Devore.

The ePortfolio Project at Auburn University has named four Auburn students—Elizabeth Devore, Jamie McClintock, Hallie Nelson and Parker Wade—as recipients of the Outstanding ePortfolio Award for their exceptional ePortfolios. Winners of this award have demonstrated excellence in creating ePortfolios directed toward the professional audiences in their respective fields. Read more about the award recipients.

Professor to conduct Vivaldi’s ‘Gloria’ at Lincoln Center

Distinguished Concerts International New York, or DCINY, will welcome William Powell and 26 Auburn University students on May 29 to perform at Lincoln Center in New York City. Read more about the performance.

Rylie Gay named Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow

Rylie Gay and College of Liberal Arts Dean Joseph Aistrup

Campus Compact recently named Auburn University student Rylie Gay a 2017 Newman Civic Fellow for her commitment to community development and the betterment of society through citizen action. Read more about Gay.

University officials aid plans to achieve domestic, global food security

Auburn University administrators recently joined a group of prominent university, government, non-governmental organizations and business leaders to examine global food security challenges and develop strategies for public research universities to address. Read more about Auburn's work with global food security.

Market at Ag Heritage Park offers farm-fresh produce Thursdays through Aug. 24

The Market at Ag Heritage Park kicks off its 2017 season Thursday, May 11, from 3 to 6 p.m. on the Auburn University campus and will be open every Thursday, same time and place, through Aug. 24. Read more about the market.

Facilities Management releases 2017 summer project map

Auburn University Facilities Management recently published its 2017 summer project map. The map highlights 116 projects that will begin or will be completed during the summer semester. Read more about the projects scheduled for this summer.

Winners of Student Employment Awards announced

The Auburn University Career Center hosted 200 students, supervisors and special guests recently at the Student Employment Awards, which culminated National Student Employment Week. The Career Center encouraged Auburn University faculty and staff as well as Auburn and Opelika area businesses to celebrate student employee contributions by nominating exceptional workers for recognition. Additionally, student employees were given an opportunity to nominate outstanding supervisors who have provided leadership and demonstrated commitment to student employment. Of the 75 nominees, four individuals were selected for divisional awards. Award winners are, pictured above from left, Amrut Sadachar, Supervisor of the Year; Peter Sousa, Student-Supervisor of the Year; Lana Watson, Off-Campus Student Employee of the Year; and Kelsey Halla, On-Campus Student Employee of the Year. Read more about the Student Employment Awards.

Professor develops cost-effective, staph-resistant bandage

Staph infections affect thousands of people each year, often occurring as a person recovers from surgery or a wound. But an Auburn University professor has developed a better bandage that could keep you from becoming infected. Professor Emeritus Dave Worley of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the College of Sciences and Mathematics is applying his patented N-halamine chemistry to gauze bandages to kill any bacteria that might contact a wound. Read more about Worley's research.

ePortfolio Project honors exceptional students and faculty

Award winners pictured with Provost Timothy Boosinger, clockwise from top left, are Hallie Nelson, Parker Wade, Jamie McClintock and Elizabeth Devore.

The ePortfolio Project at Auburn University has named four Auburn students—Elizabeth Devore, Jamie McClintock, Hallie Nelson and Parker Wade—as recipients of the Outstanding ePortfolio Award for their exceptional ePortfolios. Winners of this award have demonstrated excellence in creating ePortfolios directed toward the professional audiences in their respective fields. Read more about the award recipients.

Professor to conduct Vivaldi’s ‘Gloria’ at Lincoln Center

Distinguished Concerts International New York, or DCINY, will welcome William Powell and 26 Auburn University students on May 29 to perform at Lincoln Center in New York City. Read more about the performance.

Rylie Gay named Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow

Rylie Gay and College of Liberal Arts Dean Joseph Aistrup

Campus Compact recently named Auburn University student Rylie Gay a 2017 Newman Civic Fellow for her commitment to community development and the betterment of society through citizen action. Read more about Gay.

University officials aid plans to achieve domestic, global food security

Auburn University administrators recently joined a group of prominent university, government, non-governmental organizations and business leaders to examine global food security challenges and develop strategies for public research universities to address. Read more about Auburn's work with global food security.

Market at Ag Heritage Park offers farm-fresh produce Thursdays through Aug. 24

The Market at Ag Heritage Park kicks off its 2017 season Thursday, May 11, from 3 to 6 p.m. on the Auburn University campus and will be open every Thursday, same time and place, through Aug. 24. Read more about the market.

Facilities Management releases 2017 summer project map

Auburn University Facilities Management recently published its 2017 summer project map. The map highlights 116 projects that will begin or will be completed during the summer semester. Read more about the projects scheduled for this summer.

Winners of Student Employment Awards announced

The Auburn University Career Center hosted 200 students, supervisors and special guests recently at the Student Employment Awards, which culminated National Student Employment Week. The Career Center encouraged Auburn University faculty and staff as well as Auburn and Opelika area businesses to celebrate student employee contributions by nominating exceptional workers for recognition. Additionally, student employees were given an opportunity to nominate outstanding supervisors who have provided leadership and demonstrated commitment to student employment. Of the 75 nominees, four individuals were selected for divisional awards. Award winners are, pictured above from left, Amrut Sadachar, Supervisor of the Year; Peter Sousa, Student-Supervisor of the Year; Lana Watson, Off-Campus Student Employee of the Year; and Kelsey Halla, On-Campus Student Employee of the Year. Read more about the Student Employment Awards.

Professor develops cost-effective, staph-resistant bandage

Staph infections affect thousands of people each year, often occurring as a person recovers from surgery or a wound. But an Auburn University professor has developed a better bandage that could keep you from becoming infected. Professor Emeritus Dave Worley of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the College of Sciences and Mathematics is applying his patented N-halamine chemistry to gauze bandages to kill any bacteria that might contact a wound. Read more about Worley's research.

ePortfolio Project honors exceptional students and faculty

Award winners pictured with Provost Timothy Boosinger, clockwise from top left, are Hallie Nelson, Parker Wade, Jamie McClintock and Elizabeth Devore.

The ePortfolio Project at Auburn University has named four Auburn students—Elizabeth Devore, Jamie McClintock, Hallie Nelson and Parker Wade—as recipients of the Outstanding ePortfolio Award for their exceptional ePortfolios. Winners of this award have demonstrated excellence in creating ePortfolios directed toward the professional audiences in their respective fields. Read more about the award recipients.

Professor to conduct Vivaldi’s ‘Gloria’ at Lincoln Center

Distinguished Concerts International New York, or DCINY, will welcome William Powell and 26 Auburn University students on May 29 to perform at Lincoln Center in New York City. Read more about the performance.

Rylie Gay named Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow

Rylie Gay and College of Liberal Arts Dean Joseph Aistrup

Campus Compact recently named Auburn University student Rylie Gay a 2017 Newman Civic Fellow for her commitment to community development and the betterment of society through citizen action. Read more about Gay.

University officials aid plans to achieve domestic, global food security

Auburn University administrators recently joined a group of prominent university, government, non-governmental organizations and business leaders to examine global food security challenges and develop strategies for public research universities to address. Read more about Auburn's work with global food security.

Market at Ag Heritage Park offers farm-fresh produce Thursdays through Aug. 24

The Market at Ag Heritage Park kicks off its 2017 season Thursday, May 11, from 3 to 6 p.m. on the Auburn University campus and will be open every Thursday, same time and place, through Aug. 24. Read more about the market.

Facilities Management releases 2017 summer project map

Auburn University Facilities Management recently published its 2017 summer project map. The map highlights 116 projects that will begin or will be completed during the summer semester. Read more about the projects scheduled for this summer.

Winners of Student Employment Awards announced

The Auburn University Career Center hosted 200 students, supervisors and special guests recently at the Student Employment Awards, which culminated National Student Employment Week. The Career Center encouraged Auburn University faculty and staff as well as Auburn and Opelika area businesses to celebrate student employee contributions by nominating exceptional workers for recognition. Additionally, student employees were given an opportunity to nominate outstanding supervisors who have provided leadership and demonstrated commitment to student employment. Of the 75 nominees, four individuals were selected for divisional awards. Award winners are, pictured above from left, Amrut Sadachar, Supervisor of the Year; Peter Sousa, Student-Supervisor of the Year; Lana Watson, Off-Campus Student Employee of the Year; and Kelsey Halla, On-Campus Student Employee of the Year. Read more about the Student Employment Awards.

Professor develops cost-effective, staph-resistant bandage

Staph infections affect thousands of people each year, often occurring as a person recovers from surgery or a wound. But an Auburn University professor has developed a better bandage that could keep you from becoming infected. Professor Emeritus Dave Worley of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the College of Sciences and Mathematics is applying his patented N-halamine chemistry to gauze bandages to kill any bacteria that might contact a wound. Read more about Worley's research.

ePortfolio Project honors exceptional students and faculty

Award winners pictured with Provost Timothy Boosinger, clockwise from top left, are Hallie Nelson, Parker Wade, Jamie McClintock and Elizabeth Devore.

The ePortfolio Project at Auburn University has named four Auburn students—Elizabeth Devore, Jamie McClintock, Hallie Nelson and Parker Wade—as recipients of the Outstanding ePortfolio Award for their exceptional ePortfolios. Winners of this award have demonstrated excellence in creating ePortfolios directed toward the professional audiences in their respective fields. Read more about the award recipients.

Professor to conduct Vivaldi’s ‘Gloria’ at Lincoln Center

Distinguished Concerts International New York, or DCINY, will welcome William Powell and 26 Auburn University students on May 29 to perform at Lincoln Center in New York City. Read more about the performance.

Rylie Gay named Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow

Rylie Gay and College of Liberal Arts Dean Joseph Aistrup

Campus Compact recently named Auburn University student Rylie Gay a 2017 Newman Civic Fellow for her commitment to community development and the betterment of society through citizen action. Read more about Gay.

University officials aid plans to achieve domestic, global food security

Auburn University administrators recently joined a group of prominent university, government, non-governmental organizations and business leaders to examine global food security challenges and develop strategies for public research universities to address. Read more about Auburn's work with global food security.

Market at Ag Heritage Park offers farm-fresh produce Thursdays through Aug. 24

The Market at Ag Heritage Park kicks off its 2017 season Thursday, May 11, from 3 to 6 p.m. on the Auburn University campus and will be open every Thursday, same time and place, through Aug. 24. Read more about the market.

Facilities Management releases 2017 summer project map

Auburn University Facilities Management recently published its 2017 summer project map. The map highlights 116 projects that will begin or will be completed during the summer semester. Read more about the projects scheduled for this summer.

Winners of Student Employment Awards announced

The Auburn University Career Center hosted 200 students, supervisors and special guests recently at the Student Employment Awards, which culminated National Student Employment Week. The Career Center encouraged Auburn University faculty and staff as well as Auburn and Opelika area businesses to celebrate student employee contributions by nominating exceptional workers for recognition. Additionally, student employees were given an opportunity to nominate outstanding supervisors who have provided leadership and demonstrated commitment to student employment. Of the 75 nominees, four individuals were selected for divisional awards. Award winners are, pictured above from left, Amrut Sadachar, Supervisor of the Year; Peter Sousa, Student-Supervisor of the Year; Lana Watson, Off-Campus Student Employee of the Year; and Kelsey Halla, On-Campus Student Employee of the Year. Read more about the Student Employment Awards.

Professor develops cost-effective, staph-resistant bandage

Staph infections affect thousands of people each year, often occurring as a person recovers from surgery or a wound. But an Auburn University professor has developed a better bandage that could keep you from becoming infected. Professor Emeritus Dave Worley of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the College of Sciences and Mathematics is applying his patented N-halamine chemistry to gauze bandages to kill any bacteria that might contact a wound. Read more about Worley's research.

ePortfolio Project honors exceptional students and faculty

Award winners pictured with Provost Timothy Boosinger, clockwise from top left, are Hallie Nelson, Parker Wade, Jamie McClintock and Elizabeth Devore.

The ePortfolio Project at Auburn University has named four Auburn students—Elizabeth Devore, Jamie McClintock, Hallie Nelson and Parker Wade—as recipients of the Outstanding ePortfolio Award for their exceptional ePortfolios. Winners of this award have demonstrated excellence in creating ePortfolios directed toward the professional audiences in their respective fields. Read more about the award recipients.

Professor to conduct Vivaldi’s ‘Gloria’ at Lincoln Center

Distinguished Concerts International New York, or DCINY, will welcome William Powell and 26 Auburn University students on May 29 to perform at Lincoln Center in New York City. Read more about the performance.

Rylie Gay named Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow

Rylie Gay and College of Liberal Arts Dean Joseph Aistrup

Campus Compact recently named Auburn University student Rylie Gay a 2017 Newman Civic Fellow for her commitment to community development and the betterment of society through citizen action. Read more about Gay.

University officials aid plans to achieve domestic, global food security

Auburn University administrators recently joined a group of prominent university, government, non-governmental organizations and business leaders to examine global food security challenges and develop strategies for public research universities to address. Read more about Auburn's work with global food security.

Market at Ag Heritage Park offers farm-fresh produce Thursdays through Aug. 24

The Market at Ag Heritage Park kicks off its 2017 season Thursday, May 11, from 3 to 6 p.m. on the Auburn University campus and will be open every Thursday, same time and place, through Aug. 24. Read more about the market.

Facilities Management releases 2017 summer project map

Auburn University Facilities Management recently published its 2017 summer project map. The map highlights 116 projects that will begin or will be completed during the summer semester. Read more about the projects scheduled for this summer.

Winners of Student Employment Awards announced

The Auburn University Career Center hosted 200 students, supervisors and special guests recently at the Student Employment Awards, which culminated National Student Employment Week. The Career Center encouraged Auburn University faculty and staff as well as Auburn and Opelika area businesses to celebrate student employee contributions by nominating exceptional workers for recognition. Additionally, student employees were given an opportunity to nominate outstanding supervisors who have provided leadership and demonstrated commitment to student employment. Of the 75 nominees, four individuals were selected for divisional awards. Award winners are, pictured above from left, Amrut Sadachar, Supervisor of the Year; Peter Sousa, Student-Supervisor of the Year; Lana Watson, Off-Campus Student Employee of the Year; and Kelsey Halla, On-Campus Student Employee of the Year. Read more about the Student Employment Awards.

Professor develops cost-effective, staph-resistant bandage

Staph infections affect thousands of people each year, often occurring as a person recovers from surgery or a wound. But an Auburn University professor has developed a better bandage that could keep you from becoming infected. Professor Emeritus Dave Worley of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the College of Sciences and Mathematics is applying his patented N-halamine chemistry to gauze bandages to kill any bacteria that might contact a wound. Read more about Worley's research.

ePortfolio Project honors exceptional students and faculty

Award winners pictured with Provost Timothy Boosinger, clockwise from top left, are Hallie Nelson, Parker Wade, Jamie McClintock and Elizabeth Devore.

The ePortfolio Project at Auburn University has named four Auburn students—Elizabeth Devore, Jamie McClintock, Hallie Nelson and Parker Wade—as recipients of the Outstanding ePortfolio Award for their exceptional ePortfolios. Winners of this award have demonstrated excellence in creating ePortfolios directed toward the professional audiences in their respective fields. Read more about the award recipients.

Professor to conduct Vivaldi’s ‘Gloria’ at Lincoln Center

Distinguished Concerts International New York, or DCINY, will welcome William Powell and 26 Auburn University students on May 29 to perform at Lincoln Center in New York City. Read more about the performance.

Rylie Gay named Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow

Rylie Gay and College of Liberal Arts Dean Joseph Aistrup

Campus Compact recently named Auburn University student Rylie Gay a 2017 Newman Civic Fellow for her commitment to community development and the betterment of society through citizen action. Read more about Gay.

University officials aid plans to achieve domestic, global food security

Auburn University administrators recently joined a group of prominent university, government, non-governmental organizations and business leaders to examine global food security challenges and develop strategies for public research universities to address. Read more about Auburn's work with global food security.

Market at Ag Heritage Park offers farm-fresh produce Thursdays through Aug. 24

The Market at Ag Heritage Park kicks off its 2017 season Thursday, May 11, from 3 to 6 p.m. on the Auburn University campus and will be open every Thursday, same time and place, through Aug. 24. Read more about the market.

Facilities Management releases 2017 summer project map

Auburn University Facilities Management recently published its 2017 summer project map. The map highlights 116 projects that will begin or will be completed during the summer semester. Read more about the projects scheduled for this summer.

Winners of Student Employment Awards announced

The Auburn University Career Center hosted 200 students, supervisors and special guests recently at the Student Employment Awards, which culminated National Student Employment Week. The Career Center encouraged Auburn University faculty and staff as well as Auburn and Opelika area businesses to celebrate student employee contributions by nominating exceptional workers for recognition. Additionally, student employees were given an opportunity to nominate outstanding supervisors who have provided leadership and demonstrated commitment to student employment. Of the 75 nominees, four individuals were selected for divisional awards. Award winners are, pictured above from left, Amrut Sadachar, Supervisor of the Year; Peter Sousa, Student-Supervisor of the Year; Lana Watson, Off-Campus Student Employee of the Year; and Kelsey Halla, On-Campus Student Employee of the Year. Read more about the Student Employment Awards.

Professor develops cost-effective, staph-resistant bandage

Staph infections affect thousands of people each year, often occurring as a person recovers from surgery or a wound. But an Auburn University professor has developed a better bandage that could keep you from becoming infected. Professor Emeritus Dave Worley of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the College of Sciences and Mathematics is applying his patented N-halamine chemistry to gauze bandages to kill any bacteria that might contact a wound. Read more about Worley's research.

ePortfolio Project honors exceptional students and faculty

Award winners pictured with Provost Timothy Boosinger, clockwise from top left, are Hallie Nelson, Parker Wade, Jamie McClintock and Elizabeth Devore.

The ePortfolio Project at Auburn University has named four Auburn students—Elizabeth Devore, Jamie McClintock, Hallie Nelson and Parker Wade—as recipients of the Outstanding ePortfolio Award for their exceptional ePortfolios. Winners of this award have demonstrated excellence in creating ePortfolios directed toward the professional audiences in their respective fields. Read more about the award recipients.

Professor to conduct Vivaldi’s ‘Gloria’ at Lincoln Center

Distinguished Concerts International New York, or DCINY, will welcome William Powell and 26 Auburn University students on May 29 to perform at Lincoln Center in New York City. Read more about the performance.

Rylie Gay named Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow

Rylie Gay and College of Liberal Arts Dean Joseph Aistrup

Campus Compact recently named Auburn University student Rylie Gay a 2017 Newman Civic Fellow for her commitment to community development and the betterment of society through citizen action. Read more about Gay.

University officials aid plans to achieve domestic, global food security

Auburn University administrators recently joined a group of prominent university, government, non-governmental organizations and business leaders to examine global food security challenges and develop strategies for public research universities to address. Read more about Auburn's work with global food security.

Market at Ag Heritage Park offers farm-fresh produce Thursdays through Aug. 24

The Market at Ag Heritage Park kicks off its 2017 season Thursday, May 11, from 3 to 6 p.m. on the Auburn University campus and will be open every Thursday, same time and place, through Aug. 24. Read more about the market.

Facilities Management releases 2017 summer project map

Auburn University Facilities Management recently published its 2017 summer project map. The map highlights 116 projects that will begin or will be completed during the summer semester. Read more about the projects scheduled for this summer.

Winners of Student Employment Awards announced

The Auburn University Career Center hosted 200 students, supervisors and special guests recently at the Student Employment Awards, which culminated National Student Employment Week. The Career Center encouraged Auburn University faculty and staff as well as Auburn and Opelika area businesses to celebrate student employee contributions by nominating exceptional workers for recognition. Additionally, student employees were given an opportunity to nominate outstanding supervisors who have provided leadership and demonstrated commitment to student employment. Of the 75 nominees, four individuals were selected for divisional awards. Award winners are, pictured above from left, Amrut Sadachar, Supervisor of the Year; Peter Sousa, Student-Supervisor of the Year; Lana Watson, Off-Campus Student Employee of the Year; and Kelsey Halla, On-Campus Student Employee of the Year. Read more about the Student Employment Awards.


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