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This Week @ Auburn
May 22, 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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Students invited to tomorrow's event honoring the Gogues

Students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to a reception Tuesday to celebrate the leadership of President and Mrs. Jay Gogue. The public event will begin at 2 p.m. at Auburn Arena and will include a short program honoring the Gogues. Light refreshments will be offered after the program. Guests will have the opportunity to leave messages for the Gogues. For those unable to attend the reception, messages can be made on a digital guestbook at www.auburn.edu/go/goguethankyou.


Business student to receive Congressional Award Gold Medal

Auburn University student Madi Haney learned the importance of helping others as a fourth-grader working in a food pantry.

"I never understood how a 10-year-old could make a difference in society until one day I was able to see first-hand the difference I was making for a family that came in to get their bag of non-perishables," said the Harbert College of Business sophomore from the small town of Killen in north Alabama. Read more about Haney's award.

Rising use of geospatial technology leads to new Auburn degree, growing job market

How does your smartphone or GPS device know where you are? It's "geospatial" technology that uses satellites and cell signals for mapping apps and location services, but this technology does much more than provide convenience and social media interconnectivity. Read more about Auburn's new geospatial and environmental informatics degree program.

Engineering professor honored with prestigious award for noise control, acoustics

Malcolm Crocker, Auburn University professor emeritus of mechanical engineering, has been awarded the 2017 Per Bruel Gold Medal for Noise Control and Acoustics from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, or ASME. Read more about Crocker's award.

Business student to receive Congressional Award Gold Medal

Auburn University student Madi Haney learned the importance of helping others as a fourth-grader working in a food pantry.

"I never understood how a 10-year-old could make a difference in society until one day I was able to see first-hand the difference I was making for a family that came in to get their bag of non-perishables," said the Harbert College of Business sophomore from the small town of Killen in north Alabama. Read more about Haney's award.

Rising use of geospatial technology leads to new Auburn degree, growing job market

How does your smartphone or GPS device know where you are? It's "geospatial" technology that uses satellites and cell signals for mapping apps and location services, but this technology does much more than provide convenience and social media interconnectivity. Read more about Auburn's new geospatial and environmental informatics degree program.

Engineering professor honored with prestigious award for noise control, acoustics

Malcolm Crocker, Auburn University professor emeritus of mechanical engineering, has been awarded the 2017 Per Bruel Gold Medal for Noise Control and Acoustics from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, or ASME. Read more about Crocker's award.

Business student to receive Congressional Award Gold Medal

Auburn University student Madi Haney learned the importance of helping others as a fourth-grader working in a food pantry.

"I never understood how a 10-year-old could make a difference in society until one day I was able to see first-hand the difference I was making for a family that came in to get their bag of non-perishables," said the Harbert College of Business sophomore from the small town of Killen in north Alabama. Read more about Haney's award.

Rising use of geospatial technology leads to new Auburn degree, growing job market

How does your smartphone or GPS device know where you are? It's "geospatial" technology that uses satellites and cell signals for mapping apps and location services, but this technology does much more than provide convenience and social media interconnectivity. Read more about Auburn's new geospatial and environmental informatics degree program.

Engineering professor honored with prestigious award for noise control, acoustics

Malcolm Crocker, Auburn University professor emeritus of mechanical engineering, has been awarded the 2017 Per Bruel Gold Medal for Noise Control and Acoustics from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, or ASME. Read more about Crocker's award.


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