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This Week @ Auburn
July 18, 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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Clemson, Auburn lead U.S. efforts in higher education to save wild tiger populations

Clemson University and Auburn University have joined forces to throw the weight of multiple academic disciplines behind efforts to save wild tiger populations worldwide. The two universities, along with Louisiana State University and the University of Missouri, are leading the efforts of the newly formed U.S. Tiger University Consortium, so named for the mascots that both institutions share.

According to Brett Wright, dean of the Clemson University College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences, the dwindling tiger populations are an issue demanding the attention of land-grant institutions such as those belonging to the consortium. For Wright, the issue should also be central to the many who cheer on their preferred team on game days. Read more about the U.S. Tiger University Consortium


Auburn hosts U.S. Sen. Luther Strange for research updates, facilities tours

U.S. Sen. Luther Strange, a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, visited Auburn University today to meet with President Steven Leath, receive updates on key projects and tour agricultural and forestry research facilities. He also toured the Southeastern Raptor Center. Pictured, Sen. Strange, left, receives a briefing from Donald Conner, head of the Department of Poultry Science, in the feed mill at the Charles C. Miller Jr. Poultry Research and Education Center.

Researcher discusses disease threats from tick bites

Summer has arrived, and with the heat comes an increase in tick activity. It’s something many people have come to expect when thinking about spending time outdoors. Read more about tick bites

Auburn hosts U.S. Sen. Luther Strange for research updates, facilities tours

U.S. Sen. Luther Strange, a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, visited Auburn University today to meet with President Steven Leath, receive updates on key projects and tour agricultural and forestry research facilities. He also toured the Southeastern Raptor Center. Pictured, Sen. Strange, left, receives a briefing from Donald Conner, head of the Department of Poultry Science, in the feed mill at the Charles C. Miller Jr. Poultry Research and Education Center.

Researcher discusses disease threats from tick bites

Summer has arrived, and with the heat comes an increase in tick activity. It’s something many people have come to expect when thinking about spending time outdoors. Read more about tick bites


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