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This Week @ Auburn
July 25, 2017

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Auburn takes home SGA of the Year and Program of the Year awards

The Auburn University Student Government Association, or SGA, was named the 2017 SEC Student Government of the Year at the annual SEC Exchange, held this year at Louisiana State University. “Hey Day,” a tradition of handing out nametags and encouraging students, faculty and the rest of the Auburn Family to greet on another, was selected as the Event of the Year. 

 


Former Auburn administrator’s autobiography chronicles his four decades at the university

As a child, Gerald Leischuck learned about hard work, responsibilities and difficult challenges. His most important experiences would come after he felt the desire to leave the daily burdens of farming and ranching and pursue his education. "My Auburn: Four Decades on the Plains - An Autobiography," recently published by Xlibris, shares Leischuck’s story as a rural boy who decided at an early age that he wanted more from life than what he could envision from farming in eastern Colorado. Read more about Leischuck's autobiography

Gov. Ivey visits university as part of 'Listen, Learn, Help and Lead' tour

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, left, takes a tour of Auburn University's new Pharmaceutical Research Building. Tim Moore, head of the Department of Drug Discovery and Development and professor in the Harrison School of Pharmacy, led the tour. Ivey also visited the School of Nursing Building in Auburn's newly created Health Sciences Sector. 

University inviting the community to volunteer for this year’s student move-in

Auburn University is encouraging students, faculty, staff, community, alumni and friends in the Auburn and Opelika communities to volunteer on one or both of the two move-in days for students in August. The move-in days are Friday, Aug. 11, and Thursday, Aug. 17, from 6 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day with approximately 1,800 students arriving on Aug. 11, and 2,000 students on Aug. 17. Read more about this year's move-in days.

Former Auburn administrator’s autobiography chronicles his four decades at the university

As a child, Gerald Leischuck learned about hard work, responsibilities and difficult challenges. His most important experiences would come after he felt the desire to leave the daily burdens of farming and ranching and pursue his education. "My Auburn: Four Decades on the Plains - An Autobiography," recently published by Xlibris, shares Leischuck’s story as a rural boy who decided at an early age that he wanted more from life than what he could envision from farming in eastern Colorado. Read more about Leischuck's autobiography

Gov. Ivey visits university as part of 'Listen, Learn, Help and Lead' tour

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, left, takes a tour of Auburn University's new Pharmaceutical Research Building. Tim Moore, head of the Department of Drug Discovery and Development and professor in the Harrison School of Pharmacy, led the tour. Ivey also visited the School of Nursing Building in Auburn's newly created Health Sciences Sector. 

University inviting the community to volunteer for this year’s student move-in

Auburn University is encouraging students, faculty, staff, community, alumni and friends in the Auburn and Opelika communities to volunteer on one or both of the two move-in days for students in August. The move-in days are Friday, Aug. 11, and Thursday, Aug. 17, from 6 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day with approximately 1,800 students arriving on Aug. 11, and 2,000 students on Aug. 17. Read more about this year's move-in days.

Former Auburn administrator’s autobiography chronicles his four decades at the university

As a child, Gerald Leischuck learned about hard work, responsibilities and difficult challenges. His most important experiences would come after he felt the desire to leave the daily burdens of farming and ranching and pursue his education. "My Auburn: Four Decades on the Plains - An Autobiography," recently published by Xlibris, shares Leischuck’s story as a rural boy who decided at an early age that he wanted more from life than what he could envision from farming in eastern Colorado. Read more about Leischuck's autobiography

Gov. Ivey visits university as part of 'Listen, Learn, Help and Lead' tour

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, left, takes a tour of Auburn University's new Pharmaceutical Research Building. Tim Moore, head of the Department of Drug Discovery and Development and professor in the Harrison School of Pharmacy, led the tour. Ivey also visited the School of Nursing Building in Auburn's newly created Health Sciences Sector. 

University inviting the community to volunteer for this year’s student move-in

Auburn University is encouraging students, faculty, staff, community, alumni and friends in the Auburn and Opelika communities to volunteer on one or both of the two move-in days for students in August. The move-in days are Friday, Aug. 11, and Thursday, Aug. 17, from 6 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day with approximately 1,800 students arriving on Aug. 11, and 2,000 students on Aug. 17. Read more about this year's move-in days.


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