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This Week @ Auburn
Sept. 13, 2017

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Auburn homecoming rooted in tradition

In many ways, Auburn University is known for its traditions. The pregame eagle flight, rolling Toomer’s Corner and Tiger Walk are just a few of Auburn’s beloved traditions. Each year, homecoming week brings a flood of returning alumni home to the Plains to celebrate their beloved university. At the center of it all is Omega Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa, or ODK, at Auburn—the official host of homecoming week and sponsor of many of the events that students, faculty, fans and the Auburn Family enjoy. Read more about homecoming.


Auburn University Dance Marathon sets 2018 goal at $658,000

Auburn University’s Dance Marathon, or AUDM, has set a goal of $658,000 for 2018 to honor the 658 pediatric surgeries at Children’s Hospital at Midtown Medical Center of Columbus Regional Health in the last year. Read more about dance marathon.

Rapper 2 Chainz, We The Kings, The Score headlining at Sept. 18 Auburn Airwaves concert

The University Program Council at Auburn University will host its annual concert, Auburn Airwaves, on Monday, Sept. 18, with artists 2 Chainz, We The Kings and The Score set to perform. The public event will be held at Auburn Arena at 7 p.m. Auburn University student tickets are $16 and public tickets are $43. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. at the north entrance and student entrance of the Arena. Read more about Auburn Airwaves.

'Critical Conversations' Speaker Series welcomes Howard Ross Sept. 25

Members of the campus community are invited to attend the next event in the "Critical Conversations" Speaker Series as the university welcomes Howard Ross Monday, Sept. 25, at 5 p.m. in 2550 Mell Classroom Building. Ross, a seminal thought leader on unconscious bias and founding partner of Cook Ross, will provide a keynote address on the topic of unconscious bias followed by a question-and-answer session.

As a reminder, students, faculty and staff are invited to visit the Office of Inclusion and Diversity in 108 M.W. Smith Hall for a $5 Starbucks coffee coupon to be used at either the Student Center or Lowder Business Building locations. Participants are encouraged to share their critical conversations on social media using the hashtag #AUConvos on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. For more information on Ross and future speakers, visit the Critical Conversations website.

Former NASA astronaut speaking at Friday’s speaker series event

Auburn alumna and former NASA astronaut Jan Davis will present “An Auburn Astronaut: My Journey into Space” Friday, Sept. 15, as part of the Auburn University Libraries’ Discover Auburn Women of Distinction, a lecture series celebrating 125 years of Auburn women, and held in conjunction with the This is Auburn Speaker Series. Davis will speak at 3 p.m., in the atrium of the Auburn Alumni Center. Read more about Davis.

Consul general of Japan visited Auburn Aug. 31

Takashi Shinozuka, consul general of Japan in Atlanta, visited Auburn’s campus on Aug. 31. He was accompanied by Yutaka Nakamura, deputy consul general; Tomoko Ohyama, consul; and Mark Jackson, honorary consul general of Japan. The visit was the latest in a series of visits from international dignitaries and is part of a strategic plan to enhance education by providing more international experiences for students. During this visit, the Honorary Consul General met with students, faculty, administrators and staff.

Auburn University Dance Marathon sets 2018 goal at $658,000

Auburn University’s Dance Marathon, or AUDM, has set a goal of $658,000 for 2018 to honor the 658 pediatric surgeries at Children’s Hospital at Midtown Medical Center of Columbus Regional Health in the last year. Read more about dance marathon.

Rapper 2 Chainz, We The Kings, The Score headlining at Sept. 18 Auburn Airwaves concert

The University Program Council at Auburn University will host its annual concert, Auburn Airwaves, on Monday, Sept. 18, with artists 2 Chainz, We The Kings and The Score set to perform. The public event will be held at Auburn Arena at 7 p.m. Auburn University student tickets are $16 and public tickets are $43. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. at the north entrance and student entrance of the Arena. Read more about Auburn Airwaves.

'Critical Conversations' Speaker Series welcomes Howard Ross Sept. 25

Members of the campus community are invited to attend the next event in the "Critical Conversations" Speaker Series as the university welcomes Howard Ross Monday, Sept. 25, at 5 p.m. in 2550 Mell Classroom Building. Ross, a seminal thought leader on unconscious bias and founding partner of Cook Ross, will provide a keynote address on the topic of unconscious bias followed by a question-and-answer session.

As a reminder, students, faculty and staff are invited to visit the Office of Inclusion and Diversity in 108 M.W. Smith Hall for a $5 Starbucks coffee coupon to be used at either the Student Center or Lowder Business Building locations. Participants are encouraged to share their critical conversations on social media using the hashtag #AUConvos on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. For more information on Ross and future speakers, visit the Critical Conversations website.

Former NASA astronaut speaking at Friday’s speaker series event

Auburn alumna and former NASA astronaut Jan Davis will present “An Auburn Astronaut: My Journey into Space” Friday, Sept. 15, as part of the Auburn University Libraries’ Discover Auburn Women of Distinction, a lecture series celebrating 125 years of Auburn women, and held in conjunction with the This is Auburn Speaker Series. Davis will speak at 3 p.m., in the atrium of the Auburn Alumni Center. Read more about Davis.

Consul general of Japan visited Auburn Aug. 31

Takashi Shinozuka, consul general of Japan in Atlanta, visited Auburn’s campus on Aug. 31. He was accompanied by Yutaka Nakamura, deputy consul general; Tomoko Ohyama, consul; and Mark Jackson, honorary consul general of Japan. The visit was the latest in a series of visits from international dignitaries and is part of a strategic plan to enhance education by providing more international experiences for students. During this visit, the Honorary Consul General met with students, faculty, administrators and staff.

Auburn University Dance Marathon sets 2018 goal at $658,000

Auburn University’s Dance Marathon, or AUDM, has set a goal of $658,000 for 2018 to honor the 658 pediatric surgeries at Children’s Hospital at Midtown Medical Center of Columbus Regional Health in the last year. Read more about dance marathon.

Rapper 2 Chainz, We The Kings, The Score headlining at Sept. 18 Auburn Airwaves concert

The University Program Council at Auburn University will host its annual concert, Auburn Airwaves, on Monday, Sept. 18, with artists 2 Chainz, We The Kings and The Score set to perform. The public event will be held at Auburn Arena at 7 p.m. Auburn University student tickets are $16 and public tickets are $43. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. at the north entrance and student entrance of the Arena. Read more about Auburn Airwaves.

'Critical Conversations' Speaker Series welcomes Howard Ross Sept. 25

Members of the campus community are invited to attend the next event in the "Critical Conversations" Speaker Series as the university welcomes Howard Ross Monday, Sept. 25, at 5 p.m. in 2550 Mell Classroom Building. Ross, a seminal thought leader on unconscious bias and founding partner of Cook Ross, will provide a keynote address on the topic of unconscious bias followed by a question-and-answer session.

As a reminder, students, faculty and staff are invited to visit the Office of Inclusion and Diversity in 108 M.W. Smith Hall for a $5 Starbucks coffee coupon to be used at either the Student Center or Lowder Business Building locations. Participants are encouraged to share their critical conversations on social media using the hashtag #AUConvos on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. For more information on Ross and future speakers, visit the Critical Conversations website.

Former NASA astronaut speaking at Friday’s speaker series event

Auburn alumna and former NASA astronaut Jan Davis will present “An Auburn Astronaut: My Journey into Space” Friday, Sept. 15, as part of the Auburn University Libraries’ Discover Auburn Women of Distinction, a lecture series celebrating 125 years of Auburn women, and held in conjunction with the This is Auburn Speaker Series. Davis will speak at 3 p.m., in the atrium of the Auburn Alumni Center. Read more about Davis.

Consul general of Japan visited Auburn Aug. 31

Takashi Shinozuka, consul general of Japan in Atlanta, visited Auburn’s campus on Aug. 31. He was accompanied by Yutaka Nakamura, deputy consul general; Tomoko Ohyama, consul; and Mark Jackson, honorary consul general of Japan. The visit was the latest in a series of visits from international dignitaries and is part of a strategic plan to enhance education by providing more international experiences for students. During this visit, the Honorary Consul General met with students, faculty, administrators and staff.

Auburn University Dance Marathon sets 2018 goal at $658,000

Auburn University’s Dance Marathon, or AUDM, has set a goal of $658,000 for 2018 to honor the 658 pediatric surgeries at Children’s Hospital at Midtown Medical Center of Columbus Regional Health in the last year. Read more about dance marathon.

Rapper 2 Chainz, We The Kings, The Score headlining at Sept. 18 Auburn Airwaves concert

The University Program Council at Auburn University will host its annual concert, Auburn Airwaves, on Monday, Sept. 18, with artists 2 Chainz, We The Kings and The Score set to perform. The public event will be held at Auburn Arena at 7 p.m. Auburn University student tickets are $16 and public tickets are $43. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. at the north entrance and student entrance of the Arena. Read more about Auburn Airwaves.

'Critical Conversations' Speaker Series welcomes Howard Ross Sept. 25

Members of the campus community are invited to attend the next event in the "Critical Conversations" Speaker Series as the university welcomes Howard Ross Monday, Sept. 25, at 5 p.m. in 2550 Mell Classroom Building. Ross, a seminal thought leader on unconscious bias and founding partner of Cook Ross, will provide a keynote address on the topic of unconscious bias followed by a question-and-answer session.

As a reminder, students, faculty and staff are invited to visit the Office of Inclusion and Diversity in 108 M.W. Smith Hall for a $5 Starbucks coffee coupon to be used at either the Student Center or Lowder Business Building locations. Participants are encouraged to share their critical conversations on social media using the hashtag #AUConvos on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. For more information on Ross and future speakers, visit the Critical Conversations website.

Former NASA astronaut speaking at Friday’s speaker series event

Auburn alumna and former NASA astronaut Jan Davis will present “An Auburn Astronaut: My Journey into Space” Friday, Sept. 15, as part of the Auburn University Libraries’ Discover Auburn Women of Distinction, a lecture series celebrating 125 years of Auburn women, and held in conjunction with the This is Auburn Speaker Series. Davis will speak at 3 p.m., in the atrium of the Auburn Alumni Center. Read more about Davis.

Consul general of Japan visited Auburn Aug. 31

Takashi Shinozuka, consul general of Japan in Atlanta, visited Auburn’s campus on Aug. 31. He was accompanied by Yutaka Nakamura, deputy consul general; Tomoko Ohyama, consul; and Mark Jackson, honorary consul general of Japan. The visit was the latest in a series of visits from international dignitaries and is part of a strategic plan to enhance education by providing more international experiences for students. During this visit, the Honorary Consul General met with students, faculty, administrators and staff.

Auburn University Dance Marathon sets 2018 goal at $658,000

Auburn University’s Dance Marathon, or AUDM, has set a goal of $658,000 for 2018 to honor the 658 pediatric surgeries at Children’s Hospital at Midtown Medical Center of Columbus Regional Health in the last year. Read more about dance marathon.

Rapper 2 Chainz, We The Kings, The Score headlining at Sept. 18 Auburn Airwaves concert

The University Program Council at Auburn University will host its annual concert, Auburn Airwaves, on Monday, Sept. 18, with artists 2 Chainz, We The Kings and The Score set to perform. The public event will be held at Auburn Arena at 7 p.m. Auburn University student tickets are $16 and public tickets are $43. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. at the north entrance and student entrance of the Arena. Read more about Auburn Airwaves.

'Critical Conversations' Speaker Series welcomes Howard Ross Sept. 25

Members of the campus community are invited to attend the next event in the "Critical Conversations" Speaker Series as the university welcomes Howard Ross Monday, Sept. 25, at 5 p.m. in 2550 Mell Classroom Building. Ross, a seminal thought leader on unconscious bias and founding partner of Cook Ross, will provide a keynote address on the topic of unconscious bias followed by a question-and-answer session.

As a reminder, students, faculty and staff are invited to visit the Office of Inclusion and Diversity in 108 M.W. Smith Hall for a $5 Starbucks coffee coupon to be used at either the Student Center or Lowder Business Building locations. Participants are encouraged to share their critical conversations on social media using the hashtag #AUConvos on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. For more information on Ross and future speakers, visit the Critical Conversations website.

Former NASA astronaut speaking at Friday’s speaker series event

Auburn alumna and former NASA astronaut Jan Davis will present “An Auburn Astronaut: My Journey into Space” Friday, Sept. 15, as part of the Auburn University Libraries’ Discover Auburn Women of Distinction, a lecture series celebrating 125 years of Auburn women, and held in conjunction with the This is Auburn Speaker Series. Davis will speak at 3 p.m., in the atrium of the Auburn Alumni Center. Read more about Davis.

Consul general of Japan visited Auburn Aug. 31

Takashi Shinozuka, consul general of Japan in Atlanta, visited Auburn’s campus on Aug. 31. He was accompanied by Yutaka Nakamura, deputy consul general; Tomoko Ohyama, consul; and Mark Jackson, honorary consul general of Japan. The visit was the latest in a series of visits from international dignitaries and is part of a strategic plan to enhance education by providing more international experiences for students. During this visit, the Honorary Consul General met with students, faculty, administrators and staff.


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