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This Week @ Auburn
Sept. 19, 2017

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Barbara Pierce Bush and Jenna Bush Hager to join Critical Conversations Speaker Series

Auburn University will welcome Barbara Pierce Bush and Jenna Bush Hager to campus Thursday, Oct. 5, at 5 p.m., in the Student Center ballroom as part of the university’s Critical Conversations Speaker Series.

The daughters of former President George W. Bush and former First Lady Laura Bush, Bush and Hager—accomplished authors, leaders and philanthropists—will participate in a moderated discussion on the topic of Diverse Perspectives on Women Leaders, followed by a question-and-answer session. Read more about the Bush sisters.


Nominations open for Undergraduate Teaching Excellence awards

Billy Ferris, left, is a past recipient of the Undergraduate Teaching Excellence award.

Nominations are open for the 2018 Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Awards. This award is given annually by the Auburn Alumni Association to three teachers who are exceptional in their quality of teaching; knowledge of subject; interest in students and availability to them; impact on the nominator’s personal educational experience; and influence within Auburn University. Teachers can be nominated by students, alumni and colleagues. Recipients are honored with a luncheon, recognized at the Provost's Faculty Awards Banquet and Ceremony and receive a $1,000 honorarium. For more information and/or to nominate a teacher, visit the Alumni Association website. The deadline for nominations is Sept. 29.

AU Bookstore holding grad fair this week

The Auburn University Bookstore is hosting a grad fair for students graduating in December to reserve their cap and gown and order graduation announcements, an Auburn ring and invitations. The fair is being held in the Haley Center lobby this week from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. each day. Visit the bookstore website for more information.

Clayton provides experience, passion as Auburn’s first vice president devoted to inclusion and diversity

Taffye Benson Clayton, Auburn’s associate provost and vice president for inclusion and diversity, right, visits with speaker Donovan Livingston, left, during the Tiger Excellence Program, a one-day experience designed to introduce incoming multicultural, diverse and first-generation college students to the academic, cultural and social community at Auburn. Livingston is best known for his spoken word speech at Harvard in May 2016 that went viral and inspired millions.

Taffye Benson Clayton has only been on the job at Auburn University since December, but she has quickly made her presence known.

As Auburn's first associate provost and vice president for inclusion and diversity, she is responsible for providing strategic vision, leadership, coordination and planning to further inclusion and diversity as core values throughout Auburn. Read more about Clayton.

Board of Trustees honors Rane, family for commitment to new culinary science center

James W. "Jimmy" Rane and the Rane family were recognized at the Sept. 15 meeting of the Auburn University Board of Trustees for their $12 million commitment to building a Culinary Science Center on campus. Read more about the Culinary Science Center.

Nominations open for Undergraduate Teaching Excellence awards

Billy Ferris, left, is a past recipient of the Undergraduate Teaching Excellence award.

Nominations are open for the 2018 Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Awards. This award is given annually by the Auburn Alumni Association to three teachers who are exceptional in their quality of teaching; knowledge of subject; interest in students and availability to them; impact on the nominator’s personal educational experience; and influence within Auburn University. Teachers can be nominated by students, alumni and colleagues. Recipients are honored with a luncheon, recognized at the Provost's Faculty Awards Banquet and Ceremony and receive a $1,000 honorarium. For more information and/or to nominate a teacher, visit the Alumni Association website. The deadline for nominations is Sept. 29.

AU Bookstore holding grad fair this week

The Auburn University Bookstore is hosting a grad fair for students graduating in December to reserve their cap and gown and order graduation announcements, an Auburn ring and invitations. The fair is being held in the Haley Center lobby this week from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. each day. Visit the bookstore website for more information.

Clayton provides experience, passion as Auburn’s first vice president devoted to inclusion and diversity

Taffye Benson Clayton, Auburn’s associate provost and vice president for inclusion and diversity, right, visits with speaker Donovan Livingston, left, during the Tiger Excellence Program, a one-day experience designed to introduce incoming multicultural, diverse and first-generation college students to the academic, cultural and social community at Auburn. Livingston is best known for his spoken word speech at Harvard in May 2016 that went viral and inspired millions.

Taffye Benson Clayton has only been on the job at Auburn University since December, but she has quickly made her presence known.

As Auburn's first associate provost and vice president for inclusion and diversity, she is responsible for providing strategic vision, leadership, coordination and planning to further inclusion and diversity as core values throughout Auburn. Read more about Clayton.

Board of Trustees honors Rane, family for commitment to new culinary science center

James W. "Jimmy" Rane and the Rane family were recognized at the Sept. 15 meeting of the Auburn University Board of Trustees for their $12 million commitment to building a Culinary Science Center on campus. Read more about the Culinary Science Center.

Nominations open for Undergraduate Teaching Excellence awards

Billy Ferris, left, is a past recipient of the Undergraduate Teaching Excellence award.

Nominations are open for the 2018 Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Awards. This award is given annually by the Auburn Alumni Association to three teachers who are exceptional in their quality of teaching; knowledge of subject; interest in students and availability to them; impact on the nominator’s personal educational experience; and influence within Auburn University. Teachers can be nominated by students, alumni and colleagues. Recipients are honored with a luncheon, recognized at the Provost's Faculty Awards Banquet and Ceremony and receive a $1,000 honorarium. For more information and/or to nominate a teacher, visit the Alumni Association website. The deadline for nominations is Sept. 29.

AU Bookstore holding grad fair this week

The Auburn University Bookstore is hosting a grad fair for students graduating in December to reserve their cap and gown and order graduation announcements, an Auburn ring and invitations. The fair is being held in the Haley Center lobby this week from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. each day. Visit the bookstore website for more information.

Clayton provides experience, passion as Auburn’s first vice president devoted to inclusion and diversity

Taffye Benson Clayton, Auburn’s associate provost and vice president for inclusion and diversity, right, visits with speaker Donovan Livingston, left, during the Tiger Excellence Program, a one-day experience designed to introduce incoming multicultural, diverse and first-generation college students to the academic, cultural and social community at Auburn. Livingston is best known for his spoken word speech at Harvard in May 2016 that went viral and inspired millions.

Taffye Benson Clayton has only been on the job at Auburn University since December, but she has quickly made her presence known.

As Auburn's first associate provost and vice president for inclusion and diversity, she is responsible for providing strategic vision, leadership, coordination and planning to further inclusion and diversity as core values throughout Auburn. Read more about Clayton.

Board of Trustees honors Rane, family for commitment to new culinary science center

James W. "Jimmy" Rane and the Rane family were recognized at the Sept. 15 meeting of the Auburn University Board of Trustees for their $12 million commitment to building a Culinary Science Center on campus. Read more about the Culinary Science Center.

Nominations open for Undergraduate Teaching Excellence awards

Billy Ferris, left, is a past recipient of the Undergraduate Teaching Excellence award.

Nominations are open for the 2018 Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Awards. This award is given annually by the Auburn Alumni Association to three teachers who are exceptional in their quality of teaching; knowledge of subject; interest in students and availability to them; impact on the nominator’s personal educational experience; and influence within Auburn University. Teachers can be nominated by students, alumni and colleagues. Recipients are honored with a luncheon, recognized at the Provost's Faculty Awards Banquet and Ceremony and receive a $1,000 honorarium. For more information and/or to nominate a teacher, visit the Alumni Association website. The deadline for nominations is Sept. 29.

AU Bookstore holding grad fair this week

The Auburn University Bookstore is hosting a grad fair for students graduating in December to reserve their cap and gown and order graduation announcements, an Auburn ring and invitations. The fair is being held in the Haley Center lobby this week from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. each day. Visit the bookstore website for more information.

Clayton provides experience, passion as Auburn’s first vice president devoted to inclusion and diversity

Taffye Benson Clayton, Auburn’s associate provost and vice president for inclusion and diversity, right, visits with speaker Donovan Livingston, left, during the Tiger Excellence Program, a one-day experience designed to introduce incoming multicultural, diverse and first-generation college students to the academic, cultural and social community at Auburn. Livingston is best known for his spoken word speech at Harvard in May 2016 that went viral and inspired millions.

Taffye Benson Clayton has only been on the job at Auburn University since December, but she has quickly made her presence known.

As Auburn's first associate provost and vice president for inclusion and diversity, she is responsible for providing strategic vision, leadership, coordination and planning to further inclusion and diversity as core values throughout Auburn. Read more about Clayton.

Board of Trustees honors Rane, family for commitment to new culinary science center

James W. "Jimmy" Rane and the Rane family were recognized at the Sept. 15 meeting of the Auburn University Board of Trustees for their $12 million commitment to building a Culinary Science Center on campus. Read more about the Culinary Science Center.


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