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This Week @ Auburn
Sept. 5, 2017

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Critical Conversations Speaker Series offers opportunities for continued dialogue

Following last week’s kick-off event for the “Critical Conversations” Speaker Series, students are invited to visit the Office of Inclusion and Diversity in 108 M.W. Smith Hall to pick up a $5 Starbucks coffee coupon to be used at either the Student Center or Lowder Business Building locations. Students are encouraged to have coffee and conversations with fellow students, faculty and staff and share their critical conversations on social media using the hashtag #AUConvos.

The next speaker in the series, Howard Ross, will be on campus Sept. 25, at 5 p.m., in Room 2550, Mell Classroom Building @ RBD Library. Ross is a seminal thought leader on unconscious bias and founding partner of Cook Ross. More information is available on the Critical Conversations website.


Common Book author Eggers to speak on Auburn campus Sept. 12

Dave Eggers, author of the international bestseller, "The Circle," will speak at Auburn University Sept. 12 at 7 p.m. in the Student Center ballroom. He will discuss themes in "The Circle," which is Auburn’s Common Book for 2017-2018, and will share some of his life experiences. A book signing will follow the free, public event. Read more about Eggers.

Provost Timothy Boosinger announces retirement from university

Timothy Boosinger, provost and vice president for academic affairs, has announced he will retire from Auburn University in early 2018. Boosinger was named provost in 2012 after serving as interim provost for a year. Working with the university’s stakeholders, Boosinger has implemented multiple programs and initiatives that have strengthened the institution’s capacities and advanced its land-grant mission. Click here to read more.

A Roaring Passion for Tigers

Auburn University's affection for tigers goes far beyond its lovable Aubie. Its faculty and administrators are helping bring together wildlife researchers across the United States and India to save wild tiger populations. Read more about the Tiger University Consortium

Auburn hosting decorated Army general, former White House cabinet member for Sept. 11 talk on leadership

Retired U.S. Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey, a decorated combat veteran who held high-profile roles in the Pentagon and the White House, will discuss leadership during an open campus lecture hosted by Auburn University’s Raymond J. Harbert College of Business on Monday, Sept. 11. Read more about McCaffrey.

Common Book author Eggers to speak on Auburn campus Sept. 12

Dave Eggers, author of the international bestseller, "The Circle," will speak at Auburn University Sept. 12 at 7 p.m. in the Student Center ballroom. He will discuss themes in "The Circle," which is Auburn’s Common Book for 2017-2018, and will share some of his life experiences. A book signing will follow the free, public event. Read more about Eggers.

Provost Timothy Boosinger announces retirement from university

Timothy Boosinger, provost and vice president for academic affairs, has announced he will retire from Auburn University in early 2018. Boosinger was named provost in 2012 after serving as interim provost for a year. Working with the university’s stakeholders, Boosinger has implemented multiple programs and initiatives that have strengthened the institution’s capacities and advanced its land-grant mission. Click here to read more.

A Roaring Passion for Tigers

Auburn University's affection for tigers goes far beyond its lovable Aubie. Its faculty and administrators are helping bring together wildlife researchers across the United States and India to save wild tiger populations. Read more about the Tiger University Consortium

Auburn hosting decorated Army general, former White House cabinet member for Sept. 11 talk on leadership

Retired U.S. Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey, a decorated combat veteran who held high-profile roles in the Pentagon and the White House, will discuss leadership during an open campus lecture hosted by Auburn University’s Raymond J. Harbert College of Business on Monday, Sept. 11. Read more about McCaffrey.

Common Book author Eggers to speak on Auburn campus Sept. 12

Dave Eggers, author of the international bestseller, "The Circle," will speak at Auburn University Sept. 12 at 7 p.m. in the Student Center ballroom. He will discuss themes in "The Circle," which is Auburn’s Common Book for 2017-2018, and will share some of his life experiences. A book signing will follow the free, public event. Read more about Eggers.

Provost Timothy Boosinger announces retirement from university

Timothy Boosinger, provost and vice president for academic affairs, has announced he will retire from Auburn University in early 2018. Boosinger was named provost in 2012 after serving as interim provost for a year. Working with the university’s stakeholders, Boosinger has implemented multiple programs and initiatives that have strengthened the institution’s capacities and advanced its land-grant mission. Click here to read more.

A Roaring Passion for Tigers

Auburn University's affection for tigers goes far beyond its lovable Aubie. Its faculty and administrators are helping bring together wildlife researchers across the United States and India to save wild tiger populations. Read more about the Tiger University Consortium

Auburn hosting decorated Army general, former White House cabinet member for Sept. 11 talk on leadership

Retired U.S. Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey, a decorated combat veteran who held high-profile roles in the Pentagon and the White House, will discuss leadership during an open campus lecture hosted by Auburn University’s Raymond J. Harbert College of Business on Monday, Sept. 11. Read more about McCaffrey.

Common Book author Eggers to speak on Auburn campus Sept. 12

Dave Eggers, author of the international bestseller, "The Circle," will speak at Auburn University Sept. 12 at 7 p.m. in the Student Center ballroom. He will discuss themes in "The Circle," which is Auburn’s Common Book for 2017-2018, and will share some of his life experiences. A book signing will follow the free, public event. Read more about Eggers.

Provost Timothy Boosinger announces retirement from university

Timothy Boosinger, provost and vice president for academic affairs, has announced he will retire from Auburn University in early 2018. Boosinger was named provost in 2012 after serving as interim provost for a year. Working with the university’s stakeholders, Boosinger has implemented multiple programs and initiatives that have strengthened the institution’s capacities and advanced its land-grant mission. Click here to read more.

A Roaring Passion for Tigers

Auburn University's affection for tigers goes far beyond its lovable Aubie. Its faculty and administrators are helping bring together wildlife researchers across the United States and India to save wild tiger populations. Read more about the Tiger University Consortium

Auburn hosting decorated Army general, former White House cabinet member for Sept. 11 talk on leadership

Retired U.S. Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey, a decorated combat veteran who held high-profile roles in the Pentagon and the White House, will discuss leadership during an open campus lecture hosted by Auburn University’s Raymond J. Harbert College of Business on Monday, Sept. 11. Read more about McCaffrey.


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