Auburn University finance scholar James R. Barth comments on the record low unemployment rate and the effect on employers’ efforts to fill jobs and keep good employees.
In light of the recent political shake-up in Russia, Auburn University’s Matt Clary, a lecturer in the Department of Political Science, College of Liberal Arts, comments below about what this all means for the future of that country and ongoing relations between the U.S. and Russia. Clary teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in international relations and comparative politics, specializing in courses on national and international security and foreign policy.
If you ask 25 people to count jellybeans in a jar, you’ll probably get many different answers. Now apply it to inventory control—it’s a difficult task. Counting and taking inventory is a time-consuming process that quite often contains inaccuracies, costing companies time and money.
The American Association of Feline Practitioners recently updated its guidelines on Feline Leukemia virus and Feline Immunodeficiency virus, both serious infectious diseases in cats.
Mona El-Sheikh is the Leonard Peterson Inc. Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies in the College of Human Sciences at Auburn. She is world renowned for her research on sleep and adolescents’ development. El-Sheikh has been on faculty at Auburn since 1990, first in the Department of Psychology and then the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. Between falling back an hour in November for daylight saving time and people making quality sleep a goal in 2020, El-Sheikh shares her expertise.