Huntsville native Ellie Korotky is Auburn’s newly crowned Miss Homecoming 2023, captain of the Tiger Paws and a senior working toward her bachelor of science in nutrition and dietetics.
Starr Hutcherson, a rock star Doctor of Veterinary Medicine student, discovers neurology in his first year, appreciates the mentorship of professors and dives into such challenging programs as CVM’s Summer VIP And Summer Scholars Program—all while wearing the “weird neuro guy” badge with honor.
Drew Kostic, Brewing Science and Operations alumnus, was recently hired to serve as the new Head Brewer and On-site Manager at the New Realm Brewing Company – Auburn microbrewery, which recently opened inside the Tony and Libba Rane Culinary Science Center – home to the College of Human Sciences Horst Schulze School of Hospitality Management.
Faculty and Alabama Extension specialists in Auburn’s College of Agriculture work with farmers to help them adopt conservation practices and tackle social or economic barriers.
For the fifth consecutive year, Auburn University has set a record for the highest enrollment, exceeding 33,000 students, and welcomed the largest first-year class in the institution’s 167-year history.
Auburn University’s bald eagle, Independence, will soon embark on a return flight to Philadelphia — a trip that marks a heightened relationship between Auburn and the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles.
Recognizing a need to further prepare students for careers in health care and the pharmaceutical industry, the Harrison College of Pharmacy is pleased to offer a new Bachelor of Science in Drug and Biopharmaceutical Sciences. This innovative undergraduate program at Auburn University will provide students with in-depth knowledge and practical skills related to drug discovery and development.
East Alabama residents will soon experience more comprehensive social services, thanks to the work of the Opelika Police Department’s crisis intervention efforts with collaborative support from Auburn University.
Benjamin Bowers, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering (CEE), hopes to provide airports small and large under Federal Aviation Administration authority with a toolkit to assess the resilience of asphalt on airfield pavements.
Associate Professor April Smith’s latest study focuses on how to predict and prevent suicidal thoughts and actions before they occur in people with eating disorders.
Plants on the rooftop of the Tony and Libba Rane Culinary Science Center and Laurel Hotel live far from an ordinary life. They have little respite from the rain, an unrelenting sun and wind that whips through their leaves. Surviving the elements is a tall task for even the hardiest of plants on the Walt and Ginger Woltosz Rooftop Terrace. Luckily, they have a team of Auburn University scientists and students on their side.
A new app, Rumie, is gaining popularity on Auburn University's campus as a safe way for students to buy, sell and rent items with their peers.
Eight outstanding engineering alumni and one longtime faculty member of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering were honored by the Auburn Alumni Engineering Council during a ceremony Friday, Sept. 15, for their distinguished professional careers. These alumni include five who were recognized as Distinguished Auburn Engineers, three as Outstanding Young Auburn Engineers and chemical engineering associate professor and the college’s former associate dean for academics for Superior Service. The council also presented former Interim Dean Steve Taylor with a portrait honoring his service to the college.
Outreach work in the College of Liberal Arts’ Department of Political Science has professionalized election administration, trained leaders in efficient election processes and aided developing countries in free and fair elections.
Several Auburn University students enlist service dogs to help them thrive on campus. In honor of September's distinction as National Service Dog Month, here's a look at a trio of those students and their dogs.
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