The Auburn University College of Human Sciences’ Cary Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies is partnering with Katy Harper Doss, owner/principal of Here Molly Girl — a full-service marketing and design firm based in Opelika, to present an hour of training for nonprofits for free.
The Caregivers Initiative in partnership with Auburn Cares, Bundles of Hope and Auburn College of Nursing are addressing material needs of caregivers at Auburn by supplying diapers, formula and wipes to the Auburn community through Auburn Cares.
Recently, OIT has observed an increase in fraudulent DUO push notification attempts and DUO passcode requests in an attempt to comprise university accounts.
Furniture donations are currently being accepted until early August for the second annual furniture giveaway and welcome event for new international graduate students in the Auburn community.
The Office of Sustainability will accept applications for its Sustainability Professional Development Sponsorship Program through May 31.
Auburn University Libraries will hold its Savvy Researcher Boot Camp over Zoom on June 3 from 9 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
The Davis Arboretum is hosting the North American Open Master’s (NAOM) tree climbing competition this weekend. NAOM is a professional tree climbing competition for climbers from the U.S., Canada, Mexico and surrounding countries.
To help users learn how to use the creative applications of the Adobe Creative Cloud currently offered to students for free by the university and how to use the Technology Lending equipment available in the Auburn University Libraries’ I&RC (Innovation & Research Commons), I&RC personnel are offering additional instructional workshops open to all Auburn students, faculty and staff.
The 2023 Alabama Water Resources Conference (ALWRC) abstract submission deadline is Thursday, May 25. Abstract presentation options include a 15-minute standard oral, five-minute lightning talk and posters.
Beginning this summer, the Biggio Center has partnered with Hanover Research to conduct a brief study on student and faculty experiences with Canvas, Auburn’s current Learning Management System (LMS).
Graduation week festivities reached a crescendo in Neville Arena on Saturday, May 13, as 147 members of the VCOM-Auburn Class of 2023 were awarded their Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) degrees. An exceptionally enthusiastic crowd cheered students on as they crossed the stage to be ceremoniously hooded by campus Dean Heath Parker.
Criminals often leverage stealthy email tactics to persuade people to provide sensitive information that will compromise their account and create an entry point into a company’s or university’s critical systems.
Auburn University students and scholars have recently been affected by scammers posing as local landlords. While any renter can be a victim of a housing scam, incoming international students and scholars are at particular risk due to distance and the inability to visit a prospective rental property in person.
Seven Auburn University students were awarded the Department of Defense Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation Scholarship.
For the second year in a row, more than 70 Auburn University Harrison College of Pharmacy graduates were selected to post-graduate programs at hospitals, clinics, universities and the pharmaceutical industry around the country. Included among them are a record-setting 58 that are entering first-year programs.
On April 27, the Office of International Programs, or OIP, hosted a ceremony for five students who completed the Global Medallion program and eight Global Teaching Academy faculty and staff inductees. The ceremony was a celebration of their collective accomplishments and contributions to enhancing Auburn’s internationalization efforts.
The Miller Writing Center, or MWC, is open for summer semester from May 22-Aug. 1, with appointments available on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Join the Auburn University Office of Inclusion and Diversity, Auburn University Veterans Resource Center and Auburn Student Veterans Association for the first inaugural Memorial Day Commemoration. The event will be held on May 26 in front of Cater Hall as we honor the brave men and women who gave their lives in service to our country. This year's event will focus on those we lost in Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Inherent Resolve, and Operation New Dawn.
Auburn Youth Programs and the Youth Protection Program are partnering to offer on-campus safety training for directors, counselors and staff working for university-sponsored summer camps and programs.
As chemical engineering chair Mario Eden led the department to its highest-ever U.S. News & World Report Graduate Program ranking, he increased undergraduate enrollment to record numbers with incoming freshmen with ACT scores of 30 or higher for 11 years in a row, successfully added 17 tenure-track faculty members and two full-time lecturers during the past 10 years, including the department achieving the highest percentage of female full professors among any chemical engineering department in the country, increased philanthropic support of the program by millions of dollars and successfully led the department through the national accreditation process in 2016 and 2022.
Recipients of Auburn University’s internal research and creative works funding awards programs have been named for 2023.
The Women’s Philanthropy Board, or WPB, will present its Summer Nights event on June 22 at the Gogue Performing Arts Center in Auburn. Summer Nights will be the culminating event of WPB’s yearlong 20th anniversary celebration.
The Kreher Preserve and Nature Center, an outreach program of Auburn University's College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment, celebrated the grand opening of its Pond Pavilion on May 4. The event coincides with a yearlong celebration commemorating the 30th anniversary of the nature center in 2023.
Construction recently began on the College of Education building that will be located at the intersection of West Samford Avenue and Duncan Drive, former site of the Hill Residence Halls.
The Office of Public Service, or OPS, in University Outreach is seeking undergraduate, graduate, post-doc students and surrounding community members who are interested in becoming an AmeriCorps VISTA member in the areas of rural health, K-12, outreach communications and food security.