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Auburn University has been selected to lead a national manufacturing effort on harsh environment electronics as part of a U.S. Department of Defense led flexible hybrid electronics institute.


Auburn faculty and students call the Plains home. They spend time in the same hallowed halls and walk the same campus pathways, giving cheerful greetings as they pass. But a few Auburn faculty are participating in a program that provides a more personal, mentoring role.


The Community Market of the Food Bank of East Alabama has a new refrigerator to better serve the area's hungry families thanks to the cooperation of a number of Auburn University students.


Fifteen people have done what no one else at Auburn University has ever done before: Become the first class to complete the new graduate certificate in Brewing Science and Operations.


Todd May, a 1990 alumnus of Auburn University in materials engineering, has been named deputy director of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. He will help manage the center's nearly 6,000 civil service and contractor employees and $2.5 billion annual budget.


One of Auburn University’s most popular fall programs is expanding to offer fans more opportunities to see a raptor show and flight demonstration. The Southeastern Raptor Center’s “Football, Fans and Feathers” will hold its educational program this fall every Friday prior to a football game. 


Students in Auburn University's top-ranked fashion program are being challenged to design an Auburn-themed T-shirt that could garner them a $10,000 prize and/or an internship at Robin Ruth, the leading fashion brand to travelers worldwide.


The Auburn University Research Initiative in Cancer, or AURIC, will hold its first Cancer Symposium Aug. 28-29 to bring together Auburn University researchers and others who focus on cancer research to enhance awareness about scientific developments and projects.


A pond created on the Auburn University campus nearly 80 years ago as a teaching tool will receive repairs and improvements beginning this fall through an agreement between the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, or VCOM, and Auburn University. The pond is located behind VCOM's new campus off South Donahue Drive.


Assault advocacy program adjusts hours to all day, every day accessibility.


The Southeastern Raptor Center, or SRC, in conjunction with Georgia Wildlife Rescue Association, will release a juvenile bald eagle Saturday, Aug.15, in Tift County, Georgia. The release will take place at 2 p.m. EST at Paradise Public Fishing Area, 536 Paradise Drive in Enigma, Georgia. The Southeastern Raptor Center is a division of the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine.


A $1 million gift from The Goizueta Foundation to endow undergraduate scholarships will increase access to an Auburn education for qualified Atlanta-area students.


Auburn University has once again earned the Tree Campus USA designation from the Arbor Day Foundation, recognizing Auburn for promoting healthy trees and engaging staff and students in conservation efforts.


Unmanned aircraft systems, or drones, are more than a passing hobby—Auburn University officials believe they could be a key component in the nation's commerce and research.


An array of sounds ranging from pink noise to music by the Black Eyed Peas will resonate from Jordan-Hare Stadium Aug. 15-21 as Auburn University tests the audio system for its new video board.


Former U.S. Representative for Alabama's 6th District, Spencer Thomas Bachus III, will officially donate his congressional papers to Auburn University at a public ceremony Aug. 20 at 1:30 p.m. in the Caroline Marshall Draughon Auditorium in the Ralph Brown Draughon Library. Bachus will give a talk about his time in Washington, "Over two decades in Congress, a journey of a lifetime: The papers of Congressman Spencer Bachus."


The Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association, or SCAVMA, at Auburn University's College of Veterinary Medicine will host the "Tails and Trails" 5K run and 1-mile fun run on Saturday, Aug. 22 to help raise awareness of and research funds for Alzheimer's.


Auburn University graduate Alyssa White has been awarded both a Phi Kappa Phi National Fellowship and a Clarendon Fund Scholarship which she will apply to graduate studies beginning this fall at Oxford University in England. The receipt of both will provide full funding of her graduate studies in archaeological science for the next four years – from a Master of Science degree, or MSc, through a doctorate.


A college ranking website has included Auburn University's interdisciplinary studies degree program on its 2015 list of the best integrative studies programs in the country.


Auburn University President Jay Gogue has signed a memorandum of understanding with Youngsoo Lee, president of KITECH, to formalize the joint research efforts of Auburn's faculty and labs with local companies supported by KITECH.


Mike Warren Jr. used his role as Saturday's commencement speaker to let the latest class of Auburn University graduates know what he didn't nearly 50 years ago when he received a degree in history.