Auburn's School of Nursing and Lactation Services at East Alabama Medical Center will again offer help to new moms attending Auburn football games.
Auburn University has named James "Jim" O'Connor of Georgia Institute of Technology as its chief information officer following a national search, effective Oct. 1, announced today by Provost Timothy Boosinger.
Auburn University mechanical engineering professor Pradeep Lall has received a top National Science Foundation award for his work as director of Auburn's Center for Advanced Vehicle and Extreme Environment Electronics, or CAVE3. His research includes developing methods for protecting electronics in harsh environments.
Scientists have long understood the effect large urban areas like New York City or Atlanta have on temperature – these mega cities are warmer than nearby rural locations due to increased energy usage, the enormous presence of heat-absorbing impervious surfaces like concrete, steel and asphalt, and dwindling green spaces. Scientists refer to these heat-producing urban centers as "urban heat islands." What is less understood is whether smaller urban areas create the same urban heat island effect.
Estella Mims Pyfrom, honored in 2013 as a CNN Hero, brought her Brilliant Bus and Brilliant Minds Kids Tour–with more than 100 students from Southeastern states–to the Auburn University campus July 17-18. The visit was part of a program hosted by Auburn’s Center for Educational Outreach and Engagement, an office of Auburn’s University Outreach.
The McWhorter School of Building Science is hosting the 33rd annual International Symposium for Automation and Robotics in Construction July 18-21 at Auburn University with the theme “Collaboration between Academia and Industry.”
Faculty behind Auburn University's Brewing Science and Operations program believe the recent accomplishment of two of its graduates validates the effectiveness of the new programming.
Pulitzer Prize winner Rick Bragg is one of five veteran media professionals selected to receive 2016 Auburn Journalism Honors awards on Sept. 9.
Auburn University's chemistry graduate program is the number four program in the country according to the 2016 Top Chemistry Graduate Programs rankings that were recently released by GraduatePrograms.com. Each year the website publishes top graduate school rankings, which are compiled based on student and alumni feedback in areas such as quality of instruction, student diversity, campus safety and earning potential.
Auburn University has been selected to participate in a new U.S. Department of Education program that will use education to help prisoners reenter society.