“It’s one of those ideas that is so good you wonder why it hadn’t been done before. It just makes sense,” said Randy Bartlett, professor of industrial design in Auburn University’s School of Industrial and Graphic Design. He’s referring to entrepreneur Hutch Hammond’s vision of a more reliable and easier-to-use digital LED down marker in football games.
One of the most profound changes we've seen in our lifetime is the growth of technology. What we use today, from the way we communicate to how we buy goods and services, is different, newer and more progressive compared to just a few years ago.
The current cyber threat and how Auburn University is responding will be the topic of the This is Auburn Speaker Series event Friday, Nov. 4, at 3 p.m. at the Auburn Alumni Center. Retired Army Lt. Gen. Ronald L. Burgess Jr., senior counsel for national security programs, cyber programs and military affairs at Auburn University, is giving the talk.
A unique program is now underway to provide interventions for teens experiencing ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, depression or anxiety and a range of other social or behavioral problems. The classes meet once a week at the Dean Road Recreation Center in Auburn. Enrollment is now open for a second session that begins in January.
A $250,000 gift from Columbus Regional Health in Columbus, Georgia, will support two classrooms in Auburn University’s new School of Nursing facility.
Nine Auburn University students are among the nominees for the nation's top postgraduate honors, including the Rhodes, Marshall and Mitchell scholarships. Students awarded these scholarships will pursue their individual fields of study at prestigious universities in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
A Space Act Agreement was signed between Auburn University and NASA on Friday, Oct. 21, to collaborate on the development of wireless sensor and communication technologies. It is the second Space Act Agreement between the two organizations in the last 15 months.
What cyber threats have the highest potential for destruction? What threats have the greatest chance to succeed even with minimal damage? What should concern security officials most? What can be done to stop them?
Auburn University and the City of Gulf Shores are moving forward with plans to build a complex in Gulf Shores, Alabama, that will serve as both an educational outpost for Auburn and a resource for Gulf Coast residents.
The glow of more than 400 jack-o-lanterns will illuminate the courtyard of Auburn University’s Dudley Hall on Friday, Oct. 28, as students from the College of Architecture, Design and Construction host the 28th annual Pumpkin Carve.
Auburn University is once again the only university in the state to be recognized in The Princeton Review's 2016 Guide to 361 Green Colleges. In the recently released seventh annual edition of its book, the education services company selected Auburn for inclusion as one of the most committed to sustainability.
Auburn University has been named one of three universities in the state's Regional Autism Network, which officially launched Oct. 1 under the direction of the Alabama Department of Mental Health, lead agency of the Alabama Interagency Autism Coordinating Council.
Three Auburn University professors have been selected to participate in the 2016-17 Southeastern Conference Academic Leadership Development Program, or SEC ALDP. Auburn’s fellows include Allen Landers, professor in the Department of Physics in the College of Sciences and Mathematics, Kevin Moore, associate professor in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction and Todd Steury, associate professor of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences.
Deemed “charming, funny, touching and likable,” by Variety magazine, “Is There Life After High School?” is the second presentation of the 2016-2017 season for the Auburn University Department of Theatre. Opening on Thursday, Oct. 20, and running through Oct. 29, the production is loosely based on Ralph Keyes’ bestseller about the awkward absurdities of adolescent life.
The Alabama Coastal Foundation will hold its fourth annual "Connect to Your Coast" event Thursday, Oct. 27, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Auburn University's Kreher Preserve and Nature Center, 2222 N. College St. in Auburn. Attendees can enjoy a meal while learning about efforts to protect Alabama's coastal environment.
Navy Adm. Michael S. Rogers – Commander of U.S. Cyber Command, Director of National Security Agency and Chief of Central Security Service – will discuss important issues in cyber security as part of a "This is Auburn Speaker Series" event Friday, Oct. 21, at 3 p.m. at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center.
Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine will host a one-day Women's Leadership Development conference for students, graduate students and faculty on Saturday, Oct. 29.
Reading a job description is one thing, but hearing about it from professionals who are experts in their respective fields has much more impact. One organization that steers students toward career opportunities and internships is the Harbert College's Financial Management Association Honor Society, or FMA.
As construction on the adjacent Mell Classroom Building passes the halfway point, Auburn University will close the Ralph Brown Draughon Library for nearly four weeks while crews work inside the building. The library will be closed immediately after finals conclude on Dec. 10 and will reopen Jan. 7.
Auburn University's Student Government Association hosted its 67th annual Hey Day celebration Thursday on the Student Center green space, bringing the Auburn Family together with a day dedicated to promoting a close knit community by simply saying "Hey."
DesignIntelligence Quarterly has released its annual rankings "America's Best Architecture and Design Schools 2016-2017," and Auburn University's College of Architecture, Design and Construction programs are once again ranked among the best in the nation.
The Auburn University chapter of the National Academy of Inventors, or NAI, will hold its sixth annual luncheon Wednesday, Oct. 12, beginning at 11:30 a.m. in ballroom A of The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. Faculty, students and administrators meet annually to hear about the latest developments in innovation, inventorship and commercialization at Auburn University.
The Raymond J. Harbert College of Business is accepting nominations for awards to recognize Auburn University's established and emerging business leaders and innovators during the 2017 Auburn University Entrepreneurship Summit. Programming for the summit includes the Top Tigers awards luncheon and the Entrepreneur Hall of Fame gala.
Auburn University is going head-to-head with the University of Alabama as it ramps up its 23rd annual Beat Bama Food Drive, which kicked off Oct. 1 and ends Nov. 16.
Auburn University's Office of Information Technology has partnered with Ricoh printing company to bring students two new services this semester: PrePay Printing and Kiosk Printing.