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Auburn University's affection for tigers goes far beyond its lovable Aubie. Its faculty and administrators are helping bring together wildlife researchers across the United States and India to save wild tiger populations.


One of Auburn University’s most popular fall programs–the Southeastern Raptor Center’s Football, Fans and Feathers–returns to offer fans the opportunity to see a raptor show and flight demonstration. The educational programs will be held each Friday before home football games beginning Sept. 1.


Auburn University will join 35 other top research universities nationwide, including MIT and Georgia Tech, as the newest participant in the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation’s prestigious, merit-based scholarship worth $10,000 each to outstanding college juniors and seniors and partially supported by living astronauts of America’s storied space programs.


It is not every day that surgeons and clinicians perform a medical procedure on a pet duck at Auburn University's College of Veterinary Medicine, but in the case of Chester, a 1-year-old white domestic neighborhood duck from Newnan, Georgia, their work successfully returned the web-footed wonder to a normal lake-living lifestyle.


Robyn Miller wears many hats, including that of doctoral student earning her degree in English and teaching classes at Auburn University; part-time volunteer at the Southeastern Raptor Center where she works with the eagles and other raptors; and artist who designs gameday lures and jesses used during the pregame eagle flight in Jordan-Hare Stadium.


Auburn University is accepting nominations for its alumni entrepreneurship awards that will be presented as part of the 2018 Auburn University Entrepreneurship Summit hosted by the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business.


The 2017 Blue Jean Ball, a “Tribute to a True Southern Legacy,” will honor Auburn University’s legendary football coach Pat Dye.


The energy in the Mell Classroom Building @ RBD Library is palpable. Auburn University's new classroom facility has been bustling with students and faculty during its first week, and the excitement about the new space likely won't be slowing anytime soon.


Auburn University officials are asking fans not to roll the new Auburn Oaks at Toomer’s Corner this football season because the trees aren’t fully established, but they welcome fans to enjoy the tradition by rolling designated trees next to the corner.


Another grant from the National Endowment for the Arts will allow the Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project, or APAEP, at Auburn University to continue helping hundreds of students grow through the visual arts.


Beginning fall 2017, Auburn University will welcome distinguished scholars, journalists and thought leaders to campus as part of the "Critical Conversations" speaker series–a forum to explore and discuss a full range of viewpoints and ideologies on topics such as inclusion, intellectual diversity and free speech in higher education.


Auburn University's National Center for Asphalt Technology and Jiangsu Sinyue Asphalt Co. of China have established a 10-year research and development agreement focused on advancing cost-effective and sustainable asphalt pavement practices in China and throughout the world.


The public is invited to a preview screening of "The Vietnam War," a new documentary from Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. at Pebble Hill.


Auburn University’s new Health Sciences Sector is bringing together its School of Nursing and the Harrison School of Pharmacy’s Pharmaceutical Research Building in one complex to support advanced innovations and collaborations.


AURIC, the Auburn University Research Initiative in Cancer, will hold its annual Cancer Research Symposium Aug. 25-26 at the Marriott Grand National in Opelika.


The Tennessee Valley Corridor, a regional economic development organization spanning 10 congressional districts in five states, has expanded its footprint to incorporate Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District represented by Congressman Mike Rogers, which includes Auburn University and the City of Auburn.


Pogo is a tiny pony—a "miniature" horse to be exact—with a very big will to live and apparently, a large destiny to fulfill.


Auburn University Professors Prabhakar Clement and Latif Kalin were presented as American Society of Civil Engineers 2017 Environmental and Water Resources Institute fellows during the recent World Environmental and Water Resources Congress held in Sacramento, California.


Auburn University Panhellenic has received its first National Panhellenic Conference, or NPC, College Panhellenic Excellence Award, the highest award that a college Panhellenic can win from the conference.


Auburn University today conferred 1,160 graduate and undergraduate degrees during the first two ceremonies of President Steven Leath’s tenure.


Auburn University’s College of Agriculture has launched a project to establish a highly productive, on-campus teaching garden that will give greater visibility to active agricultural fieldwork at Auburn and enhance the legacy of the historic Old Rotation.


Auburn University’s Overtoun Jenda, assistant provost for Special Projects and Initiatives and professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, has secured an additional $5 million from the National Science Foundation for a five-year project to diversify the workforce in the Black Belt region of Alabama.


A traveling exhibit, "Alabama Justice: The Cases and Faces that Changed a Nation," will tour the state in 2019, Alabama’s bicentennial year, thanks to funding from the Alabama Humanities Foundation, Auburn University Intramural Grants Program and a College of Liberal Arts Summer Research Grant.