Auburn University recognized faculty members with the university's highest honors at the Faculty Awards ceremony Wednesday, Feb. 28, at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. The awards honor some of the institution’s most innovative teachers, researchers and scholars for their unique and distinguished contributions to the university’s mission.
The curriculum in the Harrison School of Pharmacy at Auburn University emphasizes problem solving and teamwork. Three years ago, a group of first-year students on the school’s Mobile campus recognized a problem and used teamwork to solve it.
Reshma Saujani, influential author, political activist and founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, will visit Auburn University on March 7, as the second speaker in the institution’s spring lineup of the Critical Conversations series.
Auburn University has the nation’s best student chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers, or ASID.
Andrew Card has referred to the moment as the one that crystalized for his boss "the great burden of being president."
Two renowned environmental scientists will visit Auburn University in March to discuss how artificial intelligence technologies will influence outdoor careers and daily life and how weather events influence migratory birds’ wintering ground.
The State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducted six individuals, including four Auburn alumni, and honored a project during a ceremony Saturday at The Westin Huntsville.
Navy Adm. Mike Rogers, commander of U.S. Cyber Command and director of the National Security Agency, will discuss the national quandary of "Privacy vs. Security" during the 2018 SEC Academic Conference hosted by Auburn University.
Auburn University was recognized with 28 awards – the most of any university – at this year's Council for Advancement and Support of Education District III Conference Feb. 13 in Atlanta. The recognition included five Grand Awards given to the university's Office of Development, Office of Alumni Affairs and Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.
Mark Whitacre was a fast-riser at international food processing giant Archer Daniels Midlands, or ADM. At 32, he became the company's youngest division president and was promoted to corporate vice president in 1992.
Successful entrepreneurs see possibilities that others might not. That’s why 1988 Auburn University business alum Jeff Stillwell perked up when a colleague told him about four fishing buddies who started a business selling branded T-shirts and car window stickers at sporting goods and fishing tackle stores near their home city of Jacksonville, Florida.
Addiction to opioids is an epidemic in the United States with people abusing both prescription and illegal drugs. The problem is growing in the state of Alabama and a group within Auburn University’s Harrison School of Pharmacy is working to combat the problem through education and preparation.
How should you respond in the midst of an active shooter incident? It's a question once again in the forefront as our nation grieves another mass school shooting. Since its inception nine years ago, Auburn University's Active Shooter Response Program has provided the answer to thousands, helping lead the way in training among many agencies and schools throughout the nation and world.
A student foursome from Auburn University outscored 52 other student teams from 28 universities across the U.S. last week in San Antonio to claim the Golf Course Superintendent Association of America’s 2018 National Collegiate Turf Bowl championship.
For the first time in its history, the national Wildland Firefighter Apprenticeship Program is providing training in the eastern U.S. at the Auburn University Solon Dixon Forestry Education Center in Andalusia, Alabama. The training course, also known as WFAP, dates back to 1989 and is traditionally held in Sacramento, California.
Auburn University's Tiger Giving Day on Feb. 21 unites the Auburn community at www.TigerGiving.org with one goal in mind—support projects throughout campus and help students and faculty have an effect on a variety of initiatives.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports the flu is "widespread" across the United States with 48 states reporting widespread activity. With this year’s strain having such an impact, Dr. Marilyn Bulloch, a clinical faculty member in Auburn University’s Harrison School of Pharmacy, suggests the use of antivirals in prevention and treatment.
Members of the campus and surrounding communities are invited to join internationally renowned photographer, author and conservationist Joel Sartore on Friday, March 2, as he shares his insights into the National Geographic Photo Ark, his collection of images that capture the world's rarest animals.
One team pitched affordable means to personalized non-medical homecare. Some pitched innovative means to find available parking spots in congested lots. Another introduced onlookers to a robotic tennis ball collector.
Co-Founder of Long Haul Capital Group and retired Marine Colonel Mark "Puck" Mykleby will present "A New American Grand Strategy" to kick off The Office of Sustainability's inaugural Sustainability Speaker Series on Wednesday, Feb. 21 at 4 p.m. in Langdon Hall.
The number of playing fields for intramural and club sports at Auburn University will be expanding.
The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering held a ceremony Feb. 8 to celebrate the dedication of the Davidson Pavilion as part of the renovation to Broun Hall, home of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Aramark, a food services company that has worked with Fortune 500 companies, sports teams and educational institutions around the world, will become Auburn University's partner for dining services and athletics concessions management effective May 7.
Auburn University researchers are hoping to reduce some of the risks and uncertainties of growing biomass crops with a project that focuses on the socioeconomic implications and public policy challenges of bioenergy market development and expansion.
The longest running American musical in the history of Broadway—"Chicago"—will open Thursday, Feb. 15, at 7:30 p.m. on the Telfair Peet Theatre Mainstage.
A big dog with an even larger will to live has been given a good prognosis for recovery and a healthy life following a near fatal house fire in early January.
The Alabama Birding Trails has announced that Auburn University's Louise Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve, informally known as the Kreher Preserve and Nature Center, will be designated as an Alabama Birding Trail location as part of the regional Piedmont Valley Birding Trail.
The Auburn University Foundation recently added two new directors to its board. Paul Jacobson '94 of Atlanta and Beth Thorne Stukes of Jasper, Alabama, began their terms in January, joining the other 22 voting directors of the volunteer board.
Auburn University's Parking Services, in partnership with Focus Engineering, has found a solution for those who circle commuter lots, wasting time and fuel, in hopes of finding a parking spot.
New and improved peanut varieties could be coming growers' and consumers' way more frequently in the future with the successful mapping of the crop's genetic code.
Yellow Card Financial, a startup business created by Auburn University students Chris Maurice and Justin Poiroux, will compete at the Global Student Entrepreneurship Awards national pitch competition Feb. 9 in Dallas, Texas.
Startups from five East Alabama counties have an opportunity to win a share of $100,000 in cash prizes at the Auburn Regional Alabama Launchpad finals this April. However, they must clear their first pitch round.
Robert L. Shibley, executive director of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, or FIRE, is the latest expert to join Auburn University's Critical Conversations speaker series. On Feb. 13 at 5 p.m. in 2550 Mell Classroom Building, the noted author, advocate of first amendment rights and civil liberties in higher education, and member of FIRE since 2003, will address the critical role of free speech on campus.
A water feature where you control the movements of the subject's face; an artificial-turf picnic blanket unfurled for you to climb; an American flag marked with your freedom of expression and others.