Auburn University will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a series of events centered on the idea of “becoming the beloved community.”
Auburn University has had quite an impressive record when it comes to students achieving nationally competitive scholarships, particularly in the past 10 years, with two Rhodes Scholars, two Marshall Scholars and two Gates Cambridge Scholars.
Auburn fans making plans to attend A-Day Saturday, April 7, can expand their fun by attending two College of Veterinary Medicine events—the Southeastern Raptor Center’s Wing Fling on Friday, April 6, and Open House on Saturday, April 7.
Auburn University President Steven Leath today announced plans to hire 500 tenure-track faculty by 2022 targeting a broad range of research and scholarly disciplines at the leading land-grant university.
Auburn University management professor Dave Ketchen has been named the recipient of the Southeastern Conference's 2018 Faculty Achievement Award for Auburn, announced today by the SEC.
Kelly Dean Jolley doesn’t have a teaching philosophy on teaching philosophy.
Auburn University’s top entrepreneurial faculty and students will join local, enterprising residents—each with ideas and projects that could impact the economy of the state and nation—on April 4 for the university’s LAUNCH competition and the Auburn Regional Alabama Launchpad finale.
Auburn University veterinary students won the national bovine palpation championship—consisting of pregnancy diagnosis and fetal aging in cattle—at the Student American Veterinary Medical Association's annual symposium at the University of Pennsylvania March 15-17.
An April 3-5 blood drive that will team Auburn University Housing and the American Red Cross is indicative of a partnership decades in the making, with one of the most poignant examples of the life-saving collaboration being from the Vietnam War era.
Two Medal of Honor recipients, including an Auburn University alumnus, will share their reflections on service in the Vietnam War at the East Alabama Vietnam Veterans Welcome Home Ceremony at 6 p.m., Thursday, March 29.
Spring break was work time for the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 2018, which started its journey of gaining real-world experience in their chosen disciplines under the supervision of veterinarians around the U.S.
Leaving the stress of work at the office isn't easy for anyone.
Veterinarians at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine have successfully conducted their first-ever procedure to correct atrial fibrillation in an equine patient, being one of only a handful of veterinary schools nationwide able to perform the procedure.
The annual dance concert returns to Telfair Peet Theatre Main Stage on March 22 with “Take a Walk in Her Shoes.” Conceived and directed by College of Liberal Arts faculty members Adrienne Wilson and Jeri Dickey, “Take a Walk in her Shoes” draws on specific information from the 125th anniversary of women on Auburn’s campus. The performance will weave together varying forms of dance to highlight the multidimensional and daringly diverse experiences of women.
Mike McConnell, former United States director of national intelligence and Navy vice admiral, has been added to the speaker lineup for the 2018 SEC Academic Conference hosted by Auburn University. He will speak on "Privacy vs. Security."
John M. Mason Jr., vice president for research and economic development at Auburn University, has been appointed as chancellor of Penn State Harrisburg and will begin the new role effective Aug. 1.
From the beginning of his career, Ken Halanych has been turning evolutionary biology research on its head.
More than 700 pre-veterinary students from across the U.S. will attend the 2018 American Pre-Veterinary Medical Association, or APVMA, Symposium at Auburn University March 23-24.
Auburn University natural resources master's graduate Sarah Lessard of Franklinton, Louisiana, has been selected to spend this year working with the House Committee on Natural Resources in Washington, D.C., as a Sea Grant John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellow.
NASA and ASTM International, a global standards organization, have selected Auburn University for two new partnerships that will spur technological advances in additive manufacturing, also known as 3-D printing.
Auburn University's agricultural communications students have the opportunity to gain real-world experience in a way few other students can.
Auburn University entomologists have discovered and identified a tiny wasp that could provide a huge benefit to soybean producers and other farmers.
Each tree that occupies Auburn University's canopy has a story of its own. From freezing winters to scorching summers, the more than 8,500 trees in the university's core area, plus those outside it, comprise more than 120 species. Each tree contributes to making the campus' 600 acres some of the loveliest in the southeast—and each tree was a part of Auburn recently earning its ninth consecutive Tree Campus USA designation from the Arbor Day Foundation.
Auburn University's Office of Inclusion and Diversity is seeking nominations for its inaugural University Awards for Inclusive Excellence and Diversity. The awards celebrate exceptional contributions that will help advance the work of diversity and enhance a culture of inclusion at Auburn.
Marilyn Laufer, director of Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University, will retire, effective June 1. As the museum’s longest-serving director, Laufer will have completed a total of 22 years of service to Auburn University and 12 years with the museum.
Two of Auburn’s own continue to be recognized by the famed James Beard Foundation for their culinary mastery.
It's a lofty ritual rooted in victory and celebration – a paper roll and a toss of the hand unique to Auburn University and now recognized as the nation's top sports tradition.
Nearly 500 Auburn University students with a flair for research and creativity will showcase their talents when they gather for the annual student research symposium.
A pair of nationally recognized cyber security experts will highlight a professional development workshop co-hosted by Auburn University's Harbert College of Business and Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.
Aspiring entrepreneurs, small farmers and small business owners are invited to attend the sixth installment of the Food Entrepreneur Conference on March 21-22 at the Center for Advanced Science, Innovation and Commerce, or CASIC, building in the Auburn Research Park.
Soybeans are a nutritious and good source of dietary protein, but they may have unwanted effects as well. Auburn University Professor Benson Akingbemi is researching the long-term impacts they might have on hormonal activity—particularly in males.
If one Auburn University associate professor has her way, a new outreach program aimed at promoting healthy behaviors in children from neighboring Tallapoosa County will be available statewide.
Auburn University animal scientist Don Mulvaney begs to differ with those who hold that leaders are born, not made. For him, the proof is in the pudding, and in his 35 years as a faculty member in the Department of Animal Sciences, he has amassed a world of proof.
A team at Auburn University is recreating one of the most pivotal moments in civil rights history – Bloody Sunday – as an interactive 3D model that will allow generations to come to experience and learn about the events that transpired on March 7, 1965 at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama.
The Auburn Alumni Association awarded four recipients with its highest honor, the Lifetime Achievement Award, on March 3, 2018 at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. They are:
Small patients are nothing new for Auburn's College of Veterinary Medicine, but a recent case is believed to be its smallest one to date to undergo Patent Ductus Arteriosus, or PDA, surgery. The owner and tiny dog flew a long way, more than 2,600 miles, to have the procedure performed.
Auburn University’s online MBA program has been ranked in the top 10 nationally based on the quality of incoming students, an assessment by graduates of their MBA experience and the career outcomes of program graduates.
Auburn University’s recent 24-hour, online fundraising event, known as Tiger Giving Day, attracted more than 2,400 Auburn University alumni and friends, whose giving benefited the 31 projects featured. Of these projects, 23 were fully funded, some by as much as 310 percent. The remaining projects all achieved at least 50 percent of their goal. All projects can be viewed at www.TigerGiving.org.