The latest gift to the Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center at Auburn University came Monday from Hollywood stars Melissa McCarthy and her husband, director Ben Falcone, with a matching gift from Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema on behalf of their upcoming film “Life of the Party.”
Bee Campus USA recently announced Auburn University as the first university in Alabama to be certified as an affiliate of the Bee Campus USA program, designed to marshal the strengths of educational campuses for the benefit of pollinators.
Auburn University will confer 4,032 degrees on its new graduates during the institution’s spring commencement ceremonies. Five main ceremonies will be held May 5-7 in Auburn Arena in addition to separate ceremonies May 8 for its two professional schools.
With the academic year coming to a close and students preparing for graduation, 40 members of the Harrison School of Pharmacy Class of 2018 have been the recipients of good news in the past month. Those soon-to-be graduates are part of a record-setting 58 current and former pharmacy students that will be continuing their education and training through residency programs and fellowships around the country.
Auburn University's College of Liberal Arts is offering two new undergraduate degrees beginning this fall, and one of the degrees is the first of its kind in the state. The college will also offer a new undergraduate certificate.
Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine researchers are being featured at a national meeting today for their collaborative work with Brazilian colleagues that suggests drinking the fermented milk beverage, kefir, may have a positive effect on blood pressure by promoting communication between the gut and brain.
Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine second-year students Jonathan Tubbs and Sofia Castello have been awarded the Auxiliary to the American Veterinary Medical Association Legacy Endowed Scholarship by the American Veterinary Medical Foundation.
Auburn University’s only Medal of Honor recipient will be featured in a new documentary premiering at Pebble Hill on Thursday, April 26.
In April 2011, a series of devastating tornadoes ripped through Alabama claiming hundreds of lives and destroying countless homes. As a native Alabamian, Bo Jackson wanted to help the recovery process and contribute to the construction of shelters for future natural disasters through Bo Bikes Bama.
Cameron Stovall grew up like most boys in Gadsden, Alabama—hunting, fishing and enjoying the outdoors whenever he could. He graduated from high school in 2006 and briefly played baseball for a junior college before transferring to Auburn University. After a stint as an accounting major, Stovall realized he could study what he loved most: the forest. He became a student in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences with a concentration in procurement.
A newly acquired equine dental endoscope by Auburn’s College of Veterinary Medicine is improving the examination and treatment of dental abnormalities in horses while also enhancing the education and skills needed by veterinary medical students.
Auburn University's Board of Trustees today approved construction of a five-story, 600-space South College Street parking deck in the lot just south of The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. The estimated cost of the project is $15.9 million.
Grant Davis, who began his journey with Auburn University more than four decades ago as a student and has been the secretary to Auburn’s Board of Trustees since 1999, recently decided to retire.
Retired Army Lt. Gen. Ron Burgess will oversee a range of Auburn University operational and auxiliary services in an effort to streamline processes and improve management efficiencies.
Matthew Teutsch, instructor in Auburn University’s Department of English in the College of Liberal Arts, received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to Norway, where he will lecture at the University of Bergen in Norway as part of a project that will explore how African American authors imagine and represent the South to both America and the world.
Financial management and the power of women in leadership were the focus of the 16th annual Women's Philanthropy Board Spring Symposium held Monday at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center.
Jane Goodall had never been to Auburn or Auburn University before Monday and yet the famed primatologist and anthropologist knew the power of change resided on the Plains.
Auburn University recognized three recipients of the prestigious Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award at the annual President’s Luncheon April 11. Students Wesley Curles and Hallie Nelson and alumnus and Secretary to the Board of Trustees Grant Davis were each presented with the award, which is given annually to individuals who embody high qualities and nobility of character.
Auburn University sophomore Elizabeth Farrar will work this summer on a research project in Germany that focuses on the parasites that cause sleeping sickness, a disease deadly to both humans and animals.
As part of a team's Capstone collection, Christine Cameron showed lingerie on the runway at last year's annual Fashion Event at Auburn University. A few months and an internship later, she graduated from Auburn with a degree in Apparel Merchandising, Design and Production Management to become an assistant designer for Victoria's Secret.
Pups on the Plains has one goal: to save dogs’ lives. Shelby Stephens, sophomore in natural resources management, founded Pups on the Plains at Auburn University in September as a student-led organization of people who love dogs and are willing to dedicate time to save dogs’ lives and find them forever homes.
Auburn students can walk into career fairs and interviews confident that they will look their best regardless of their financial situation with the help of the Campus Career Closet.
One of the most important topics Auburn Psychology Professor Chris Newland teaches his students is patience.
Kayla Mosley joked that her legs "sort of went numb on the fifth day." And technically, the 2018 Masters hadn't even started yet.
Former U.S. Director of National Intelligence and Navy Vice Adm. Mike McConnell advocated today for stronger protection of digital data transfers and for universities to play a key role in filling cyber security jobs.
Auburn University students who developed a personalized electrotherapy garment to aid injury rehabilitation earned $50,000 in funding and services as winners of the fourth annual Tiger Cage student business pitch competition.
For the final performance of the academic year, Auburn University’s Department of Theatre presents "Mr. Burns, a post-electric play." This play will be performed in the Telfair Peet Theatre Black Box, and runs from April 12-22. Due to a few instances of adult language and some intense scenes, this show is recommended for a PG-13 audience.
Auburn University recently completed the most successful fundraising campaign in its history, raising more than $1.2 billion. The university announced this historic milestone during Saturday’s A-Day game at Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Auburn University researchers are working to transform their best ideas into products and services that benefit society and impact the economy of the state and nation—and three new projects have been awarded special funding to help move them into the marketplace.
With spring upon us, everyone’s attention is turning to fitness, and it’s important to remember fitness benefits pets, too. April is “Canine Fitness Month,” and Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine says now is a time for pet owners to be aware of how to safely introduce increased activity for their four-legged friends.
With the news of devastating fires in California and other locations in the West, Auburn University faculty and Alabama Cooperative Extension System specialists hope to educate the public about the importance of prescribed fire in the Southeast.
Charley Tarver has dedicated his life to conserving the longleaf pine ecosystem. So in 1999, when presented the opportunity to buy a plantation in southwest Georgia, he did not hesitate.
Associate Professor Christy Bratcher has earned a reputation for blending research and instruction in the classroom and beyond, all to the benefit of her students.
Auburn University recently received a $900,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in support of the Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project, or APAEP, at Auburn University.
Severely injured dogs who are abandoned and left to fend for themselves have little chance of survival, much less a chance to enjoy a positive quality of life. But Jasmine has been given a new lease on life, thanks to her rescuers and treatment and care received at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Auburn University President Steven Leath articulated an ambitious vision for the university during his formal installation as the school's 19th president in a Thursday ceremony with the theme, "Inspire. Innovate. Transform."
The global management consulting and professional services firm Joe Forehand helped transform as CEO and chairman derived its name by mashing together two words.
Dogs, like their human companions, can be susceptible to skin cancer, and the Oncology Service at Auburn University's College of Veterinary Medicine could use the help of man's best friend in launching a clinical trial to test a new melanoma treatment drug.