It’s one thing for an Auburn University student to work at New York’s famed Fashion Week. It’s another to do it twice.
The Southeastern Raptor Center, or SRC, in conjunction with the state of Alabama, will be releasing a young, healthy bald eagle on Saturday, June 2 in Eufaula.
Six Auburn University graduates will serve as English Teaching Assistants in five countries around the world as awardees of the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship. This is the first time in the history of the university that six Auburn students have received Fulbright Scholarships from the celebrated educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government.
Horses love sweet feed and lush, green grass, but equine veterinarians at Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine warn that overindulgence of either can be a primary cause of a serious hoof disease known as laminitis.
The Auburn Oaks are, beyond any shadow of doubt, a source of pride for the Auburn Family. Standing tall at Magnolia Avenue and College Street, two trees on the corner have represented the spirit that is not afraid for decades upon decades.
The nation’s beekeepers lost 40 percent of their managed honey bee colonies between April 1, 2017, and March 31, 2018, an increase of almost 7 percentage points from the previous year’s total loss rate, results of an annual nationwide survey show.
As a staff sergeant in the Air Force, Houston native Melissa Villanueva was stationed throughout the world, from Kuwait to Indonesia, serving in communications and later as a medic. These days, Villanueva has shifted her medical focus to helping animals and her location of choice is Auburn University, which recently received national recognition as a Military Friendly School.
Auburn University and its Huntsville Research Center will host top cyber security professionals from across the nation for the 10th annual National Cyber Summit June 5-7 in Huntsville’s Von Braun Center, highlighted by renowned speakers and a job fair for cyber professionals and college students.
The need for security continues to grow in all facets of American life, and Auburn University is meeting that need with experts in cyber security, public safety, crisis management and odor detection technology. While many of the university’s experts are of the human variety, there are some of the canine variety, too.
Auburn University College of Liberal Arts faculty members Barb Bondy, from the Department of Art & Art History, and Jeff Katz, from the Department of Psychology, have been awarded a $90,000 Research: Art Works Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). The grant will support the collaboration between art and psychology in this study that examines the effects of training in observational drawing on behavioral and neural changes in the brain (brain plasticity).
Warmer weather is upon us and pet owners tend to think about tick and flea control for their dogs and cats. But according to a veterinary parasitology expert at Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, this should not be just a seasonal concern.
Auburn University undergraduate Nicole Hogue has been awarded the David L. Boren Scholarship and will spend the next academic year studying Mandarin Chinese at Capital Normal University in Beijing, China, and the Harbin Institute of Technology in Weihai, China. The Boren Scholarship aims to increase the number of American students studying in nations that are underrepresented in traditional study abroad programs.
With May being Stroke Awareness Month, Auburn University Professor Michael Brown says it’s a great time to focus on healthy practices that can be key in saving one’s life.
The Auburn University College of Human Sciences will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the International Quality of Life Awards on Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, at the United Nations in New York by honoring Lionel Richie, legendary musical artist, record producer and philanthropist, and Judy Woodruff, pioneering broadcast journalist and women’s advocate.
The Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy was recently ranked among the top 25 pharmacy programs in the country by Drug Store News.
Ghana is located on the west coast of Africa and is known for its diversity of languages and people. It has a rich heritage and unique mix of cultural groups. Despite its colorful culture and background, some Ghanaian communities lack many of the medical resources available in the United States. The Auburn University Outreach Global office decided to do something about that.
Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences will launch a new sustainable biomaterials and packaging degree this fall to prepare students for in-demand careers within bio-based industries such as nanotechnology, packaging and construction.
Imagine you’re a 20-something: You’re excited to identify your career path, find the love of your life and plan for a family. Imagine, then, you are suddenly jolted from this path by illness. Imagine your doctors telling you that your life is never going to be the same.
On Wednesday, May 9, a group of 44 Marines, Sailors and Midshipman of the Auburn University Navy ROTC will depart on a four-day, 201.5-mile ruck march from Auburn to Navarre, Florida.
Live poultry production in the U.S. is on the cusp of revolutionary changes, and Auburn University’s National Poultry Technology Center, or NPTC, is helping to ensure that producers are not left behind.
A trio of Auburn University alumni returned to campus this weekend to offer words of wisdom to the more than 4,000 new Auburn graduates as part of spring commencement exercises.
Five Auburn University students and an alumna are recipients of the 2018 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, and five others received honorable mention. The fellowship program helps ensure the vitality and diversity of the scientific and engineering workforce in the United States.
The Watercolor Society of Alabama, one of the oldest major watercolor organizations in the country, sponsors an annual juried exhibition and competition open to watercolor artists across the country. The society’s 77th exhibition, featuring 80 artists, will be on view May 20 to July 29 at Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Auburn University.
“Audubon’s Last Wilderness Journey: The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America,” on display at the Jule Collins Smith Museum, will be coming to a close on Sunday, May 6. The museum is open Friday, May 4, until 4:30 p.m. Weekend hours are Saturday from 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and Sunday from 1-4 p.m.
The Auburn University Veterinary Teaching Hospital has been ranked No. 1 in the nation among academic veterinary teaching hospitals, according to results from a national survey company.
Auburn University is helping minority youth to discover first-hand how agriculture, engineering, technology and natural resources relate to the world around them and to experience the excitement of academic excellence, leadership, technical development and teamwork.
A $500,000 gift to Auburn University’s College of Agriculture from Crossville, Alabama-based D&F Equipment Sales Inc. and its founding Fortenberry family will support ongoing development of the Charles C. Miller Jr. Poultry Research and Education Center, located at the North Auburn campus.
Dedication. Enthusiasm. Compassion. Spirit. Those are just some of the words used by classmates and faculty to describe Maggie Thompson, but she would be the first to point the finger back at the students in the class of 2018 at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine.