With almost $1 million in funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an Auburn University pharmacy researcher is working to develop new and innovative education programs for pharmacists, ultimately improving vaccination processes and standards, and potentially saving lives through increased vaccination rates.
Representatives from Auburn University’s Beat Bama Food Drive and the University of Alabama’s Beat Auburn Beat Hunger, along with each school’s cheerleaders, mascot and SGA president, will gather with Gov. Kay Ivey on Monday, Oct. 1, at 11:30 a.m. on the front steps of the Capitol to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the annual food drive competition.
Joshua Duke, professor of applied economics and statistics at the University of Delaware, will join the Auburn University College of Agriculture on March 1, 2019, as Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology chair and professor.
As a mother of a child with special needs, Angie Colvin Burque personally and professionally experienced the need for more educational and community activities for preteens, youth and young adults with special needs, especially those with moderate to severe life challenges. Burque, who serves as director of field education and associate clinical professor of social work in Auburn University’s Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work in the College of Liberal Arts, wanted to change the narrative for families, like hers, who have special needs.
Three Auburn University programs and three faculty members have been recognized in DesignIntelligence magazine’s annual survey of “America’s Top-Ranked Architecture & Design Schools.”
Auburn University will host at the second annual Tactical Athlete Human Factors Summit Wednesday, Sept. 26 and Thursday, Sept. 27 at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine Auburn campus.
The nation’s top law enforcement official, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, visited Auburn University on Friday to examine two Auburn initiatives designed to protect the public—one focused on the national opioid crisis and the other involving the world’s most advanced detector dogs.
Auburn University’s Critical Conversation Speaker Series is returning this fall with two events that will address issues of inclusion and diversity and civil discourse in higher education.
Tony Schoonen, chief of staff of the renowned wildlife conservation organization, Boone and Crockett Club, will visit Auburn University to present a seminar Friday, Sept. 28, at 11 a.m. at the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences.
More people than ever are interested in giving farming a try. In the past, people turned to farming family members for help. Today, most people are generations removed from farming.
A biennial exhibition showcasing the creative work of Auburn University faculty and staff will be open Sept. 28 through Oct. 14 at the university’s Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, located at 901 S. College St.
Auburn University’s Department of Theatre in the College of Liberal Arts is kicking off its 105th season on Sept. 20 with “The Last Night of Ballyhoo” on Telfair Peet’s Main Stage. This play will be the first production to take place on the brand-new stage floor, which was renovated this past summer. The performances will continue through Sept. 28.
The Auburn University Board of Trustees approved the 2019 fiscal budget of $1.349 billion at its Sept. 14 meeting.
Jane DiFolco Parker, Auburn University’s vice president for development and president of the Auburn University Foundation, has announced she will retire at the end of 2019.
Tickets are currently available for the 2018 Women’s Philanthropy Board Fall Colloquium and Luncheon, featuring Auburn Athletics Director Emeritus David Housel and former Auburn quarterbacks Randy Campbell, Stan White and Ben Leard, on Friday, Oct. 12, at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center.
There may be nothing more important to a veterinary radiologist than developing visual skills in order to make determinations about a medical issue an animal may have.
Robert Finkel, associate professor of graphic design at Auburn University, was named an “Educator to Watch” in 2018 by Graphic Design USA.
What began as a dissertation proposal exploring how rural people deal with the risk of living near nuclear reactors evolved over time into a compelling story that is being compared to a recent New York Times best-seller.
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, the author of Auburn University’s 2018-2019 Common Book, “One Amazing Thing,” will speak on campus Sept. 19.
Auburn University Theatre is presenting its 105th season in partnership with the Alabama Bicentennial Commission to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the state.
Nominations are being accepted for an awards program honoring Auburn University’s top alumni entrepreneurs.
Auburn University’s College of Agriculture and Agricultural Alumni Association will co-host the 39th annual Ag Roundup Saturday, Sept. 29, at Ag Heritage Park ahead of the Auburn Tigers’ 2018 homecoming game against the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles.
Auburn University has taken another step forward as a leader on the national stage of cybersecurity with today’s naming of globally renowned cyber expert Frank Cilluffo to direct Auburn’s Charles D. McCrary Institute.
Auburn University will host the Auburn Family Friday Speaker Series each Friday before home football games for fans wanting to learn more about Auburn people and programs that are inspiring, innovating and transforming in the community and beyond.
One of Auburn University’s most popular fall programs returns to offer fans the opportunity to see a raptor show and flight demonstration—the Southeastern Raptor Center’s Football, Fans and Feathers educational program will be held each Friday before home football games.
Tara Durboraw is a senior at Auburn University, majoring in wildlife ecology and management. The New Market, Alabama, native also volunteers for the Southeastern Raptor Center, where she works with the eagles and other raptors. At other times, she is an artist who is sharing her love for the raptors and designing the gameday lures and jesses used during the pre-game eagle flight in Jordan-Hare Stadium.