Auburn University is collecting food, water and other materials to benefit the Lee County residents affected by the March 3 tornado.
Nearly 4,000 donors supported Auburn University’s fourth Tiger Giving Day, with the number of donors, gifts and funded projects breaking previous Tiger Giving Day records.
Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine will host an event celebrating Brain Awareness Week March 12 to share research being conducted at Auburn on rare and fatal brain disorders known as GM1 gangliosidosis, Tay-Sachs and Sandhoff diseases.
One of the nation’s largest food industries will soon find its innovation hub in Alabama, thanks to Auburn University’s new Charles C. Miller Poultry Research and Education Center. The 30-acre, multi-facility complex will celebrate the opening of its newest facility, an administration and classroom building, April 10 at 3 p.m.
“War Eagle,” a public service announcement produced by Auburn University and aired on national television, has garnered a Grand Award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. CASE presented the honor at its annual District III conference Feb. 26 in Atlanta.
As bee and other pollinator populations and habitats continue to decline throughout the world, markets for pollination services have been growing in importance.
Federal funding legislation recently approved by Congress includes more than $43 million for a new agricultural science facility at Auburn University that will improve food production in the state of Alabama and beyond.
The Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences will host “Cross-Laminated Timber Markets: A Panel Discussion” on Wednesday, Feb. 27, from 3-4 p.m.
When Auburn University senior Cassie Bebout was 6 years old, her 9-year-old brother Jake died from GM1, a rare genetic disease with no cure. Cassie’s life was changed forever.
The word “research” evokes images of scientists wearing white lab coats in a lab full of beakers. But important discoveries are made beyond the sciences in all fields.
Staff and volunteers at the Kreher Preserve and Nature Center are working hard to build a number of new houses and habitats for the countless birds that frequent the 120-acre outdoor forest. Since the Alabama Birding Trails added the site to its lineup last summer, the birds have drawn in their biggest audience ever, so the changes couldn’t come at a better time.
Three significant classroom and research buildings are coming to Auburn University.
This spring, Auburn University will begin construction of a 151,000-square-foot academic classroom and laboratory complex, or ACLC, and a 48,000-square-foot, three-story central dining hall.
A culinary science center unlike any other is coming to Auburn University in 2021.
Auburn University is taking another giant step as the Southeast’s leader in structural engineering research and instruction through the construction of a $22 million Advanced Structural Testing Laboratory.
Students from the University of South Alabama wishing to pursue a degree with the Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy will have a new path thanks to a program announced Tuesday.
Auburn University’s Department of Theatre in the College of Liberal Arts opens the new year on the Telfair Peet’s Main Stage with the fantastical musical “Big Fish,” book by John August and music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa. “Big Fish” opens Feb. 14 with performances through Feb. 24.
Tickets are currently available for the 2019 Women’s Philanthropy Board Spring Symposium and Luncheon featuring renowned chef Emeril Lagasse on Monday, April 8, at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center.
As an institutional leader of transportation research and workforce development, Auburn University’s Department of Civil Engineering has taken the lead to organize and develop the 62nd Annual Alabama Transportation Conference.
From aviation students competing in a women’s air race to saving wild tigers in India, there is something for everyone on this year’s Tiger Giving Day. On Feb. 21, Auburn University will continue the annual tradition of matching compelling, grass-roots initiatives with donors around the world at TigerGiving.org.
The popular movie “Finding Nemo” might have been on the big screen several years ago, but recently the film’s main character appeared on a much smaller stage — under an electron microscope at Auburn University.
It is a lofty and noble goal: eliminating racism and anti-Semitism in the world. Cathleen Giustino, the Mills Carter Professor of History in Auburn University’s College of Liberal Arts and recipient of the university’s Creative Research and Scholarship Award, is doing her part one museum collection at a time.
The diverse creativity and innovative artwork from Auburn’s nationally renowned faculty will be on display in “AU VI: Department of Art and Art History Studio Faculty Exhibition” at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University, Feb. 9 through April 7. The exhibition, the latest and sixth iteration in a series of triennial exhibitions, features the current work of Auburn’s artists in a wide variety of media including ceramics, drawing, painting, sculpture, photography and interactive design. Since 2003, this collaboration has provided the university and community the opportunity to view the work and research of Auburn’s award-winning and influential artists and art historians.
Auburn University Wildlife Professor and Extension Specialist Mark D. Smith was recently appointed as a fellow by The Wildlife Society in recognition of his exceptional service to the wildlife profession.
Like squirrels save nuts for the winter, people often save money for a rainy day. Research shows the adages also apply to Wall Street.
More than 200 students from around the country will convene at Auburn University this weekend to take part in AuburnHacks, the university’s first student-led technology competition.