The Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center at Auburn University is seeking volunteer ushers to help support its patron services team at performances and special events starting with the 2019–20 inaugural season.
Expansion of the Auburn Research Park—which fosters creativity and innovation for more than 20 industries—is nearing.
For Auburn alumna Eva Wohiren, writing and storytelling have always been passions. Her teachers and parents recognized her talent for it, too, and often pointed out that she excelled in writing. That’s why a journalism degree seemed like a natural fit for Wohiren when she enrolled at Auburn.
The first clinical trial of a gene therapy treatment created through a research alliance between Auburn University and the University of Massachusetts has been administered in a child at the National Institutes of Health, or NIH, in Bethesda, Maryland.
Following a national search, Susan Hubbard has been named the next dean of Auburn University’s College of Human Sciences, effective July 1.
Auburn University’s Kyes Stevens, founder and director of the Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project, has been named a recipient of the Alabama State Council on the Arts’ Governor’s Arts Award. She will be honored at the “Celebration of the Arts” awards ceremony on Wednesday, May 22, in Montgomery.
Frank Cilluffo, director of Auburn University’s McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security, testified before the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Thursday, saying foreign-owned enterprises pose a critical threat to our national transportation and critical infrastructure networks. He told the committee of the potential significant consequences to U.S. economic power, military strength, innovation and jobs, noting current vulnerabilities, consequences of those vulnerabilities and solutions. His full testimony can be found below.
Auburn University researchers will continue to reap the benefits of being a part of the Center for Clinical and Translational Science as the center’s funding from the National Institutes of Health has been renewed for another five years.
Auburn University’s website, auburn.edu, was selected as one of the top 20 university website designs in 2019 by Glorywebs. The company recently released a list of universities that received a Top 100 Awards designation based on websites with the best simplicity of navigation, organized layout and effective communication.
Auburn University is taking its student experience to new levels with the addition of campus facilities ranging from a world-class culinary science center to an engineering structures lab to a central dining hall and classroom building. Construction for these projects will begin this summer and signify a $240 million investment in Auburn’s future.
Two Japanese Maples planted this week at the President’s Home have a special history.
Auburn University student Jay Wall, a junior from Birmingham in the College of Liberal Arts majoring in political science and minoring in German, has been awarded the Congress-Bundestag Exchange for Young Professionals Fellowship.
Auburn University’s recently appointed vice president for research, James Weyhenmeyer, has been named the recipient of the American Heart Association’s 2019 Morgan Stark Memorial Award.
End Child Hunger in Alabama, the first outreach initiative after the Hunger Solutions Institute at Auburn University was established, has made strides in reducing the number of hungry children in the state in just five years.
For many suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, alterations in the brain can begin 10 or more years before the appearance of symptoms and a diagnosis. Early detection in Alzheimer’s is critical and the search for those early markers drives the research of Harrison School of Pharmacy graduate student Sharay Setti.
The Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center at Auburn University will begin selling full season and series subscriptions for its 2019-20 inaugural season on Wednesday, May 15.
Researchers in the Auburn University School of Nursing found animal-assisted therapy promotes social engagement among adults with dementia or other cognitive impairments.
A class of Auburn University students spent the spring semester working with guitars. But, it wasn’t a music class—it was a real-world design studio where industrial design students worked alongside an award-winning instrument engineer to build their own guitars.
Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences has established a new initiative called the Forest, Environment and Wildlife Leadership, or FEWL, Academy to create future leaders.
Ashley Gilbreath, a 2004 Auburn University graduate, is an award-winning interior designer specializing in casual, elegant spaces. Her full service interior design firm, Ashley Gilbreath Interior Design, has been featured nationally in Southern Living, House Beautiful, Country Living and Coastal Living, as well as a pilot show, “Sweet Home Renovation,” which aired on HGTV.
Walt Woltosz is a two-time Auburn aerospace engineering alumnus who went on to develop augmentative communication systems for persons with severe disabilities.
Two Auburn University alumni returned to the Plains this weekend to deliver commencement addresses to the institution’s 2019 graduating class.
Four Auburn University students and five recent graduates are recipients of a 2019 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.
All 50 U.S. states have “right-to-farm” laws, but what or whom do they really protect?
Auburn University’s Harrison School of Pharmacy and the Alabama Department of Mental Health have joined forces in the battle against opioids, creating the Opioid Training Institute.
As part of Alabama Public Television’s ongoing “Spotlight on Agriculture” documentary series, the network will air the episode on “Wildlife” Monday, May 6, at 9 p.m. C.T. “Wildlife” is the second episode in a trilogy series focused on Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences research and the importance of forestry, wildlife and natural resources to the state’s economy and quality of life.
When Auburn University students cross the stage at Auburn Arena during graduation, they normally do so with their support group of family and friends cheering them on.