The head coach of Auburn University’s wheelchair basketball team, Robb Taylor, will kick off the eighth annual Auburn Family Friday Speaker Series event Friday, Sept. 6, at 3 p.m. in the Auburn Alumni Center.
Auburn University is continuing its commitment to encouraging conversations around intellectual diversity, inclusion and free speech in higher education with the Critical Conversations Speaker Series. First generation college student, Harvard University assistant professor and author Anthony Jack will speak on campus Nov. 7.
The Auburn University Southeastern Raptor Center’s annual online auctions for jesses and lures used by its eagles during gameday flights will begin this season with the first home football game against the Tulane Green Wave on Sept. 7.
It’s not often a celebrity graces the cover of Southern Living magazine, but when the timing worked out for a beloved actress and Southern woman to make an appearance, Editor-In-Chief Sid Evans ran with it. Auburn alumna and Academy and Golden Globe winning actress Octavia Spencer opened up to the magazine about faith, Southern roots and life in Hollywood as the cover model for the magazine’s September edition.
Auburn University Professor and Alabama Extension Wildlife Specialist James Armstrong retired recently as professor emeritus after a distinguished 29-year career.
Tarana J. Burke will deliver the Extraordinary Women Lecture in the Telfair Peet Theatre on Thursday, Sept. 26, at 4 p.m.
A new golden eagle will join Auburn’s famed eagle roster this season to soar over Jordan-Hare Stadium before the Tigers hit the field.
Money, Forbes and Niche agree—Auburn University is the best choice for students in the state of Alabama.
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, programs and research.
From the director of conservation operations to the national director of event fundraising, Ducks Unlimited is colored orange and blue.
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Assistant Director Brian Harrell outlined unique cyber threats facing the national infrastructure and pledged his agency’s assistance in addressing them head-on Friday.
Auburn University Theatre’s 2019-2020 season will celebrate the hard work of students in the department with “Bodies of Work.” Productions in the 106th season will highlight the roles taken on and off the stage by those students who present audiences with awe-inspiring stories at the Telfair Peet Theatre.
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Director Chris Krebs laid out the agency’s five principles for defending today’s cyber infrastructure and securing the cyber tools of tomorrow during a talk at Auburn University on Thursday.
A new study by Auburn University psychology associate professor Tracy Witte and researchers with the Centers for Disease Control, published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, indicates higher suicide rates among veterinarians, when compared to the general population, might be attributable to pentobarbital access, a drug used for the humane euthanasia of animals.
The Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center at Auburn University is celebrating the start of its inaugural season with a star-studded Grand Opening Festival, Thursday, Aug. 22–Sunday, Aug. 25. Performances and events will be held in both the Gogue Center’s Walter Stanley and Virginia Katharyne Evans Woltosz Theatre and the Amphitheatre at the City of Auburn Lawn and Porch.
Auburn University is one of seven institutions to receive the 2019 Excellence in Assessment, or EIA, designation from the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment.
As a leader on the forefront of cybersecurity research and professional preparedness in the industry, Auburn University and the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering will host the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) director and assistant director during a two-day event Aug. 22-23.
The Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences is reaching out to connect with its alumni and friends from across the state. Over the summer, the school hosted three special events in the cities and surrounding areas of Andalusia, Monroeville and Montgomery, Alabama, where Dean Janaki Alavalapati provided an overview of the school’s activities and his plans for its future.
Auburn University’s College of Sciences and Mathematics has selected Henry “Hal” Schenck as the recipient of the first Rosemary Kopel Brown Eminent Scholars Chair in Mathematics.
The Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences has recognized Frank Walburn, Regions Bank senior vice president of natural resources and real estate, as its Outstanding Alumnus of the Year.
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, which will be held each Friday before home football games.
When Drew Dunn earned his business degree from Auburn in 2004, he wasn’t sure what he wanted to do as a career. “I took a little time off and then I took a job selling office supplies,” he said. “It took me about two weeks to figure out that’s not what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.”
Auburn University, located in the “Loveliest Village on the Plains,” is also home to the happiest students in the nation, according to The Princeton Review’s 2020 rankings released this week.
From Olympic Gold medalists to a Women’s Basketball World Cup winner, Auburn University has no shortage of world champions. Now, incoming freshman Seth Maddox can add his name to that exclusive list.
Soy flour could soon replace petroleum—at least in adhesives used in the manufacturing of particleboard.
LaKami Baker has been named interim executive director of Auburn University’s Government and Economic Development Institute, or GEDI, in the Division of University Outreach. Her appointment was effective Aug. 1.
Auburn University’s Harbert College of Business has launched a new graduate certificate in cybersecurity management designed to provide business professionals with the skills they need to manage operational exposure in today’s high-risk threat environment.
Almost 50 years after Dick Ingwersen earned his degree from Auburn, he returned to The Plains to share what he called “hard-won insight” with the university’s summer 2019 graduating class: Don’t be afraid to fail.
Lindsey Hohmann, a graduate student in Auburn’s Harrison School of Pharmacy, is working to find ways to prevent opioid overdose deaths in the United States by empowering pharmacists with access to naloxone.