Jonathan Mitchell ’13 sips his coffee, pouring over newsletters and headlines as he prepares for his day with the New Zealand Space Agency.
The Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center at Auburn University will welcome the world-renowned Montrose Trio to the Woltosz Theatre on Tuesday, Dec. 3, ushering in the first of three Chamber Arts series performances the center has programmed for its historic 2019-20 inaugural season.
Auburn University’s Southeastern Raptor Center will hold a special celebration for golden eagles Nova, War Eagle VII, and Aurea, War Eagle VIII, at its Football, Fans and Feathers show on Friday, Nov. 29.
Auburn University student Anne Nelson has a story of tragedy turned to triumph.
On the first official day of the holiday travel season, the administrator of the Transportation Security Administration, David P. Pekoske, addressed his agency’s focus on the nation’s ongoing travel threats since 2001 and also offered holiday travel tips in a Friday event at Auburn University.
In addition to the resolution retiring golden eagle Nova and naming golden eagle Aurea as War Eagle VIII, the Auburn University Board of Trustees addressed the following matters at its Nov. 22 meeting.
Auburn University retired its famed golden eagle Nova, War Eagle VII, during today’s Board of Trustees meeting and named golden eagle Aurea as War Eagle VIII. A ceremony marking the transition will be held at halftime of the Nov. 23 football game with Samford University.
Sarah Thomas and Greg Williams share similar stories of women’s empowerment and history-making feats.
Noted hospitality publication Hotel Management has named two-time Auburn University alumna Brook Ladner to its “30 Under 30” list of the industry’s rising stars.
Three representatives from Auburn University’s Harrison School of Pharmacy will conclude the Auburn Family Friday Speaker Series with a talk Friday, Nov. 22, at 3 p.m. in the Auburn Alumni Center. Associate Professor Brent Fox, Associate Clinical Professor Haley Phillippe and Assistant Dean of the Harrison School of Pharmacy’s Mobile campus Karen Marlowe will present “Battling the Opioid Crisis in Alabama.”
David P. Pekoske, administrator of the Transportation Security Administration, will share his thoughts on the top priorities and challenges for the agency at a Nov. 22 public event at Auburn University.
June Henton, dean emerita of Auburn University’s College of Human Sciences, was recently honored with the 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities’ Board on Human Sciences.
Santa Claus will be visiting Auburn University’s Kreher Preserve and Nature Center during its annual HoHoHo Hike Saturday, Dec. 7, from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Auburn University’s Kreher Preserve and Nature Center is partnering with the Climate Reality Project to host a presentation and discussion about climate change and whether or not we should call it a crisis. The presentation titled “Is Our Climate Really in Crisis?” by environmental expert Lella Lowe will be held Wednesday, Nov. 20, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Auburn University students will benefit from an enhanced partnership with Delta Air Lines to create more leadership opportunities and initiatives through Emerge at Auburn, a campus organization within Student Involvement. A recent gift from the airline extends Delta’s support for Emerge at Auburn, the umbrella organization for student leadership programs, for a third year through the “Speaker Series presented by Delta Air Lines.”
Paul Cobine’s teaching philosophy and methodology is designed to make courses rigorous, fun to participate in and entertaining to teach. Cobine is not just known for his Australian accent and comical classroom references, he helps students learn through memorable moments and adjusting his teaching philosophy through student feedback.
The associate director of Auburn University’s Rural Studio in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction, Rusty Smith, will continue the Auburn Family Friday Speaker Series at 3 p.m. Friday at the Auburn Alumni Center. Smith will present, “Rural Studio: Educating the Citizen Architect.”
Trey Tucker ’06 utilizes the words of the Auburn Creed, especially “the human touch,” to treat his patients with the best care possible as a massage therapist at Synergy Sports Wellness Institute in Atlanta.
If you’ve ordered a honey latte from Coffee Cat or eaten a meal with honey at the Wellness Kitchen, then chances are you’ve tasted the honey of Eddie’s Bees, a business founded by an Auburn University student.
Auburn alumna Harper Grae has made quite the name for herself since graduating in 2012 with a degree in musical theatre and religious studies. Grae has performed at the Country Music Awards Fest, been named by Rolling Stone as one of the next artists to watch, made a guest appearance on the Bobby Bones Show and has been added to CMT’s Artist Discovery program. Her favorite accomplishment, however, might be the work she’s doing with her alma mater.
Auburn University researchers recommend nursing students take a dog for a walk to improve the students’ own health and wellness.
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For the first time, an Auburn University student and faculty member were invited to participate in an exclusive educational tour of Italy.
Auburn University students pursuing the new sustainable biomaterials and packaging degree have become a driving force behind the degree’s visibility and potential growth.
Compound Solutions Inc. of Carlsbad, California, has invested $500,000 in Auburn University’s College of Education to impact teaching, research and outreach. Compound Solutions, or CSI, is an innovative company representing and distributing patented nutraceutical ingredients that improve the health and performance of individuals.
Auburn University’s famed golden eagle Nova, War Eagle VII, could be in the early stages of heart failure, according to university veterinarians.
Auburn University Theatre is presenting a comedy of manners, mishaps and mistaken identities with “The Belle’s Stratagem,” opening on Nov. 7 on the Telfair Peet Theatre Mainstage and continuing through Nov. 15.
A global movement to make shoes more sustainable is growing, according to the USDA. Studies show that the materials commonly used to make footwear contribute to environmental deterioration and can have negative effects on workers’ health.