FBI Deputy Director David L. Bowdich brought a message of strength through partnerships to Auburn University Friday, addressing his agency’s efforts since 9/11 and its expanding outreach mission with academia.
Katharine Hayhoe, an atmospheric scientist who studies climate change, will address the Auburn community at the 2020 Sustainability Speaker Series event Thursday, Feb. 6, at 7 p.m. in the auditorium at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center.
Jan Davis is a 1977 mechanical engineering alumna who enjoyed a distinguished career at NASA as an engineer, astronaut and executive and now serves as a leader in private industry.
Auburn University has introduced a new design for its collegiate license plate that is now available for purchase through local tag offices for cars and motorcycles. The new design features the interlocking AU logo on the left side of the tag, orange and blue stripes across the bottom with “Auburn” in orange and “Alabama” at the top. The Auburn tag features six characters and personalization is free.
The Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center at Auburn University will introduce its new Global Perspectives conversation series beginning Jan. 30. The four-event series will feature artists from the center’s 2019–20 inaugural season lineup in facilitated, in-depth discussions with Auburn students, faculty and the community. Participating artists will address the origins and exchange of various global art forms, particularly those of the African diaspora and the American South, and discuss their own works and influences.
David L. Bowdich, deputy director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, will share his thoughts on the top priorities and challenges of the bureau at a public event on Friday, Jan. 31, at Auburn University.
Auburn University’s Kreher Preserve and Nature Center is partnering with the experts at the Auburn Astronomical Society for Astronomy Night at Kiesel Park on Saturday, Feb. 1, from 7-9 p.m.
A new exhibition of contemporary sculpture and mixed media artwork has opened at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University, inaugurating a year of museum programming that brings women artists to the forefront.
Rusty Smith would be the first one to tell you experience is the greatest teacher. And that’s exactly the model for how Auburn University’s Rural Studio program operates.
Auburn University’s Kreher Preserve and Nature Center and the Opelika Wood Duck Heritage Preserve are welcoming the Alabama Audubon for its birding field trip Saturday, Feb. 1.
An Auburn University graduate with a doctorate in physics recently found evidence of a new atomic process, proving a theory that was made a decade ago by a former Auburn professor. The find is one that has atomic physicists excited, and it could very well unlock answers to a key cosmological question about the evolution of stars and other objects in the universe.
Jaylah Goodson, a junior majoring in biomedical sciences, excels at Auburn University through her studies, participating in student organizations and serving as a biology lab teaching assistant. But her success and busy schedule don’t stop there.
Auburn University’s online graduate programs are among the nation’s best, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 Best Online Program rankings released Jan 14.
Two Auburn University students were selected for the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, an opportunity that will allow them to spend the next 15 months developing and implementing service projects that address the root causes of health disparities in under-resourced communities. Harley Moore, a member of the Harrison School of Pharmacy’s Class of 2022, and Emily Munn, a doctoral student in the School of Kinesiology, will join 15 other fellows from the state.
Now, here’s something to Tweet about: This year’s 2020 Diversity Promising Practices Conference at Auburn University will feature one of Twitter’s key thought leaders.
Auburn has been more than a university for Megan Thompson. Instead, it’s been “an unbelievable experience.”
An Auburn University-led study indicates that racism may result in tolls related to premature biological aging among African Americans. African Americans who reported more racial discrimination over a 10-year period showed signs of faster aging at the cellular level during the same time frame.
A new study led by Auburn University researchers and published in the journal, Nature Climate Change, shows a four-fold increase in emissions of the potent greenhouse gas nitrous oxide—a major contributor to climate warming—in global streams and rivers.
Auburn University is continuing its commitment to encouraging conversations around intellectual diversity, inclusion and free speech in higher education with three upcoming speakers as part of the Critical Conversations Speaker Series.
Auburn University will offer several campus wide events and service opportunities as part of its Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Week January 20-24.
As part of a new “Auburn Application Week” offer, Auburn University will waive its new student admission application fee for in-state residents Jan. 13-17.
The Auburn University Hospitality Management program will host its signature annual event, the student-planned Hospitality Gala, on April 17 at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center.
Hareesh Tippur likes to ask why and how.