The 13th annual Boshell Research Day, scheduled for March 20 at the Marriott Resort at Grand National in Opelika, Alabama, will bring together experts from around the U.S. to discuss current topics related to diabetes and the role of obesity in its development.
Auburn University’s Kreher Preserve and Nature Center is partnering with the Auburn Public Library for Read Across the Preserve on Monday, March 2, from 3:30-5 p.m.
More than 4,000 donors gave to 40 campus-wide projects on Tiger Giving Day, held on Feb. 19. The fifth annual day of giving for Auburn University featured projects that benefited students, faculty, research and the community. Of the projects, 33 met their full fundraising goals, with almost all of the remaining projects achieving 75 percent or more of their goals, breaking previous Tiger Giving Day records.
The State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducted six individuals, including three Auburn University alumni, during a ceremony Feb. 22 at the Bryant Conference Center in Tuscaloosa.
Monika Raj is on a mission to revolutionize the process of researching, diagnosing and treating cancer, with an ultimate goal of saving lives. It’s a drive that recently received $75,000 in funding support as Raj—an assistant professor in Auburn University’s Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry—became the only researcher in the state of Alabama selected into the 2020 cohort of Sloan Research Fellows.
The Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences will present “Trends and Implications for the Future of Packaging: A Panel Discussion” from 3-4:15 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, at the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Building, 602 Duncan Drive.
Auburn University is continuing its Critical Conversations Speaker Series with a March 3 event featuring Porter Braswell, the CEO and co-founder of the technology platform Jopwell.
Auburn University alumnus Drake Pooley has not been in the same city for more than six days straight in over a year and a half.
U.S. Ambassador to Slovenia Lynda C. Blanchard heard about Auburn University’s expertise in cybersecurity and artificial intelligence on a return visit Friday to her alma mater.
Auburn University School of Kinesiology Assistant Professor Austin Robinson received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to study racial differences in sodium and blood pressure regulation. Robinson is researching why African Americans in particular are more likely to have diminished cardiovascular function after eating high amounts of dietary sodium. He will receive $764,093 over five years for the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Career Development Award on “Racial Differences in Serum Sodium and Blood Pressure Regulation.”
Zac Moss, a third-year Auburn student studying theatre and agricultural communications, can often be found memorizing lines for an upcoming play during his study break.
The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University will open a new exhibition that offers viewers a look at visions of race, culture, spirituality and everyday life in the South by self-taught 20th-century women artists who operated beyond the bounds of the mainstream art world.
Scott Kramer offers Auburn University students much more than a chance to study abroad and earn class credit.
Tra’Cee Tanner started designing her own clothes in the ninth grade. By the end of high school, she had made her own prom dress and soon enough was on her way to a degree in apparel merchandising at Auburn University.
Auburn University will celebrate its fifth annual day of giving, known as Tiger Giving Day, on Wednesday, Feb. 19. For 24 hours at TigerGiving.org, members of the Auburn Family can support a variety of campus-wide projects that benefit Auburn students, faculty and the community. Each project featured on the site needs help reaching its single-day funding goal, and visitors will be able to see real-time updates reflecting the collective impact of their giving.
Auburn University Theatre is presenting the cutthroat world of competitive high school cheerleading with "Bring It On The Musical," opening on Feb. 13 on the Telfair Peet Theatre Mainstage. "Bring It On The Musical" is directed by Dan LaRocque and continues until Feb. 23.
The Auburn University Board of Trustees addressed a number of growing needs at its Feb. 7 meeting on the campus of Auburn University at Montgomery.
Auburn University’s College of Agriculture and Agricultural Alumni Association will recognize and celebrate five Alabamians for their significant contributions to the state’s agriculture industry through the years during the 2020 Alabama Agriculture Hall of Honor banquet Thursday, Feb. 6, at the Auburn Marriott Opelika Hotel and Conference Center at Grand National. The ticketed event begins at 6:15 p.m.
Cow-calf producers and members of the Alabama Veterinary Medical Association across the state will gather March 13-15 to gain valuable insight on how to be more successful in the beef cattle business during the Beef Cattle Conference hosted by the Auburn University Department of Animal Sciences and the Alabama Cooperative Extension System Animal Science and Forages Team. It begins at 1 p.m. Friday, March 13, at the College of Veterinary Medicine Education Center off Wire Road in Auburn.
The director of Auburn University’s Rural Studio program, Andrew Freear, will be recognized in April with the Architectural League of New York's highest honor, the 2020 President's Medal.
Two Auburn University researchers are part of a team that has launched a study on the viability of several species that dwell in the estuaries of the Gulf of Mexico and have experienced a steep population decline in recent years. The work, which seeks to strengthen the creatures’ resilience to damaging environmental factors, could play a large role in ensuring their future sustainability.
In further affirmation of its land-grant mission to better the community, Auburn University has again achieved an outreach milestone with the recent renewal of its Carnegie Foundation Community Engagement Classification through 2026.