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One of the most easily identifiable buildings along South Donahue Drive in Auburn recently received a major facelift.


Planned August celebrations to recognize Auburn University spring and summer 2020 graduates have been indefinitely postponed due to recent interstate travel restrictions and large in-person event concerns associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.


Many people may view serving their community as a noble cause to work into their lives when possible and convenient. For Laura Minton, it has become a way of life.


It’s a case where the investment greatly outweighs the risk.


Ari Alexander never even heard of Auburn University until her family moved to Alabama from Michigan when she was in the eighth grade.


Maria Soledad Peresin, a faculty member in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences at Auburn University, has co-authored a book that calls attention to the enormous potential of a tiny but powerful nanomaterial.


Auburn will conduct COVID-19 screening tests for all students who will be on campus this fall as part of the university’s comprehensive plans for a safe and healthy semester. 


Auburn University’s McCrary Institute is partnering with Air University to examine challenges related to cyber and critical infrastructure security, for the purpose of advancing U.S. national security. The two entities will combine their extensive expertise on national security issues to spur dialogue and action on pressing problems and practical solutions.


Jameela Broadie may only be at the halfway point of her undergraduate career, but she already is well on her way to becoming one of the more accomplished Auburn Tigers on campus.


During the school year, Bailey Thomas never has a moment to spare, and she likes it that way. The rising fifth-year senior is involved in almost every type of organization on campus, ranging from community service groups to Auburn Greek Life organizations to first-year experience programs.


A plaza recognizing the legacy of the Black Greek organizations and African-American culture at Auburn University will be erected in front of the new Academic Classroom and Laboratory Complex.


Auburn today released details of A Healthier U, a plan for the return of students, faculty and staff this fall that encourages individual responsibility for the health of the campus community.


The quest to find more efficient renewable energy sources is growing across the globe, and one Auburn University chemistry professor is dedicating his research to taking the cause to the next level in the coming years.


L. Octavia Tripp, an associate professor in the College of Education’s Department of Curriculum and Teaching, recently completed a unique, two-week remote STEM teaching assignment with students in Shenzhen, China, in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak.


Kelly Dunning, an assistant professor in Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, was part of a team that created and implemented a volunteer-driven citizen science project called “Nurdle Patrol,” which measured microplastic pollution across the Gulf of Mexico.


Recognizing the importance of genomics in modern health care and a rise in precision medicine, the Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy created the Center for Pharmacogenomics and Single-Cell Omics Initiative, or AUPharmGx. One year later, the initiative—a first of its kind in the state of Alabama—is seeing early positive returns, placing Auburn at the forefront of the growing science.


Auburn University College of Agriculture research and extension faculty will be using a $3 million grant to help forge a future for Alabama agriculture by encouraging the use of innovative conservation practices among the state’s row crop farmers.