Auburn University has once again ranked among the best colleges in the nation and remains the best choice for students in the state.
Two weeks into a new semester, the results of the A Healthier U reentry plan are being seen throughout campus. As COVID-19 reports continue, though, a renewed and even stronger push of the plan’s required safeguards will be needed.
Auburn University’s brewing science and operations program has teamed up with CANarchy Craft Brewery Collective and Oskar Blues Brewery to introduce a fellowship to help increase diversity in the brewing industry.
Results from Auburn University’s COVID-19 student reentry testing, which began weeks ago and ended Aug. 21, show there was a 4 percent positivity rate of the disease among students as they returned for classes.
Following a national search, Jeffrey T. Fairbrother, associate dean in the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has been named the next dean of Auburn’s College of Education and a professor in the School of Kinesiology, effective Oct. 1.
Auburn University alumnus Christoph Stuhlinger has established the H. Christoph Stuhlinger Fund for Excellence in Support of Urban Forestry, an endowment to further urban forestry initiatives in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences.
Leslie A. Cordie, associate professor of adult education, and affiliate faculty with University Writing, has been awarded a Council for International Exchange of Scholars, or CIES, Fulbright Research Scholarship to the West Indies. The award is in support of an educational enhancement project to be conducted in 2021.
Auburn University’s College of Human Sciences is welcoming Roger Thurow, renowned author and activist, as a 2020-21 Scholar in Residence.
Auburn University joined the University of Alabama and the University of Alabama in Huntsville for a virtual celebration of OLLI Day Alabama on Thursday, Aug. 20, and announced OLLI Alabama Shares, a program for sharing virtual classes among the three campuses.
Michael Cobb expected to attend an afternoon meeting, only to find his wife sitting in the conference room. She already knew the good news.
Auburn University faculty members Charles and Jessica Starkey, of the Department of Poultry Science in the College of Agriculture, are joining forces with ADM, a global leader in human and animal nutrition, to conduct groundbreaking research with poultry feed enzymes.
The Harrison School of Pharmacy welcomed members of its Class of 2024 to campus last week as orientation for the first-year students began. Orientation looked different than in years past with social distancing and virtual learning integrated into the delivery of the instruction.
Six Auburn University faculty members have been selected for the 2020-21 SEC Academic Leadership Development Program.
It’s relatively easy to complain, especially on social media. For the most part, people air their grievances, commiserate a bit and then get back to the business of life.
Effective August 19, Auburn requires everyone on campus — in all indoor and outdoor spaces — to wear a face covering. This is a preventative measure intended to protect the campus community. Read the complete policy here.
With standardized testing sites continuing to be limited amid the ongoing global pandemic, Auburn University is implementing some modifications to its existing admissions procedures for the fall 2021 semester.
Kelly Dunning, an assistant professor in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences at Auburn University, is one of 20 scientists nationwide to receive a 2020 Early Career Research Fellowship from the Gulf Research Program of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.
Researchers in Auburn University’s College of Agriculture are using a $490,000 grant to accelerate efforts to breed a drought-tolerant peanut plant, a development that would be a game changer for the industry.
Auburn has partnered with institutions across the state to implement the GuideSafe™ platform, one of many university efforts designed to facilitate a safe and healthy return to campus and reduce the transmission of COVID-19.
A multidisciplinary faculty collaboration has led Auburn University to become one of only five sites in the U.S. to receive a new Tosca 400 Atomic Force Microscope, or AFM, on loan from the Austria-based scientific instrument manufacturer, Anton Paar.
Auburn University’s Overtoun Jenda, assistant provost for Special Projects and Initiatives and professor of mathematics in the College of Sciences and Mathematics, or COSAM, has been named one of 15 recipients of a prestigious mentoring award given by President Donald Trump.
The first week of the Intensive Economic Development Training Course—administered by the Government and Economic Development Institute at Auburn University, or GEDI—will be held online Sept. 21-25 in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Auburn University is gearing up for the Aug. 17 start of a fall semester unlike any other, setting in place precautions amid the ongoing global pandemic and reminding students of the need to be tested for COVID-19.
The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University will reopen its doors with a new blockbuster touring exhibition and several added features on Tuesday, Aug. 11.
Lindsey Olive didn’t choose to attend Auburn University because it’s in her hometown, but because it would provide room for career exploration and vast study abroad opportunities.
The Alabama State Department of Education has partnered with Auburn University’s Center for Educational Outreach and Engagement to offer Culture Bump training for Pre-K-12 teachers throughout the state.
Auburn University Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Joanna Sztuba-Solinska recently received a big boost in her quest to discover what makes viruses target specific enzymes within cells.
While poultry manure has served as a convenient and inexpensive fertilizer source for many Alabama farmers, little is known about where those nutrients and minerals go once they pass through the soil. Of special interest to a group of Auburn researchers is the destination of heavy metals in the manure, including zinc, copper and lead.
Opioids and synthetic opioids are a growing cause of overdose deaths both in the United States and in Alabama, accounting for nearly half of all overdose deaths in Alabama.