In an achievement that speaks to its ongoing commitment to a sustainable campus, Auburn University recently was awarded a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, Gold certification for the Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation will unveil its new cyber strategy this week during a virtual event hosted by Auburn University’s McCrary Institute.
World-renowned health official and physician Ambassador Dr. Deborah Birx—the White House Coronavirus Task Force Coordinator—commended Auburn University and Southeastern Conference leadership and students for their response to the COVID-19 pandemic during a visit to Auburn’s campus Thursday afternoon.
The Auburn Alumni Association has launched a face mask initiative through which Auburn alumni and friends can purchase exclusive, limited edition Auburn face masks for personal use while also donating a mask to an underserved area of Alabama.
While the Auburn Family looks forward to celebrating the return of football, officials are asking fans not to roll the two Auburn Oaks and nearby 10 descendant trees this season, and they are encouraging mask wearing and physical distancing during gameday celebrations.
Despite there being no eagle flights at Auburn home football games this year amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, one of Auburn’s most popular fall programs will return to offer a limited number of fans the opportunity to see a raptor show and flight demonstration.
Two faculty members in Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences have received endowed professorships. Professors Becky Barlow and Scott Enebak are now the Harry E. Murphy Professor of Forest Measurements and Management and the Dwain G. Luce Professor of Plant Pathology, respectively.
Researchers from the Auburn University Samuel Ginn College of Engineering have partnered with Calhoun Community College, Huntsville-based Victory Solutions and the newly created Institute for Digital Engineering Advancement, or IDEA, to utilize a $500,000 award from the Department of Defense to develop a digital engineering curriculum and educate the next generation of systems engineers. The award represents year one of a five-year grant totaling $9.9 million.
Auburn’s Office of University Outreach has begun implementing a leadership training guide titled “Culture Bump: 8 Steps to Common Ground” as a tool to teach The Culture Bump Approach™ to individuals and educational leaders throughout the state of Alabama.
With Election Day just weeks away, many are concerned about the security of the process relating to cyber threats, voter registration databases and COVID-19.
This fall, the School of Communication and Journalism in Auburn University’s College of Liberal Arts launched a sports production track within the journalism major, the first of its kind in the Southeastern Conference.
Sarah Jane Levine is no stranger to challenges. Growing up in an active-duty military family, she moved nine times. She started working in middle school. High school had her in apparel markets across the country. And in college, she opened her own store in the middle of a pandemic.
Making lifelong friendships, getting involved on campus and gaining acceptance were just a few things on the minds of the six EAGLES program students as they went through Fall 2020 Panhellenic Recruitment.
The Interdisciplinary Center for Advanced Manufacturing Systems, or ICAMS, at Auburn University has received a $4.26 million award from the U.S. Department of Defense to explore the digitalization of manufacturing and become a resource for small and medium manufacturers throughout the country.
Kenneth Reese didn’t know he was making history. He just loved being a leader in Alabama 4-H.
Auburn University’s Kenneth M. Halanych is part of a group of 20 scientists set to embark on a 14-week voyage to study unexplored Antarctic waters to improve understanding of biodiversity undergoing rapid changes because of a changing climate.
For Jennifer Mashburn, running is more than just a hobby, it’s a necessary escape.
Members of the Auburn University Board of Trustees tasked with reviewing broad diversity and inclusion issues have recommended the university administration enhance the historical marker signifying the 1964 desegregation of Auburn.
The Auburn Student Center has been named for Harold Melton, chief justice of the Georgia Supreme Court and the first person of color elected as the university’s student body president.
When it comes to world-class equipment, laboratories at Auburn University’s College of Sciences and Mathematics, or COSAM, are in a league of their own.
The College of Agriculture at Auburn University has announced the hiring of Mykel Taylor as the Alfa Endowed Eminent Scholar.
The Office of Academic Assessment recently honored the Food Science Bachelor of Science Program for its selection as the 2019 Provost’s Program Assessment Excellence Awardee. The award is given annually to one program that exemplifies a positive culture of assessment by engaging in thoughtful and well-aligned assessment practices.
For most of 2020, the world has been on lockdown. Sheltering in place, staying home and getting accustomed to life spent indoors is a new way of life. A walk through the neighborhood or even into the backyard, for a while, was a bit of a treat. That did not last long.