Auburn has again secured a spot on one of The Princeton Review's highly competitive college lists. The university’s commitment to sustainability was recognized recently by The Princeton Review's 2021 Guide to Green Colleges.
New COVID-19 research by Auburn University faculty member Shufen Pan and student Yongfa You is the first to find that urban vegetation could slow the spread of COVID-19, a finding that was published recently in the journal, Geophysical Research Letters.
Although normally on opposite sides of the field, Auburn University, Clemson University, Louisiana State University and the University of Missouri have teamed up since 2017 to protect their beloved and shared mascot, the tiger.
Six Auburn University political science professors addressed public concern about everything from cybersecurity to potential wait times at polling locations less than two weeks ahead of Election Day during an hourlong webinar session on Friday.
ConventionSouth, the national multimedia resource for planning events in the South, presented The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center with a 2020 Readers’ Choice Award. This is the fifth consecutive year the property has won this prestigious award.
Not even the COVID-19 pandemic could keep Auburn University doctoral student Joe Ozbolt and a talented national team of student scientists from completing a prestigious summer internship with NASA.
Just three days after zooming to the ARCA Menards Series championship, Auburn senior building science major Bret Holmes was on Zoom resuming a full slate of classes on the Plains.
Auburn University will recognize a group of outstanding faculty members and their contributions to the institution’s instruction, research and outreach mission at the university’s annual Faculty Awards on Nov. 18.
Alabama State Rep. Joe Lovvorn, who represents Auburn in House District 79, recently visited the Warrior Research Center, or WRC, in the Auburn University College of Education’s School of Kinesiology.
When Jack West first stepped onto Auburn’s campus as a freshman, he wasn’t sure what he wanted to study or what career path he wanted to pursue. Little did he know that just three years later, he would be playing a vital role in disseminating important information to the student body during a global pandemic.
An Auburn University human sciences researcher has been awarded nearly $12.5 million to offer and study relationship education in Alabama.
An Auburn University researcher is leading a yearlong project that examines the COVID-19 pandemic in low-income, health-vulnerable communities in the three poorest states in the Southeast—Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi—to examine how decision makers interpret and communicate information to compel collective action during a crisis. The project was authored because Black, Indigenous and other people of color are suffering disproportionate health and socioeconomic impacts of the pandemic.
A popular pesticide is causing bird species to decline at an alarming rate in the United States, according to a recent study co-authored by an Auburn University researcher and published in the journal, Nature Sustainability.
Auburn University has been ranked 20th among U.S. colleges and universities providing outreach and community support on a local, national and international scale, particularly during this year’s coronavirus crisis.
Auburn University is investing in students’ financial futures through an innovative new academic partnership with Regions Bank aimed at developing smart fiscal habits.
The Norwegian Nobel Committee this month awarded the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize to the World Food Programme, or WFP, for its work ending hunger around the world. Auburn University, also on the front lines in the fight against hunger, shares a storied history with the WFP that spans 16 years of groundbreaking partnership.
Auburn’s fall 2020 graduates will be recognized at the university’s fall commencement ceremonies scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 12 in Jordan-Hare Stadium, contingent on current health and safety guidelines and weather.
Five new faculty members have joined the Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences to expand its expertise and capacities. This new group of researchers and professors will propel the school’s increasing array of innovative programs, its size and standards of excellence.
The Auburn University College of Human Sciences will continue the longstanding tradition of recognizing those who make a significant impact on quality of life around the world, through the 27th annual International Quality of Life Awards, or IQLA, on Dec. 7.
The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University will livestream an online discussion and reading featuring 2020 Auburn Witness Poetry Prize winner Matt Donovan and Utah’s Poet Laureate Paisley Rekdal at 6:30 p.m. CT on Thursday, Oct. 15.
Auburn President Jay Gogue will participate next week in Everbridge’s Autumn 2020 “COVID-19 R2R: The Road to Recovery” virtual leadership summit Oct. 14-15, a global virtual symposium that will focus on the road to recovery from COVID-19. The event will feature such prominent speakers as Dr. Anthony Fauci and Sir Richard Branson.
A team of researchers from Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences is exploring ways to give new life to downed timber that has been decimated by hurricanes.
We often hear the stories about industry joining with academia to turn research developments into commercially viable and marketable products. Most of those relationships develop through the promotional efforts of the university’s technology and intellectual property advancement program. Sometimes, though, they can happen when companies become interested in a graduate’s qualifications for employment.
Since a potentially devastating cotton virus was first detected in Alabama fields in 2017, a group of Auburn University researchers and Alabama Extension specialists has been working tirelessly to learn everything they can about it so farmers can minimize their risks.
There’s a new mayor in town.
Rising anthropogenic nitrous oxide emissions are jeopardizing climate goals and the Paris Accord, a study published in Nature and led by an Auburn University researcher has found.
The Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center at Auburn University this fall will livestream a series of three virtual concerts by some of Alabama’s most renowned and talented musicians.
A company formed on commercializing antibiotic replacement technologies developed by and with Auburn University researchers has become the first out-of-state winner of Florida’s highly competitive Cade Prize for Creativity and Innovation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unexpected challenges in every Auburn student’s life, but if there’s one person who has the strength to power through those struggles, it’s Rachel Klein.
ReNari Wells is bound and determined to stand out from her classmates at Auburn University.
Leaders from the Federal Bureau of Investigation unveiled the organization’s revised strategies for dealing with cyber attacks at an hour-long virtual event hosted by Auburn University’s McCrary Institute on Thursday morning.