Jeffrey Fairbrother, the new dean of Auburn University’s College of Education, has hit the ground running since beginning his tenure on Oct. 1.
Auburn’s Kenneth Noe knows there is much to learn from the past. After all, the Draughon Professor of Southern History in the College of Liberal Arts has devoted the majority of his life, including a four-decade academic career, to it.
An air of hope was palpable as Dr. Justin Evans entered the auditorium at Methodist Dallas Medical Center to become one of the first people in the state of Texas to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine on Monday.
The Auburn University School of Nursing has created a commemorative book, featuring stories from some of its alumni who have been on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A recent study co-authored by an Auburn University professor, utilizing nearly two decades of data on birds inhabiting New York City parks, answers longstanding questions about how well urban green spaces function to protect biodiversity, particularly the varieties of bird species.
Fifty-six years after first walking onto the Auburn University campus, Harold Franklin strode across the stage to be honored as part of the fall commencement ceremony at Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday morning.
Working proactively behind the scenes, Auburn University Facilities Management has put into place several modifications to its daily operating procedures aimed at helping to keep university students, faculty, and staff healthy during COVID-19.
An Auburn University researcher has joined with European scientists in an attempt to decipher the disease process caused by one of the world’s most harmful plant pathogens, Xylella fastidiosa.
Retired Army Gen. Lloyd Austin III, a 1986 alumnus of Auburn University, has been selected to serve as the nation’s next secretary of defense. If confirmed, Gen. Austin would become the nation’s first African American leader of the Pentagon.
Auburn University Alumni Professor Daowei Zhang has been named associate dean of research in Auburn’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences following an internal search. He began in the role on Nov. 20.
Embracing technology, students and faculty at the Harrison School of Pharmacy are fulfilling their commitment to care for those in Alabama and deliver accessible health care through the Population Health Clinic.
The Auburn University College of Human Sciences hosted the 2020 International Quality of Life Awards Monday, honoring individuals and organizations who have gone above and beyond to improve quality of life amid a pandemic. This year’s honorees, the Heroes of COVID-19, included health care professionals, nonprofit organizations, teachers and education leaders, among many more.
In observance of current health and safety guidelines amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Auburn University will recognize its fall 2020 graduates with additional safety protocols in place for the fall commencement ceremonies set for Saturday, Dec. 12, in Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Auburn University strengthened its reputation as the premier destination for structural engineering research on Monday by opening the doors on a $22 million state-of-the-art laboratory that will provide solutions to the nation’s growing infrastructure issues for years to come.
The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center has been named among the first hotels in the world to successfully become Sharecare Health Security VERIFIED® with Forbes Travel Guide.
The Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine recently honored the 2020 Annual Conference and J.T. Vaughan Equine Conference award recipients during a virtual ceremony.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shuttered businesses, curbed progress in countless areas and stunted growth across the globe, but Auburn University’s Department of Aviation has weathered the storm and is flying high as another semester comes to a close on the Plains.
In light of the heroic actions by people, partnerships and organizations amid a global pandemic, the Auburn University College of Human Sciences’ 2020 International Quality of Life Awards, or IQLA, will recognize heroes, such as the members of the Walker Area Community Foundation and Julie Broadway, for their work improving quality of life through an unprecedented year.
Auburn University is using radio-frequency identification, or RFID, technology on this season’s football field-access passes to monitor access to Pat Dye Field during home football games.
Two Auburn University research projects are among the recipients of a $2.57 million award by the Alabama governor’s office to five of the state’s research institutions, Gov. Kay Ivey announced recently.
For more than 31 years, Bruce Gladden has been conducting research in Auburn University’s School of Kinesiology, and the results of his work have been studied and recognized internationally. Gladden, the director of the Muscle Physiology Lab and the Humana-Germany-Sherman Distinguished Professor of Education, is the recipient of the Creative Research and Scholarship Award. The award recognizes faculty members who have distinguished themselves through research, scholarly works and creative contributions.