Auburn University recognized five professionals for their outstanding work at the ninth annual Provost Advising Awards event on Feb. 24.
Charles Barkley—one of the most celebrated and influential athletes to ever wear an Auburn uniform—not only continues to champion Auburn athletics, but also is dedicated to providing big assists to some of his alma mater’s all-star faculty.
Thirty Auburn University students have received a Together We Will Scholarship.
Auburn University’s College of Agriculture and its Department of Animal Sciences are teaming up with global packaging manufacturer and distributor Winpak to focus on research to extend the shelf life of meat and food products.
Approaching Selma, Alabama, from the south on Highway 80, the iconic Edmund Pettus Bridge looms large on the horizon as travelers begin the incline to cross the Alabama River.
Mike Phillips has been named director of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, the primary outreach organization for Alabama A&M and Auburn universities, both of which are land-grant institutions with the mission of providing real-life solutions and helping improve the lives of all Alabamians.
Laurence Rilett, one of the nation’s foremost transportation thought leaders, has been tapped to lead Auburn University’s newly established Transportation Research Institute. Rilett previously served as a distinguished professor of civil engineering and the Keith W. Klaasmeyer Chair in Engineering and Technology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, as well as the director of the Mid-America Transportation Center and the Nebraska Transportation Center.
As the Southeast’s leader in transportation research and education, Auburn University is taking another step forward with the formation of the Auburn University Transportation Research Institute.
Auburn University has once again been recognized nationally for its support of military students, earning the 2021-2022 Military Friendly® School designation.
In landscape architecture, purpose works itself out in multiple ways. A designer carefully chooses plants and trees for their size, color, texture and suitability to their environment, then arranges them in the soil in relation to buildings and other structures. These elements welcome people into the space and enhance their quality of life.
Auburn University’s sixth Tiger Giving Day on Feb. 24 continues the annual tradition of pairing compelling projects with the generosity of students, faculty, alumni, community members and friends. For 24 hours, members of the Auburn Family can support campus-wide projects and see the impact of their gifts through real-time updates on TigerGiving.org.
NASA recently included the work of Dennis Bodewits—an associate professor in Auburn University’s Department of Physics in the College of Sciences and Mathematics—in a timeline highlighting the history of the revolutionary Hubble Space Telescope.
Auburn University has opened the doors to a sophisticated new autonomous vehicle research facility at Auburn’s National Center for Asphalt Technology, or NCAT, test track—one of the few facilities of its kind in the nation attached to a test track.
Kayleigh Chalkowski, a doctoral student in the Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, is leading a research study that’s making important discoveries about the scope of disease caused by a deadly parasite spread by feral cat populations—not just in Kauai, Hawaii, where the study took place—but worldwide.
Auburn University’s collaboration with the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology in Huntsville will be the focus of Alabama Public Television’s next episode of “Spotlight on Agriculture” Feb. 18 at 9 p.m. and again Feb. 21 at 2 p.m.
Researchers at six universities, including Auburn University, have found that mask usage was high on campuses in locations where masks were mandated.
Making the world a better place through improved infrastructure has become a passion project for Auburn University Assistant Professor Rob Holmes.
Scientists in Auburn University’s College of Agriculture and the Alabama Cooperative Extension System are world renown for their expertise in Southern row crop production, and they continue to share that expertise even during a pandemic.
The 1960s was one of the most turbulent decades in American history. There was the Summer of Love, Woodstock and the moon landing, but three prominent men were assassinated and violence erupted in cities such as Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, as well as Montgomery, Birmingham and Selma, Alabama.
Two residence halls in the Village will bear the names of two Black women considered “trailblazers” at Auburn University.
Noted Auburn University engineering alumnus Yogi Goswami, director of the Clean Energy Research Center at the University of South Florida and co-founder of industry-disrupting air purifier manufacturer Molekule Inc., will make a virtual return to the Plains on Friday, Feb. 5.
Auburn University’s College of Human Sciences has a connection to “Bernini and the Roman Baroque: Masterpieces from Palazzo Chigi in Ariccia,” one of the new exhibitions featured at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art when it re-opens for the semester on Feb. 9.
More than a year into the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, vaccines from various pharmaceutical companies are making their ways to hospitals, pharmacies, clinics, health departments and other points of care. With the arrival of the much-anticipated vaccines comes questions on what it is, what it does and how it affects people.
The Alabama Senate on Wednesday confirmed Auburn University Trustees Mike DeMaioribus, Jimmy Sanford and Wayne Smith to another term on the board. Members of the board serve seven-year terms, with nine representing Alabama Congressional Districts as they were constituted on Jan. 1, 1961, and five others serving at-large.
It all began for Christopher Lepczyk out in the wilds of the upper Great Lake states.
Auburn University’s Taffye Benson Clayton, vice president and associate provost for the Office of Inclusion and Diversity, or OID, was recently featured by the American Council on Education, or ACE, with her piece, “Refocusing on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion During the Pandemic and Beyond: Lessons from a Community of Practice.”
Not only are members of Auburn University’s Tiger Excellence Scholars Program, or TESP, enjoying their college experience on the Plains, they are thriving and evolving into leaders.