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Auburn University’s Rural Studio and its Front Porch Initiative have made great contributions to several communities in the Southeast thus far in 2021.


Aerospace and aviation pioneer Nelda Lee will address the newest Auburn graduates and kick off the university’s summer commencement weekend Friday, Aug. 6, at Auburn Arena.


Recently published research from Auburn University’s Harbert College of Business found information technology plays a vital role in enhancing hospital revenue. In their paper, “Does IT Improve Revenue Management in Hospitals?” published in the Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Kangkang Qi and Sumin Han, assistant professors in the college’s Department of Systems and Technology, show implementations of new IT systems not only increase net patient revenue, but also reduce money lost in uncompensated care.


A pathogen detection system that rapidly isolates contaminants in large liquid volumes may enable improvements for food and water safety applications.


Auburn University has been awarded a prestigious $1.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, or NIH, to broaden participation in the sciences for traditionally underrepresented students and diversify the pool of scientists earning doctoral degrees in the biomedical sciences.


Auburn University will host a virtual talk with Dana Breed, global research and development director for packaging and sustainability at The Coca-Cola Company, on May 27 as part of the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences’ 75th Anniversary Celebration.


Arthur Appel, Auburn University’s Faculty Endowed Professor of Entomology, has been named the College of Agriculture’s interim associate dean for research and interim associate director of the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, or AAES, effective June 1.


The last construction beam for the Tony and Libba Rane Culinary Science Center at Auburn University was raised Friday, marking a seminal point in the building of the world-class facility.


The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University will host a family-friendly “Bernini Blowout” celebration from noon to 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 20, as a send-off for its latest traveling exhibition, “Bernini and the Roman Baroque: Masterpieces from Palazzo Chigi in Ariccia.”


Becky Barlow, extension specialist and professor of forestry and wildlife sciences at Auburn University, has been named the Auburn College of Agriculture’s interim associate dean for extension and interim assistant director for agriculture, forestry and natural resource extension programs. Her interim posts will be effective May 15.


Nursing is a practical profession, and a global pandemic has only reinforced that. Auburn University’s School of Nursing is using the COVID-19 pandemic not only to better equip nursing students today, but also to ultimately create the blueprint for innovative nursing education in the future.


A record-setting 66 graduates of Auburn University’s Harrison School of Pharmacy were recently selected to post-graduate programs at hospitals, clinics, universities and the pharmaceutical industry around the country. Along with setting a new benchmark, it is the fifth year in a row for at least 50 Auburn pharmacy graduates to move on to the highly competitive programs.


The Auburn University Foundation has appointed three new directors to its board: Shirley Frazier Boulware '91 of Tyrone, Georgia; Joseph L. Cowan '70 of Braselton, Georgia; and Patrick T. Henry ’85 of Birmingham, Alabama. The board also named Cheryl Casey ’83 of Denver, Colorado, as its new chair and Paul Jacobson ’94 of Marietta, Georgia, as vice chair. John Morris, Auburn University’s new senior vice president for advancement, will serve as the president of the foundation. 


Auburn University mathematics professor Thi-Thao-Phuong Hoang hopes to use applied and computational mathematics to help scientists better understand and potentially solve real-world problems like water contamination and climate change, and the department’s first-ever National Science Foundation, or NSF, CAREER Award could help her do exactly that.


Two Auburn University students, Che Ka and Grant Wilkinson, have been awarded 2021 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships, or NSFGRF—a fellowship program designed to help ensure the vitality and diversity of the scientific and engineering workforce in the United States.


Greeting a gathering of students clad in caps and gowns with a plethora of “War Eagle!” calls, Auburn University alumnus Kenneth Kelly helped his alma mater kick off its spring commencement weekend at Jordan-Hare Stadium Friday night with a call for graduates to reach high as they embark on their next journey.