The Tony and Libba Rane Culinary Science Center is part of a feature article in the August 2021 issue of Southern Living magazine.
When adding botanicals to a medication regimen, there is always concern regarding how the drug and the supplement will interact. To help understand the safety of some of these interactions, Auburn University’s Angela Calderón is leading a study on the potential interactions between certain drugs and the common supplement ashwagandha.
Qualifying 11 two-man teams to compete in the College B.A.S.S. National Championship is no small feat, but that’s exactly what the Auburn University Bass Fishing team accomplished this season. It was the latest in a long line of accomplishments the team has achieved within the previous year.
As critical U.S. space functions and assets become vulnerable to emerging threats in cyberspace, a strategic focus on solutions for cyber and space security has become necessary.
Nearly 30 participants at this year’s Auburn Wheelchair Basketball Summer Camp enjoyed a special treat Thursday when U.S. Paralympic Gold Medalist Matt Scott and Auburn Men’s Basketball Coach Bruce Pearl made appearances at Beard-Eaves-Memorial Coliseum.
The Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics will officially commence Friday with Opening Ceremonies. It will be a year to the day of when they were supposed to take place, but the COVID-19 pandemic pushed back the start date a full year.
This fall on the Plains will mark a special time for a beloved member of the Auburn Family as the university honors bald eagle Spirit upon her retirement from pregame flights.
Defense against cyberattacks must begin now with a reformed, diverse effort, said Frank Cilluffo, director of Auburn University’s McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security, as he urged members of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security on Thursday.
The College of Agriculture at Auburn University recently partnered with AgriTech Corp. on a specialty Auburn-branded SoilKit to deliver digital, easy-to-understand soil test results to homeowners, landscapers and municipalities.
Within its release of the world’s most influential climate scientists, the international news agency Reuters has named Hanqin Tian, professor in Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, to its list of top scholars leading the study of climate change.
Following an internal search, Mark DeGoti, associate professor of music in Auburn University’s College of Liberal Arts, has been named the new liaison to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, or SACSCOC, effective July 19. DeGoti succeeds Megan Good, who will assume a new position at James Madison University.
Edward “Ed” Thomas Jr., professor of physics and associate dean for research and graduate studies, has been appointed interim dean of Auburn University’s College of Sciences and Mathematics, or COSAM, effective Aug. 16. Thomas assumes the role from Nick Giordano, who will return to the faculty after serving as dean for eight years.
Jailin Sanders was determined to receive more than a top-notch education when he came to Auburn University.
Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Professor Latif Kalin has been selected to receive a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to perform research in Brazil.
Brianna Jarvis arrived on the Auburn University campus to start her freshman year in the fall of 2017 as a shy introvert unsure about what her future would hold.