In a change from the previous year’s virtual conferences due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a large group of attendees were welcomed back to Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine Sept. 16-18 for its 2021 Annual Conference and J.T. Vaughan Equine Conference.
Auburn University professors Richard Burt and Keith Hébert are turning to social media and the Selma, Alabama, community for help in making progress on their “Bloody Sunday” passion project.
Auburn University will host a virtual talk with Nick Wiley COO of Ducks Unlimited, the largest wetlands and waterfowl conservation organization in North America, on Oct. 7 in celebration of the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences’ 75th Anniversary.
Andrew Freear, director of the Auburn University College of Architecture, Design and Construction’s Rural Studio, has been selected as one of eight new National Academicians by the National Academy of Design in recognition of his contributions to arts and architecture.
When it comes to ensuring that military and tactical athletes are prepared mentally and physically, Auburn University’s Warrior Research Center is at the forefront of working to improve performance, resiliency and health and wellness.
A new report from Auburn University illustrates how it is addressing the United Nations’ sustainable development goals.
A graduate student and professor in the Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences have received a $415,000 grant for their research on the impact of wild pigs on water quality.
Auburn University EAGLES student Anna Moates and recent College of Education graduate Anna Penland have written and published a new children’s book and will take part in a special signing at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center on Friday, Sept. 24, during homecoming weekend on the Plains.
Auburn University will host a virtual talk with John Burrell, president and CEO of High Adventure Company and High Adventure Safaris, on Sept. 23 as part of the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences’ 75th Anniversary Celebration.
A need to serve has guided Auburn alumnus Dr. Jim Phillips Jr. through various roles in his esteemed career.
Auburn University’s fall commencement exercises, scheduled for Dec. 10-11, once again will take place in Jordan-Hare Stadium, contingent on current health and safety guidelines and weather.
The Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine is home to the new Animal Health and Agro-/Bio-Defense, or AHAD, Program through funding from the USDA-Agricultural Research Service, or USDA-ARS.
Auburn University will be operating with its largest budget to date for fiscal year 2022.
Auburn University is listed among the nation’s best public universities in U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Colleges edition for 2022, ranking 42nd among public schools and 99th among all universities in the country.
Auburn University has announced a new scholarship and financial aid initiative, called Ever Auburn, that will make the Auburn experience accessible to deserving students who have the intellect, the drive and the desire—but not the means—to attend.
Harold A. Franklin, Auburn University’s first African American student, passed away Thursday, Sept. 9, at a Talladega, Alabama, hospital. He was 88.
Olympic gold medalist and Dancing with the Stars contestant Sunisa Lee recently entered a new routine—shifting her focus from gold to orange and blue as a “star” student at Auburn University.
Auburn University’s 13th annual Boshell Research Day, scheduled for Sept. 17 at the Marriott Resort at Grand National in Opelika, Alabama, will bring together experts from around the U.S. to discuss current topics related to diabetes and the role of obesity in its development.
The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University will welcome sculptor, performance artist and professor Nick Cave for a special engagement at 6 p.m. CT on Thursday, Sept. 9.
In recognition of the 20-year anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Auburn University’s ROTC programs and Athletics Department will hold several special events in honor of the lives lost that day and in support of the nation’s military.
As Olivia Jimeno walks to her student job in Auburn’s Veterans Resource Center, she often finds herself encountering the center’s display featuring a piece of steel retrieved after the World Trade Center towers’ collapse on Sept. 11, 2001.
Tanner Harness’ path to becoming a student at Auburn University was nontraditional, to say the least.
Breakthrough climate research led by Auburn University researchers was published this week in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, or PNAS.