A team of investigators at Auburn University is taking an innovative approach to training health care students on disease states and patient education by engaging in immersive virtual reality experiences.
On a farm in Chesapeake, Virginia, an 8-year-old Michael Bolt sat in his family’s garage prying open his dad’s old laptop, determined to build something new.
David Hinson, a professor of architecture in Auburn University’s School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture, was honored on Oct. 16 as the 2021 Alabama American Institute of Architects, or AIA, Gold Medal of Honor Award winner at the Alabama AIA Excellence in Design Awards Gala.
Auburn University and its alumni make a $5.63 billion economic contribution to the state of Alabama, including creating more than 27,000 jobs in addition to university employment, according to a new study.
Canine heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease of the heart and lungs of dogs worldwide, with cases predicted to increase. While most detection tests require blood samples, Auburn University researchers have developed a noninvasive heartworm detection method that is fast, can be paired with existing tests to confirm infection and, perhaps most beneficial, is painless.
Three new exhibitions are on view at Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University through Jan. 2: “Anila Quayyum Agha: The Weight of Black,” “The Joy Fields” and “Outside In.”
In some regions of Alabama and the southeastern U.S., wild turkey populations have declined for the past 10 to 15 years. Will Gulsby, associate professor of wildlife management in Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, is determined to identify these areas and develop solutions to reverse the decline.
The Auburn University Foundation, which receives and manages all charitable contributions made in support of Auburn University and Auburn University Montgomery, has appointed three new directors to its board: Nicole Faulk ’96 of Atlanta; Ken Henderson '76 of New York; and Greg Winchester of Santa Rosa Beach, Florida.
On Sept. 9, 2021, President Joe Biden signed Executive Order 14042, which has been the focus of guidance from the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force. Through this order and guidance, the federal government is requiring all federal contractors and subcontractors to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for employees, including those who work at a university with federal contracts.
Federal agencies fighting cyber adversaries must truly integrate their efforts and build a real partnership with the private sector to counter cyber threats, six public and private sector cyber security experts said Oct. 19 in a special panel discussion hosted by Auburn University’s McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security.
Diabetes is a debilitating disease that affects millions of Americans, and one Auburn University researcher is hard at work—through the power of chemistry—to make a difference in the fight.
In an effort that further increases access to Auburn University among students from underrepresented areas of Alabama, Auburn and Tuskegee University signed an agreement Wednesday that adjoins the two institutions' communications programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
The Hotel at Auburn University & Dixon Conference Center isn’t just a great place to stay – it’s also a Great Place to Work.
A popular botanical dietary supplement in the United States, açaí is known for numerous health benefits. However, with prevalent use of the supplement among cancer patients, the National Institutes of Health has awarded Auburn University’s Angela Calderón a three-year, $440,590 grant to study the interactions between the supplement and anticancer drugs.
Auburn University’s Office of Inclusion and Diversity, or OID, will sponsor eight faculty members in the Faculty Success Program beginning spring semester 2022.
Six of the nation’s most senior cybersecurity officials will gather Tuesday, Oct. 19, during an event hosted by Auburn University’s McCrary Institute for Cyber and Infrastructure Security to discuss the next generation of public/private cybersecurity partnerships. The discussion will be live-streamed.
The Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences will host the “Cross-Laminated Timber Industry: Current Status and Future” panel discussion and reception on Tuesday, Oct. 19, from 2-4:30 p.m.
To be able to work among Washington, D.C., insiders while still in college is a dream for most political science majors. For Auburn University junior Coleman Turnipseed, it became a reality.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently honored the Red Hills Salamander Habitat Purchase team—a group that includes graduates of the Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences—with a Regional Director’s Honor Award for Conservation Partners. The team is working to conserve the Red Hills salamander, a unique, threatened amphibian endemic to a specific region of Alabama, found nowhere else in the world.
In recognition of life-changing research, outreach, instruction and creative scholarship, Auburn University’s Office of the Provost will present several faculty members with the university’s highest honors at the Faculty Awards ceremony Tuesday, Nov. 9.
Auburn University is expanding access and affordability for high school students who want to attend the land-grant institution through its Auburn First dual-enrollment program.
Alabama’s iron and steel industry has transformed itself into a greener, cleaner, high-tech producer that remains a robust economic influencer on the state’s economy and a major provider to America’s infrastructure, according to a new economic impact study produced by Auburn University’s Harbert College of Business.
The Auburn Alumni Association recently named four new members to the association’s Board of Directors: Frederick Daniell ’11 of Huntsville, Alabama; Charmaine “Char” Dennis ’98 of Franklin, Tennessee; Ronald “Ron” Dyson ’01 of Houston; and C. Henry “Hank” Jester ’82 of Blakely, Georgia.
It’s no easy thing to rebuild a life or find a new purpose—especially after a tragedy. It’s not glamorous. In fact, this process is mostly excruciatingly hard work, filled with constant setbacks, day in and day out.
University colleagues, friends and family have unveiled a new endowment creating an outreach award for faculty and staff honoring Vice President for University Outreach and Associate Provost Royrickers Cook. Senior Vice President for Advancement John Morris presented a certificate to Cook at a recent ceremony, officially establishing the Dr. Royrickers Cook Endowed Engagement Award.