Marnii Peel, a student in the Collaborative-Special Education Teacher Education Specialist program in Auburn University’s College of Education, will kick off the new year with a unique distinction: she passed her National Board Certification for Professional Teaching before she even completed her degree.
He still remembers it. It was exciting. Dongye “Don” Zhao was a graduate research assistant at Lehigh University. He got an email from a researcher interested in a paper he’d written a year earlier—his first published in a journal—on trace contaminant sorption through polymeric ligand exchange.
Artificial intelligence, or AI, support systems, automation and robotics have the potential to transform agriculture. A group of Southeastern universities is coordinating a conference to address this potential at Auburn University in the spring.
Auburn University’s Desmond Layne, head of the Department of Horticulture, has been honored by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, or APLU, for leading Auburn’s Transformation Garden project and his completion of the APLU’s Food Systems Leadership Institute, or FSLI.
Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences graduate student Summia Rahman recently won the university’s Three Minute Thesis, or 3MT, competition. Rahman will advance to represent Auburn at the Conference of Southern Graduate Schools’ Three Minute Thesis regional competition in February in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Research projects across Alabama, including three at Auburn University, will benefit from more than $1.2 million in funding from the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama.
Five Auburn University graduates, all highly accomplished in their fields, have been selected to receive the highest honor given by the Auburn Alumni Association at Auburn’s 2022 Lifetime Achievement Awards dinner and ceremony on Feb. 26. The association also will honor its Young Alumni Achievement Award winner.
Auburn University’s Hunger Solutions Institute will be working with Alabama farmers, farmers markets and independent grocers to ensure Alabama residents have access to healthy and fresh foods.
The demand for an Auburn degree has never been greater, with the university recently topping the 40,000 mark in freshmen applications for fall 2022—an all-time high.
Standing on stage at Pat Dye Field in Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn University alumnus and former Accenture Chairman and CEO Joe Forehand offered sage advice to the school’s newest group of graduates during fall commencement ceremonies on Friday night.
Instead of spending the first week of winter break celebrating the end of finals, 34 Auburn University students will travel to three communities in the Southeast to lend a helping hand.
Rusty Lay, an associate professor of industrial design in Auburn University’s College of Architecture, Design and Construction, or CADC, has created a sponsored research-by-design studio to develop affordable approaches to family-scale aquaponics.
Fa Foster Dai, the Godbold Endowed Chair Professor in Auburn University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has been named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, or NAI.
Auburn University’s College of Human Sciences recognized Emmy award-winning entertainer and philanthropist Kathie Lee Gifford and Dean Emeritus June Henton at the 28th annual International Quality of Life Awards on Dec. 6 at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee.
In the early decades of the 1900s when racial segregation was the norm, almost 400 schools were built in rural Alabama to serve as educational facilities for African American children.
Auburn University’s fall commencement exercises will take place in Jordan-Hare Stadium Dec. 10-11, contingent on weather and current health and safety guidelines.
Adit Singh wanted to fly airplanes when he grew up. “I received my first flying license before my first driver’s license,” said Singh, the Godbold Chair Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering within Auburn University’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering. “When I began flying, we flew gliders and small planes with very primitive electronic equipment. Gauges were mechanical, and often we had no radio.”