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Beginning this month, Auburn University is waiving admission application fees for students from eight of Alabama’s Historically Black College and Universities, or HBCUs, interested in pursuing post-graduate studies in one of the university’s more than 190 graduate degree programs.


Auburn University’s online graduate programs are among the nation’s best, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Best Online Program rankings released Jan. 25.


Helping others has become a life’s mission for Auburn University alumna Kerry McCarthy.


Lorenzo Cremaschi, a professor in Auburn University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, has been named the university’s director of undergraduate research. He started the new role Jan. 1.


U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development Alejandra Y. Castillo recently announced that 50 organizations—including nonprofits, institutions of higher education, state government agencies and other entrepreneurship-focused organizations—from 26 states will receive grants to support programs that will fuel innovation and economic development.


The negative impact humans can have on their own environment is constantly on full display, with climate change, land alterations and harmful algal blooms impacting people’s lives daily.


Auburn’s Recreation and Wellness Center is offering several seasonal services that aim to help Auburn students, faculty and staff in meeting a New Year’s resolution to exercise and become more fit.


While competing on Gordon Ramsey’s new cooking show “Next Level Chef,” Auburn alumnus Jonathan Harrison was cooking with a cause: to bring Southern cooking to the world by being the face of progressive Southern food.


For Auburn University alumnus Cody Sanders, the knowledge and experience he gained while on the Plains has helped him write messages for the nation’s highest office, as well as clients and organizations looking to reach the American people.


The Bonnie Plants Foundation is demonstrating its commitment to agricultural education through a multiyear donation to establish a new two-acre Children’s Garden and Pollinator Garden within Auburn University’s 16-acre Transformation Garden project.