Auburn University’s War Eagle Flying Team brought home aviation’s top honors from the 2022 National Intercollegiate Flying Association, or NIFA, SAFECON competition earlier this month.
A multitude of students and parents will start arriving on Auburn’s campus this week to attend the university’s annual Camp War Eagle, which for the first time since 2019 will offer overnight, on-campus sessions.
Researchers in Auburn University’s College of Architecture, Design and Construction, or CADC, and College of Liberal Arts recently received grants from the National Park Service, or NPS, to further their efforts to document and preserve African American and civil rights history.
Two Auburn University students, Lexi McGrew and Anna Kate Gruwell, have been awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship for study-abroad opportunities.
This year’s ceremony to celebrate the achievements of Auburn University’s students with intellectual disabilities, or EAGLES, included everything from laughter and tears of joy, to standing ovations and surprise scholarships and endowments.
Two Auburn University Honors College students are the first recipients of the Crooked Oaks Legacy Foundation Scholarship.
Building on a $10 million National Science Foundation, or NSF, grant obtained last August, an Auburn University-based program has expanded into a multi-institutional institute to lead a national and international research effort to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, education among students from underrepresented and underserved populations.
Auburn University’s Center of Education Outreach and Engagement, or CEOE, is expanding educational opportunities to K-12 schools in the Black Belt regions of the state of Alabama with the use of a $214,000 Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act grant.
Di Tian, an assistant professor in the Auburn University College of Agriculture’s Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences, has been named a recipient of the National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development, or CAREER, Award.
Auburn University is part of a $20 million collaboration among nine Alabama universities and one private firm to develop transformative technologies in plasma science and engineering, or PSE.
Christopher B. Roberts officially became Auburn University’s 21st president on Monday, beginning a new era of continued excellence for the university he’s called home for nearly three decades.
At the end of a stretch of twisting, turning country roads in rural central Alabama lies a square much like ones that can be found in countless other small American towns.
Eight current or former Auburn University students have won this year’s National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships, a program designed to help ensure the vitality and diversity of the scientific and engineering workforce in the United States.
The Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center at Auburn University has announced a star-studded 2022-23 season performance schedule.
The Auburn University Board of Trustees officially approved the College of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences’ name change to the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment during its April 22 meeting.
CityBuilders, an initiative of Auburn University’s Master of Real Estate Development, or MRED, program, will host its 2022 Symposium and Industry Networking Event on May 25 at Truist Park, home of the reigning World Series Champion Atlanta Braves. The focus of this year’s event, The Future of Affordable Rental Housing and Real Estate Development—Partners, Capital and Innovation, combines insight and experience from prominent real estate business experts and community developers in the Southeast discussing opportunities for this growing market segment.
Auburn University’s Hunger Solutions Institute, or HSI, will host the official launch of Double Up Food Bucks Alabama on Saturday, May 14, at The Market at Pepper Place in Birmingham.
Amazon Consumer CEO and Auburn University alumnus Dave Clark enthralled more than 4,600 graduates and their families with an impassioned commencement speech at Jordan-Hare Stadium on Friday night.
Auburn University’s Urban Studio, a teaching and outreach program in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction, or CADC, recently celebrated its 30th anniversary at a special ceremony at The Harbert Center in Birmingham.
For the first time ever, the Auburn University College of Nursing will celebrate National Nurses Week as a college.
The Auburn Creed references both “mutual helpfulness” and “happiness for all,” and several student leaders have taken those concepts to heart during their time on the Plains.
Auburn University recently participated in the BIO Alabama conference at the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Mountain Brook, showcasing seven of its biotechnology research developments.
Leaders from the Auburn University College of Agriculture and Central Alabama Community College, or CACC, signed an agreement this morning to provide a streamlined pathway into the College of Agriculture for CACC students meeting certain criteria.
Each summer, the freshest local produce and farm-made products can be found for sale every Thursday afternoon on Auburn University’s campus.
Following an internal search, Dr. Tim Moore, the Walker Professor and associate dean for research in Auburn University’s Harrison College of Pharmacy, has been named interim dean of the college, effective June 1.
If you were to ask Army ROTC member and industrial and systems engineering major Jack Schlossberg why he chose to enlist and serve his country, he’d give you a simple, yet telling response: “Because I can, so I should.”
Auburn University junior Peter Abraham is a Barry M. Goldwater Scholar, an honor bestowed on only 496 students nationwide. The scholarship is widely considered the most prestigious award in the United States for undergraduates in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
One of the proudest moments in a parent’s life is seeing their child walk across the stage at graduation.
Auburn University’s spring commencement exercises will take place May 6-9, featuring a keynote address by Dave Clark, an Auburn alumnus and chief executive officer of Worldwide Consumer at Amazon on Friday, May 6.
A cap and gown, too many photos to count and boundless hope for the future—these have been rites of passage for generations of Auburn University graduates. And now, they mark the same milestone for students with intellectual disabilities.
Auburn University is home to possibly the world’s first set of motion-base virtual reality flight simulators to be used for research in an academic institution.
Humankind has searched the heavens in the spirit of exploration for decades, and Auburn University has had a hand in advancing that mission through the years.