Five Auburn University graduate students are part of the 2022-23 class of Albert Schweitzer Fellows, the largest cohort to date for the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship of Alabama.
Prominent business owner, veterinarian and Auburn alumnus Dr. Jay Price will deliver the graduation address at the university’s summer commencement ceremony on Friday, Aug. 5, at 5 p.m. in Neville Arena.
As hospitals and clinics across the country attempted to navigate the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, so many things were happening in such a short amount of time. Pharmacists, including Erin McCreary, a 2015 graduate of the Harrison College of Pharmacy, and other health care workers worked tirelessly to identify treatments for struggling patients.
Experienced truck drivers who do their homework can garner a salary between $100,000 and $120,000, and demand for their services is only going to grow, an industry leader says.
Jake Haston’s name was read aloud from the back steps of Cater Hall on Feb. 4, announcing him as the next president of Auburn’s Student Government Association, or SGA. The declaration came at the conclusion of a voting campaign and set in motion his upcoming role as a key student leader for the 2022-23 school year.
Tageos, a global market leader in the design and manufacturing of RFID inlays and tags, will join Auburn University’s RFID Lab advisory board July 1.
Sixty years ago, Dr. Barry Lee Booth (’63 pre-dentistry) finished his instruction at Auburn University and entered dental school at the University of Alabama, taking with him cherished memories of the Plains, yet leaving behind one special document.
Auburn’s College of Human Sciences will now be home to a new School of Hospitality Management.
Auburn University student Rachel Ruhlin never expected the lessons she learned in her audiology class might potentially save her father’s life, but that’s exactly what happened earlier this year.
K-Rob Thomas knows exactly what the Academic Excellence Program, or AEP, did for him as a student in Auburn University’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.
Through Auburn University’s professional and student-run literary and arts publications, creativity is flowing freely on the Plains.
The Auburn University College of Nursing and its Animal-Assisted Therapy program have again garnered the attention of Nurse Educator magazine.
Auburn University’s bass fishing team capped an historic season with its all-time best finish at the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship presented by Bass Pro Shops by taking second place in the final season team standings after the two-day event concluded on May 27.
The Auburn University College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment, in partnership with several other academic colleges and administrative offices, recently hosted the first cross-laminated timber, or CLT, conference in the southern United States at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center.
Auburn University’s College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment plans to soon enhance Weagle Woods, an approximately 11-acre tract of forestland located behind the Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Building on the corner of South Donahue Drive and Lem Morrison Drive.
The pursuit of adventure and desire to fulfill a higher purpose has led Auburn alumnus Marc Tunstall through an illustrious career in the military and government agencies, and now it is taking him across the globe to the frozen tundra of Antarctica.
Thanks to a newly unveiled museum exhibit, visitors to Auburn University can travel back in time 82 million years.
Auburn is the No. 1 university on Forbes magazine’s 2022 list of “America’s Best Employers for New Grads,” which once again recognized Auburn as a premier workplace.
Becky Barlow was recently named associate dean for extension in the Auburn University College of Agriculture and assistant director for agriculture, forestry and natural resource extension programs in the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. She begins the role Wednesday, June 1.
School may be out for summer, but the Office of Outreach in the College of Sciences and Mathematics, or COSAM, is gearing up to welcome K-12 students and teachers on campus with an array of exciting programs covering wide-ranging topics in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM.