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Auburn University’s Southeastern Raptor Center will host its annual fall educational series—Football, Fans and Feathers—again this season on Fridays before home football games.


Auburn University graduate Jordan Beam has received a Phi Kappa Phi National Fellowship, which will be applied toward her first year of medical school at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Heersink School of Medicine.


Mark Smith, wildlife extension specialist and the W. Kelly Mosley Environmental Professor in Auburn University’s College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment, has been appointed coordinator of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System’s Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resources team.


Early implementation within the design of infrastructure and education of tomorrow’s engineers is vital moving forward, a team of government and energy sector administrators said Tuesday during a special online roundtable, “Securing Energy: Cyber-Informed Engineering,” hosted by Auburn University’s McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security.


More than 5,000 miles away from “the loveliest village on the Plains,” Brittany Branyon had a life-changing moment only dreamed about by most university educators and students.


“‘War Eagle!’ is written somewhere inside that vehicle. I’m not going to say where, or who put it there, but I can assure you, ‘War Eagle’ is there.” – Joseph Pelfrey, deputy director, NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center


As students returned to campus for a new academic year, thousands started the fall semester in a new facility designed to support Auburn’s commitment to elevating teaching and learning.


Auburn University is one of the best places to work in the state of Alabama, according to the 2022 America’s Best-in-State Employers list released today by Forbes magazine.


Kelly Dunning, a researcher and professor in Auburn University’s College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment, is exploring the varied policy responses to chronic wasting disease, or CWD, among states through the Lone Mountain Fellowship at the Property and Environment Research Center in Bozeman, Montana.


Integrate cyber resilience into the design, implementation, operation and maintenance of critical energy infrastructure—that’s the National Cyber-Informed Engineering Strategy’s, or CIE, mantra and theme of a special online discussion Tuesday, Aug. 23, hosted by Auburn University and the McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security.


It looks like a natural fit: a sustainable system that produces fresh vegetables and fish located in food deserts with marginalized populations.


Auburn University and the Harbert College of Business are recognizing 54 businesses for exceptional growth, revenue and entrepreneurial spirit. In its eighth year, “Top Tiger” honorees are among the fastest-growing companies founded, owned or led by Auburn University alumni.


All high school seniors in the state of Alabama are invited to attend one of Auburn University’s upcoming prospective student receptions—the first of which will occur in Auburn on Aug. 30.


Eighty Auburn University Honors College students arrived on campus a week early this semester to serve the community and work toward eliminating poverty in Alabama.


A new exhibition titled “Andy Yoder: Overboard,” featuring more than 250 sculptural sneakers—constructed from recycled packing from well-known brands such as Lego, Barbie, Apple and even Auburn University—will be on view at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art from Tuesday, Aug. 23, through Sunday, April 1, 2023.


An Auburn University research team in the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment has been awarded a grant of $450,000 from the U.S. Department of the Treasury in cooperation with the State of Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the Alabama Center of Excellence at the MESC/Dauphin Island Sea Lab.


An Auburn University research team from the College of Veterinary Medicine and the College of Agriculture recently became the first to map a high-quality genome assembly of the blue catfish.


A revolutionary variety of grass developed in Auburn University’s College of Agriculture has recently taken root at some exclusive golf courses around the nation following an acquisition of rights by an Oregon-based seed grower and wholesale supplier.


America’s railroads go far beyond the thrills and deep passion of train buffs. Even in a day when expansive space travel dominates the headlines, trains journeying along historic routes still fulfill their daily mission carrying much of the nation’s cargo from point of origin to point of distribution.


All of Auburn University’s 12 colleges this past year participated in a special research project, led by an unusual principal investigator—a sixth grader in Corning, California. Her project? To get as much information about Auburn as possible.


Auburn University alumnus and veterinarian Dr. Jay Price stressed the importance of hard work, enjoying the journey and being intentional during his speech to more than 1,400 newly minted graduates at Neville Arena on Friday night.


Auburn University’s College of Agriculture will host a national event sharing the cattle industry’s best techniques for proper cattle handling.


Enhanced collaboration in research, education and workforce development — these are the key tenets of a five-year memorandum of understanding, or MOU, executed June 26 by Auburn University and Los Alamos National Laboratory, or LANL, where Auburn and LANL personnel will:


Auburn University’s graduate Supply Chain Management program in the Harbert College of Business is ranked 14th in the nation in its first year of operation by Gartner Inc., a research and consulting firm that assesses supply chain management programs in higher education.


Auburn University’s summer commencement exercises will take place Aug. 5-6, featuring a keynote address by prominent business owner, veterinarian and Auburn alumnus Dr. Jay Price on Friday, Aug. 5.