Auburn University today unveiled its new National Pan-Hellenic Council Legacy Plaza, a monument celebrating the history, legacy and cultural impact of Black Greek organizations on campus.
Auburn University’s recently established School of Hospitality Management in the College of Human Sciences will officially be named the Horst Schulze School of Hospitality Management following the announcement of an anonymous gift to honor the lifelong icon in the hospitality industry.
A research team in Auburn University’s College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment has been awarded a grant of $500,000 from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, to improve climate information and to gain understanding for marine sanctuary management planning.
Auburn University’s College of Education recently welcomed more than 60 faculty members from the U.S. Air Force’s Squadron Officer School, or SOS, for Convergence 2022. The college’s Applied Learning Center coordinated the first-of-its-kind professional development workshop for military instructors who previously served in other roles, including as pilots, weapons specialists, logistics and intelligence officers.
Samford Hall’s clock tower will receive a much-needed facelift Sept. 26-27 that will ensure it remains a campus symbol for decades to come.
Christopher Lepczyk, an Alumni Professor in Auburn University’s College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment, was selected to be an elective member, a class of special membership for the American Ornithological Society, or AOS.
Three Auburn University doctoral students and one postdoctoral scholar will join the Southeastern Conference’s (SEC) Emerging Scholars Program later this month to gain insightful professional development and networking tools for building careers in higher education.
The 43rd annual Ag Roundup, hosted by the Auburn Agricultural Alumni Club and the College of Agriculture at Auburn University, will return to campus on Saturday, Sept. 24, offering a special opportunity for agriculture alumni and friends to gather for a day of hospitality.
Auburn President Christopher B. Roberts joined other university administration leaders for a special ceremony officially opening the campus’ newest classroom facility on Friday afternoon.
In a show of significant investment support in Auburn employees, the Auburn University Board of Trustees accepted its largest budget to date—$1.593 billion—for fiscal year 2023 at its Sept. 16 meeting.
The Tony and Libba Rane Culinary Science Center, a world-class hospitality management education facility at Auburn University, was officially dedicated Thursday.
Auburn University’s Rural Studio—an off-campus design-build program of the College of Architecture, Design and Construction’s School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture—has been selected to receive the prestigious Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in the Architecture/Interior Design category.
For a group of nearly 20 promising high school students interested in pursuing futures in neuroscience and medical fields, the Auburn University Brain Camp, or AUBC, was an experience they won’t soon forget.
Auburn University and the U.S. Army have solidified a partnership by signing an historic 10-year agreement to provide natural resource management services to eight military bases across the Southeastern region of the United States, including Redstone Arsenal and Fort Rucker in Alabama; Forts Benning, Gordon, and Stewart in Georgia; Fort Polk in Louisiana; Fort Bragg in North Carolina and Fort Jackson in South Carolina.
Auburn University recently played host to the chief diversity and inclusion officers from the Southeastern Conference, or SEC, for a conference-wide diversity, equity and inclusion professional development workshop.
Beginning this fall, the Office of Inclusion and Diversity, or OID, will offer four grant programs to support individuals, groups and units working to promote Auburn University’s inclusion and diversity efforts.
Auburn University launched its 2022 public service announcement, or PSA, on Friday, spotlighting how it is advancing student success through experiential learning.
Auburn University College of Human Sciences’ Hunger Solutions Institute, or HSI, is fighting to end hunger, participating in national conversations this summer and providing recommendations for the upcoming White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health.
On Aug. 23, the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University became the first venue in Alabama to present “The Kinsey African American Art and History Collection” when it opened its fall exhibitions to the public.