Flu season is here, and the consensus among experts is that the season is shaping up to be more severe than in the past few years.
At the heart of the Auburn Family is a dedication to inclusivity and support for every student, staff and alumni.
The Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine’s 2022 Annual Conference and J. T. Vaughan Equine Conference — held Oct. 20-23 — continued a tradition of 115 consecutive years of continuing education provided by the Southeast’s oldest veterinary program.
Becoming an advocate, researcher and spokesperson for people with chronic health conditions was never the role Julie Hill thought she would one day have when she embarked on her career as a preschool special education teacher.
Dr. Nancy Merner, assistant professor in the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Department of Pathobiology, recently received a $791,808 grant from the American Cancer Society to continue her research into identifying and studying genetic factors associated with hereditary breast cancer in the African American community.
Auburn University expanded its footprint and opened its doors to a new facility in Huntsville on Tuesday with the grand-opening celebration of the Research and Innovation Campus.
The War Eagle Chapter of Women in Aviation International hosted its annual Girls in Aviation Day on Saturday, Oct. 15, providing women of all ages the opportunity to learn about different facets of aviation in an encouraging, fun environment at the Auburn University Regional Airport.
A new study from Auburn University’s Harbert College of Business reported that consumers who buy online and pick up in store, a process known as BOPIS or click and collect, are more likely to be satisfied with substitutions for out-of-stock products when the item is a staple like ketchup or paper towels rather than an indulgence item like coffee or perfume.
The Hunger Solutions Institute, in Auburn University’s College of Human Sciences, has been awarded nearly $3 million to lead a Healthy Fluid Milk Incentives program for 116 retail locations in four states, including Alabama.
With a mission to bring health care access to the uninsured and underinsured in the Auburn community, the Auburn University Health Care and Education Clinic is officially opening its doors in Northwest Auburn. The clinic is located at the north end of the Boykin Community Center at 400 Boykin St., Suite 700.
Three representatives of the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Animal Health and Agro-/Bio-Defense, or AHAD, program — Dr. Frank “Skip” Bartol, alumni professor and associate dean for research and graduate studies; Dr. Miria Criado, assistant professor in pathobiology; and Dr. Paul Walz, professor and head of the department of pathobiology — recently attended the dedication of the new, state-of-the-art BSL-2/BSL-3 laboratories for the study of avian viral diseases at the U.S. National Poultry Research Center in Athens, Georgia.
Todd Steury, associate professor of wildlife biology in Auburn University’s College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment, has been named the college’s associate dean of academic affairs.
The Auburn Alumni Association recently named its first 20 Under 40 class. This recognition was established to recognize graduates under the age of 40 who have experienced extraordinary accomplishments, significant professional achievements and/or distinguished service to others.
A research team in Auburn University’s College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment, or CFWE, is working to find solutions to an increasing threat to pine forests—needle blight.
The College of Human Sciences at Auburn University will honor Delta Air Lines, Inc. and Ambrose “Rowdy” Gaines IV, a three-time Olympic gold medalist and Auburn alumnus, at the 29th annual International Quality of Life Awards, or IQLA, on Dec. 5 at the Charleston Gaillard Center in Charleston, South Carolina.
Kristine Griffett has your headache on her mind. And those painful joints. Even your high cholesterol.
Auburn will recognize the 2022 recipients of the university’s most prestigious faculty awards for teaching, research and outreach during its 16th annual Faculty Awards ceremony on Nov. 17.
Hey Day, a beloved Auburn tradition hosted by Auburn Student Government Association, or SGA, has been rescheduled to Wednesday, Oct. 19. We look forward to engaging the Auburn Family by distributing name tags and handing out Hey Day-branded promotional items. Furthermore, we will also be hosting a festive event on the Campus Green for all to enjoy, so we invite everyone to join us for a free, catered meal, an inflatable obstacle course and many special guests.
The Safari Club International Foundation has established an annual scholarship for students in Auburn University’s College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment, or CFWE, with a declared major in wildlife ecology and management or wildlife enterprise management in memory of the late Will Hamberlin II.
Food distribution centers across Alabama have questions. A team of researchers at Auburn University and Tuskegee University are searching for answers.
Auburn University alumna Penelope Hines was a key figure in creating the next perfect selfie destination in Monroeville, Alabama.
An Auburn University research team in the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment, or CFWE, has been awarded a $459,482 grant 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.
A leader in educating real estate development professionals, Auburn University has announced a new Institute for Real Estate Development that will enable Auburn to become a nationally recognized hub for exceptional real estate instruction, thought leadership and research innovation across all major property sectors.