The garden on the rooftop of the Tony and Libba Rane Culinary Science Center does more than provide food and adornments for guests of its signature restaurant, 1856 – Culinary Residence, The Laurel Hotel & Spa and Ariccia Cucina Italiana.
While many on the Auburn University campus will slow down over the holiday break, the Harrison College of Pharmacy’s Rusty Arnold is gearing up for a trip to Israel to collaborate with peers in science and technology. Selected for the competitive Faculty Fellowship Program sponsored by the Jewish National Fund, USA, Arnold will travel to Israel from Dec. 26-Jan. 8.
Auburn University is partnering with Spin, a leading micromobility company, to offer electric bike and scooter transportation for students, faculty, staff and visitors on campus starting Jan. 16.
Auburn University signed a Memorandum of Understanding, or MOU, with Lurleen B. Wallace Community College, or LBWCC, on Thursday, Dec. 15. The MOU formalized a partnership to expand Auburn’s Path to the Plains program, extending the institution’s pathway program to students across LBWCC’s four sites.
Auburn University is one of three universities sharing a $28 million grant award from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture, or NIFA, to establish an Institute for Rural Partnership to research the causes and conditions of challenges facing rural areas.
Linda Gibson-Young has always had a passion for helping others.
More than 60 participants from academia, government, industry and the local community convened on the Auburn University campus recently for the inaugural meeting and symposium of the Institute for Strengthening Pathways and Research Knowledge in STEM, or SPARK STEM Institute. The institute, which consists of two separate, but cooperating centers, falls under Auburn’s Office for Special Projects and Initiatives.
Students from Auburn’s McWhorter School of Building Science recently had the opportunity to travel to Prague, Czech Republic to compete in the Associated Schools of Construction, or ASC, Region 8 competition.
Auburn University alumna Dr. Simona Black imparted wisdom gained from decades of experience during her speech to 1,900 excited graduates at Neville Arena on Friday night.
Following an internal search, Bob Boyd, professor and associate dean for academic affairs in the College of Sciences and Mathematics, or COSAM, has been named the university’s first assistant provost for institutional effectiveness, effective Jan. 1, 2023.
Donna Jackson considers herself a “daddy’s girl.”
While working at two Fortune 500 companies, Brian Connelly helped design the electronics deployed in airport radar systems and point-of-sale satellite networks that are commonly used to facilitate gas purchases at the pump.
Auburn University’s College of Human Sciences recognized one of the world’s largest and oldest U.S. airlines in operation, Delta Air Lines, Inc., and three-time Olympic gold medalist and Auburn University graduate Ambrose “Rowdy” Gaines IV at the 29th annual International Quality of Life Awards at the Charleston Gaillard Center on Dec. 5.
Auburn University President Christopher B. Roberts signed a memorandum of understanding, or MOU, on Tuesday, Dec. 6, with Nak Kyu Lee, president of the Korea Institute of Technology, or KITECH, that will expand upon the collaborative research efforts of Auburn’s faculty and laboratories with local companies supported by KITECH.
The Auburn Society of Health Professionals, or SHP, an alumni group dedicated to equipping Auburn University pre-health students with the skills they need for life in the health care industry, is making an impact on campus.