The Alabama Senate on Wednesday unanimously confirmed William “Billy” P. Ainsworth and reconfirmed Robert “Bob” W. Dumas and James “Jimmy” W. Rane to the Auburn University Board of Trustees.
As part of its efforts to expand and strengthen writing excellence, the Office of University Writing, or OUW, launched its spring Writing Across Curriculum, or WAC, Academy earlier this semester with participation from 30 faculty, staff and professionals from across campus.
Auburn University professor and internationally recognized expert in wireless networking and multimedia communications Shiwen Mao has been named the recipient of the Southeastern Conference’s 2023 Faculty Achievement Award for Auburn, announced today by the SEC.
Three-time Olympic Gold Medalist Rowdy Gaines and Southern Company Senior Vice President Paula Marino will address the Auburn University spring 2023 graduates, the university announced today. The Auburn alums will deliver remarks to nearly 5,000 graduates and their families during commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 5, and Saturday, May 6, in Neville Arena.
Ten Auburn University student teams, representing the Harbert College of Business, the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, the College of Agriculture, the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Veterinary Medicine, pitched their business ideas before industry professional judges last month.
NASA crashed a 1,345-pound spacecraft into the moon of a tiny asteroid last fall with intention of changing its orbit by several minutes. Why? Such measures could be necessary for planetary defense in the future.
The adoption of Smart Manufacturing is fast becoming a necessity for small and medium-sized manufacturers (SMMs) looking to stay competitive in the Industry 4.0 age. For those SMMs in the national security ecosystem, it's no longer a suggestion — it's a requirement.
This past year, Auburn University’s College of Agriculture announced the availability of state-funded research and equipment purchase capital for fiscal year 2023. These competitively awarded grants were offered through the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station (AAES) research program.
The 2023 Women in Agriculture Luncheon, hosted by the College of Agriculture at Auburn University, will feature distinguished alumna, writer and horticulturalist Abra Lee.
How do changes in our environment such as weather and temperature impact how species coexist?
John Noonan, a postdoctoral researcher in the Bodewits research group in the Department of Physics, is the Principal Investigator of a $493,072 grant from the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, or AURA, to analyze over 1,500 observations of comets and to create an open-source tool to help answer the question of what happens to sulfur in the planetary formation process.
In a broader collaboration of three US institutions, Auburn University (Uwe Konopka, Evdokiya Kostadinova, Edward Thomas, Jr), Wittenberg University (Jeremiah Williams) and Baylor University (Truell Hyde, Lorin Matthews), our groups study the fundamental mechanisms that govern the behavior of classical multi particle systems on a “quasi atomic” level that are responsible for self organization as well as complex dynamics.
Auburn University continues to address the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through teaching, research and outreach, according to a newly released campus report.
Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine will host the 14th annual Boshell Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases Research Day on Friday, April 28, at the Auburn-Opelika Marriott Resort at Grand National.
The Harrison College of Pharmacy’s Raj Amin has received $1.1 million in support from the National Institutes of Health for the development of a compound that could help certain individuals who may be more susceptible to Alzheimer’s disease at an earlier age.
Auburn professors in the College of Education and College of Nursing are launching a new collaborative initiative designed to increase mental health services in rural Alabama schools.
Following a nomination process, 14 Auburn University faculty members have been selected to participate in the 2023 Faculty Success Program offered by the National Center for Faculty Diversity and Development, or NCFDD.
Auburn University is the first university in the nation to possess a vehicle designed specifically to make community events accessible for those with sensory needs.
While controlled environment agriculture, or CEA, has the potential to improve access to local, nutritious fruits and vegetables on a year-round basis, the greenhouse gas emissions associated with greenhouse production is five times higher than field-grown produce.
Extra virgin olive oil may have positive effects on individuals with mild cognitive impairment, according to a recently completed study by Amal Kaddoumi in Auburn University’s Harrison College of Pharmacy. Her findings, recently published in the journal “Nutrients,” suggest compounds found in olive oil impact brain health and improve the blood-brain barrier.
Tiger Giving Day, Auburn University’s annual day of giving that occurred on Feb. 22, received support from nearly 5,000 donors involving 58 initiatives across campus.
An Auburn University-led interdisciplinary research team this weekend will unveil newly enhanced high-resolution images of declassified FBI photos taken from a seminal civil rights event in Selma, Alabama, now known as “Bloody Sunday.”
Auburn University recently launched a new Aviation and Aerospace ID Lab that will focus on emerging technologies to provide supply chain solutions for the two industries.