Auburn Stories

A man gives a presentation in a classroom in front of a large screen with an image of an island

Rob Holmes, associate professor and chair of the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture program in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction, has been awarded $7.75 million in funding over the next five years as part of the Natural Infrastructure Innovation Project.

January 08, 2024

A man and a woman stand outside on a playground smiling

Auburn University’s College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment (CFWE) is launching the state’s first parks and recreation management undergraduate degree program to prepare students to lead an industry that is increasingly recognized as vital to well-being, community growth and diversification.

January 08, 2024

Dr. Ted Stuedeman ’87, right, with Auburn Vet Med students Stevie Fields ‘27 and Jesse Neal ’24

Auburn's College of Veterinary Medicine recently received a $246,495, three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to aid in the recruitment and support of more veterinarians in underserved areas of Alabama, particularly those practicing in the area of food animal medicine.

January 05, 2024

Harold Franklin registering for classes in 1964

Sixty years ago, Harold A. Franklin registered for classes at Auburn University, integrating the institution as its first African American student. His courage paved the way for future generations, and his legacy lives on today.

January 04, 2024

A group of students stands in front of a video monitor wall presenting their work to a room full of people

The competition teams in Auburn University's McWhorter School of Building Science are successful because of the students' emphasis on preparation and their passion for learning and competing.

January 03, 2024

A woman poses outside for a photo in a floral dress

Hae Sagong, a faculty member in Auburn’s College of Nursing, is researching ways to make it easier for Korean immigrants over 50 to obtain health care in the U.S.

January 12, 2024

Ryan Kinnane finishes a race for Auburn

Harbert College of Business MBA candidate Ryan Kinnane finishes a race.

January 02, 2024

students in class in prison

Auburn University awarded degrees to 11 students in Staton Correctional Facility in Elmore County on Dec. 16.

December 15, 2023

Members of the Cartner family stand with a Christmas tree in a field

Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Cartner’s Christmas Tree Farm has been named the “2024 Grand Champion Grower,” making them the official Christmas tree providers for the White House’s Blue Room in the 2024 holiday season.

December 15, 2023

A man stands on a ladder while potted plants sit on the ground behind him

Assistant Professor Andre da Silva is conducting cutting-edge research on ways to grow hops in Alabama within Auburn University’s Department of Horticulture.

December 15, 2023