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Alabama 4-H receives initial $400,000 yearly gift for Centennial Youth Initiative

AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Alabama 4-H has been transforming young people’s lives for more than a century. Through a generous investment by the Alabama 4-H Club Foundation, Alabama 4-H will reach more youth with improved programming through its Centennial Youth Initiative. The Alabama 4-H Club Foundation will give $400,000 annually to support CYI and the expansion […]

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Auburn professor: Safe food equals a safe Fourth

AUBURN UNIVERSITY—The Fourth of July is quickly approaching, and many Americans are making plans for a cookout with family and friends. To help ensure the Fourth is a safe and carefree holiday for all, Pat Curtis, director of the Food Systems Initiative at Auburn University, is offering tips and advice for grilling and food safety. […]

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Bobby Woodard named associate provost and vice president for student affairs at Auburn University

AUBURN UNIVERSITY – After a nationwide search, Auburn University President Jay Gogue has named Bobby Woodard associate provost and vice president for student affairs. Woodard comes to Auburn from East Carolina University, where he served as associate vice chancellor for student involvement and leadership. “Under Bobby’s leadership, we look forward to vibrant, robust programs and […]

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Department of Mechanical Engineering recognized for excellence in education

AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Auburn University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering has been selected as the inaugural recipient of the University Senate Departmental Award for Excellence in Education. The award, totaling $30,000 over three years, was administered on behalf of the Office of the Provost through the university’s Biggio Center and the University Senate Teaching Effectiveness Committee. […]

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City and university collaboration to bring improvements to downtown Auburn

AUBURN UNIVERSITY – The City of Auburn and Auburn University are working together to implement elements of the city’s upcoming Downtown Master Plan and several other downtown-related projects, as part of the one-year, grant-assisted Urban Sustainability Accelerator program of Portland State University. Throughout the year, city and university officials will coordinate with experts affiliated with […]

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Auburn University’s fashion program earns top rankings

AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Auburn University is ranked among the best fashion design, merchandising and management schools in the region and country in 2014, according to a website devoted to researching fashion schools for students seeking information about programs and careers. Nationally, www.fashion-schools.org lists Auburn as the fifth best school for fashion management, sixth for fashion […]

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Auburn’s golden eagle Tiger, War Eagle VI, dies June 18 at age 34

AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Famed golden eagle Tiger, a symbol of the Auburn University spirit for nearly 30 years, died June 18, 2014. At 34, she was believed to be among the oldest golden eagles in captivity. On Aug. 31, 2000, Tiger, who was also known as War Eagle VI, was the first eagle to fly […]

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Finding family roots topic of OLLI at Auburn Brown Bag Lunch and Learn session June 16

AUBURN UNIVERSITY – For those interested in exploring their family history, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Auburn University, OLLI at Auburn, is offering a Brown Bag Lunch and Learn program on genealogy. OLLI member and Auburn alumnus Richard Robinson will lead the program. The session is June 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. […]

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Father and son tackle academics on the Plains as fellow students

AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Running into your brother or sister on campus is not unusual for siblings enrolled on the Plains. Bumping into your father as a fellow student is quite rare, though, and might be considered awkward – but not for Xavier and C.J. Uzomah, a father and son duo pursuing their goals through Auburn […]

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Lockaby named interim dean of Auburn’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Graeme Lockaby, associate dean of research in Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, has been named interim dean of the school, announced today by Provost Timothy Boosinger. “Dr. Lockaby will provide excellent leadership for the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences,” Boosinger said. “He has been at Auburn for 28 […]

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