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Auburn alumna who founded Iraq's first 'green building' company to co-chair World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland
Basima Abdulrahman, a Fulbright scholar, is set to co-chair the major international meeting that brings global leaders in business and government from around the world to Switzerland from Jan. 22 to Jan. 25.
Grant proposals won’t be processed. New awards will be delayed. Funds may run out. And the University won’t be able to invoice for some federal projects.
Ivey is the first Republican woman elected governor.
Twelve candidates have plans to run for major Student Government Association offices and Miss Auburn.
All clear: Police investigate suspicious package on Heisman Drive near transit hub, Jordan-Hare Stadium
Officials said there is no known threat, but Heisman Drive — the road used by many Tiger Transit buses to unload in central campus — has been closed as a precaution.
MONEY magazine gave Auburn that designation on Monday, when the magazine included Auburn on its list of the best places to live in every state.
An R1 designation is reserved for doctoral universities with the highest levels of research activity.
Urban Studio is continuing to grow, and the University is looking to add more academic programs in the city.