Following a more than 14-month-long search that included nearly 60 applicants from around the nation, Interim Provost Vini Nathan revealed on Friday that Mario Eden, chair of the Department of Chemical Engineering, would become the next dean of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.
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Matt Kearley, professor of biology at Auburn University, won the Plainsman's Choice award for Best Professor for the second year in a row.
The United Campus Workers student workers' union has been active at Auburn for almost four years. However, its uses have been limited throughout the years as student workers have not been made aware of the group and its services. Now, they are hoping to change that.
On Saturday, Tiger Nights hosted its second-annual Magnolia Ball, an alcohol-free event intended to provide a Greek life-style formal experience to students who may not experience one otherwise.
On Friday, the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering hosted the 2023 edition of E Day, an event aimed at recruiting high school students to enroll in the college after graduating. For both Auburn students and the thousands of high schoolers in attendance, the event was a way to showcase what engineering is all about.
In May 2020, Quebe Merritt opened Plant Bae's first location in Montgomery, Alabama, with the goal of providing healthy, plant-based alternatives to traditional Southern cooking. In November 2022, she opened her second location in Opelika and has seen great success with the new location.
On Sunday, Auburn High School's Afro-Cultural Educational Club held its fifth-annual Black History Month program. This year's event, Elevate, intended to celebrate and remember the achievements won and hardships faced by Black Americans.
At Tuesday's meeting, the Auburn City Council revealed the city had been awarded $3 million in federal funding to expand manufacturing training along with changes to how police could enforce laws outside the city limit moving forward.
As the Auburn University Board of Trustees met on Friday in Montgomery, several topics directly relating to students and the Auburn family were discussed. Whether it was athletic facility upgrades or the creation of an entirely new degree, a lot of ground was covered. Here’s what you need to know.