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Drs. Clark-Lewis and Watts recall a fond memory of one child, who upon using his hearing device joyfully proclaimed to his teacher, "Now there is no silence! There is no silence in my dreams."
In our Re:Research Podcast with Alan Meyer, a private pilot and assistant professor of history, talks about his book, Weekend Pilots which explores technology, masculinity, and private aviation in Post-War America.
Elizabeth Huntley is a 1993 political science graduate. She is an experienced litigation attorney who practices in the areas of banking and financial services, consumer law, business litigation and products liability. She is also a committed child advocate and provides legal and consultation services to governmental and non-profit agencies that serve children and families.
Alumni Spotlight: Steve Strother, 1982 psychology graduate who did not set out to be an entrepreneur, but discovered it to be his calling and has created his third successful company called MyTrackPix.com.
As a part of Auburn University, a land-grant institution, the College of Liberal Arts encourages civic engagement, emphasizes global perspectives, promotes diversity, and prioritizes public outreach. Students' learning isn't limited to a classroom but developed through international programs, community projects, and other excellent CLA initiatives.