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Faculty Research Spotlight: Candice Welhausen and Data Visualization
May 21, 2018
Faculty Research Spotlight: Candice Welhausen and Data Visualization

Assistant Professor of English Candice Welhausen studies how quantitative information about epidemic diseases is presented to the public through data visualization tools – the maps, graphs, and charts agencies like the World Health Organization commonly use.

Hogue awarded Boren Scholarship to study in China
May 18, 2018
Hogue awarded Boren Scholarship to study in China

College of Liberal Arts undergraduate Nicole Hogue has been awarded the David L. Boren Scholarship and will spend the next academic year studying Mandarin Chinese at Capital Normal University in Beijing, China, and the Harbin Institute of Technology in Weihai, China.

Rosephanye Powell to premiere "Gospel Trinity" in Lincoln Center
May 16, 2018
Rosephanye Powell to premiere "Gospel Trinity" in Lincoln Center

Dr. Rosephanye Powell is a well-known​ and prolific choral composer, arranger, singer and educator. She serves as the Charles W. Barkley Endowed Professor and Professor of Voice at Auburn University (in the Department of Music in the College of Liberal Arts).

University College now part of College of Liberal Arts
May 14, 2018
University College now part of College of Liberal Arts

The University College and its faculty, staff, and programs have moved into the College of Liberal Arts. The transition to the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) provides students with expanded academic programs, faculty, and support services.

Bondy and Katz to receive federal arts research grant 
May 10, 2018
Bondy and Katz to receive federal arts research grant 

College of Liberal Arts faculty members Barb Bondy, from the Department of Art & Art History, and Jeff Katz, from the Department of Psychology, have been awarded a $90,000 Research: Art Works Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).

End of the year message from Dean Aistrup
End of the year message from Dean Aistrup

Spring semester flew by and it was a busy one indeed. As we wrap up another successful year, I’d like to take a moment to recap a few noteworthy items from this semester.  

Psychology professor helping to identify best dogs for Vapor Wake program
May 10, 2018
Psychology professor helping to identify best dogs for Vapor Wake program

The need for security continues to grow in all facets of American life, and Auburn University is meeting those needs with experts in cyber security, public safety, crisis management, and odor detection technology. While many of our experts are of the human variety, there are some of the canine variety, too. 

Psychology student receives prestigious National Science Foundation Research Fellowship
May 8, 2018
Psychology student receives prestigious National Science Foundation Research Fellowship
2018 CLA faculty and staff award winners
April 30, 2018
2018 CLA faculty and staff award winners

The College of Liberal Arts celebrated its 2018 award winners on April 25, at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art. 

Student Spotlight: Lily Jackson, Managing Editor of The Auburn Plainsman
May 1, 2018
Student Spotlight: Lily Jackson, Managing Editor of The Auburn Plainsman

Lily Jackson, a native of Athens, AL, is a senior majoring in journalism and political science. She is also the managing editor of The Auburn Plainsman. In her Student Spotlight, Jackson talks about the "science of knowing people," and how she's learning to best tell their stories. 

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