Today’s college graduates are far more likely to work in multiple fields, hold a variety of jobs, and be employed by numerous companies than the workforces of the past. For this reason, a broad skill set and a high level of adaptability are necessary for career success in the 21st century. Our interdisciplinary programs can provide you with these skills and much more.
"Sustainable solutions consider social, economic and environmental factors, and that's why it's important for people to work on interdisciplinary teams."
Students in the sustainability studies minor capstone course worked on several campus improvement projects this semester.
Faida Mitifu, '88, former ambassador of Congo to the United Stated, was the keynote speaker at a CLA Career Services' Employer Meet and Mingle event.
Auburn is one of 17 institutions offering applied research training and economic development project opportunities for students to better their Appalachian communities.
The symposium, held in Ortygia, Sicily, focused on providing an informal and conducive atmosphere of dialogue to further research and grant projects.