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Federal Aviation Administration hosts hypoxia training for Auburn student pilots

School of Aviation students now have more experience in emergency situations, without even leaving the ground, thanks to the FAA's hypoxia training. ...

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'Houses tell stories': Pebble Hill's historical artifacts collection displays humanity of enslaved people

The Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities recently added to its ...

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Alliance ambassador: Emily Day using Auburn education to build community across cultures

Auburn junior Emily Day combines nonprofit and philanthropy studies and journalism to ...

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Poetry professor Rose McLarney explores history as stories told in ‘Killing the Negative,’ ‘Colorfast’

Power and truth inspired poet Rose McLarney’s latest contribution and collection, “Ki ...

Our Students


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Social work senior starts career with Air Force Civilian Service community readiness program

Social work senior Sydney Gwyn wove her lifelong passion for helping others into a career in social sciences through an internship with the Air Force Civilian Service. ...

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‘I made it.’: Minh Le shares experience as first-generation college student

Psychology senior encourages first-generation students to take on opportunities and make each Auburn experience meaningful. ...

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History doctoral student investigates Alabama’s underfunded public schools

Brucie Porter hopes to change the conversation around school funding through researching the history of rural, low-income a ...

Research & Outreach


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Auburn professor explores benefits of hearing aids on interconnected aspects of physical, cognitive functioning

The project secured funding from the Hearing Industry Research Consortium, which supports research projects that benefit th ...

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Set in stone: Auburn researchers explore art, history and story at The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art

Faculty and students created research-based projects to educate and engage visitors with "Monuments and Myths." ...

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Chon awarded research fellowship at USC Center on Public Diplomacy

As a Center on Public Diplomacy Research Fellow, Associate Professor Myoung-Gi Chon will conduct studies on pub ...

Arts & Culture


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'War and Peace' meets electronic pop in Auburn Theatre & Dance's production of 'Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812'

Auburn invites audiences to witness the wonder of "Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812" at the Telfair ...

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River cane mat woven by Muscogee Creek artist installed at Pebble Hill

A mat woven by Muscogee Creek artist Mary Smith from locally harvested river cane has been added to the collect ...

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Photo Gallery: Murals in Auburn-Opelika created by Art & Art History

Auburn University faculty and students have created dozens of murals for the community to enjoy. ...

Outstanding Alumni


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For good: Brandon Wilson ’02, Missy Burchart ’92 awarded Silver Anvil for making change at Wilbron

When Brandon Wilson and Missy Burchart started at Auburn University, they didn’t know what they ...

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Jaimi Tapp '91 keeps the world moving through Atlanta airport

As director of operational readiness, Auburn Aviation alumna Jaimi Tapp's job is to make sure mo ...

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PR with purpose: Jackie Jags '08 supports 'excellence wrapped in kindness' at Chick-fil-A

Auburn public relations alumna Jackie Jags works every day to share Chick-fil-A's culture of car ...