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Medina selected as finalist for National Hearst Journalism Award
May 20, 2019
Medina selected as finalist for National Hearst Journalism Award

Eduardo Medina, a senior journalism major and the new Auburn Plainsman editor, has been selected to compete in the National Hearst Journalism Awards.

Jay Wall awarded Congress-Bundestag Exchange for Young Professionals Fellowship
May 13, 2019
Jay Wall awarded Congress-Bundestag Exchange for Young Professionals Fellowship

Auburn University student Jay Wall, a junior from Birmingham in the College of Liberal Arts majoring in political science and minoring in German, has been awarded the Congress-Bundestag Exchange for Young Professionals Fellowship.

Department of Theatre receives Departmental Award for Excellence in Education
May 13, 2019
Department of Theatre receives Departmental Award for Excellence in Education

Following a competitive nomination process, the Department of Theatre is the 2019 recipient of the Departmental Award for Excellence in Education.

Summerfield receives Spirit of Sustainability Award
May 13, 2019
Summerfield receives Spirit of Sustainability Award

Giovanna Summerfield, the associate dean for Educational Affairs in the College of Liberal Arts, recently received a Spirit of Sustainability Award from the Office of Sustainability.

Julia Murphy, '18, wins an Emmy for her work on Daily Mail TV
May 14, 2019
Julia Murphy, '18, wins an Emmy for her work on Daily Mail TV

Meet Julia Murphy, a 2018 political science alumna who has just received an Emmy for her work on Daily Mail TV. The New York native was recruited to Auburn to be part of the equestrian program her freshman year and fell in love with the university, the campus, and the people.

Disaster simulation drill provides pivotal experience for social work students
May 9, 2019
Disaster simulation drill provides pivotal experience for social work students

Students from the School of Nursing, the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work, and the Harrison School of Pharmacy sprang into action to treat the “victims” of the accident. 

Dean Aistrup's end of year message, 2019
May 6, 2019
Dean Aistrup's end of year message, 2019

Thank you for your hard work and your dedication to our students and to scholarship during another busy and exciting year.

Journalism and Media Camp for high school students to be offered June 2 – 7 
May 2, 2019
Journalism and Media Camp for high school students to be offered June 2 – 7 

Being able to cut through mounds of misinformation to get to the facts is a learnable skill, and it’s one that is being taught to high schoolers during the week of June 2 – 7, 2019.

Student Spotlight with Zach Tantillo
May 2, 2019
Student Spotlight with Zach Tantillo

Zach Tantillo, a senior from Dothan, Ala., graduates with a degree in journalism this weekend. Read how the College of Liberal Arts prepared him for a future career as a sports writer.

30 Under 30 Spotlight with Eva Wohiren, Associate Producer for CNN Digital
April 26, 2019
30 Under 30 Spotlight with Eva Wohiren, Associate Producer for CNN Digital

As a little girl, Eva Wohiren always had a passion for writing and telling stories. As she grew older, she saw writing as a way to explore and meet new people. 

Last Updated: February 07, 2019