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History's Jortner tops Buzzfeed list of educators during quarantine
April 24, 2020
History's Jortner tops Buzzfeed list of educators during quarantine

Dr. Adam Jortner, the Goodwin-Philpott Professor of Religion in the Department of History, is the top choice in a Buzzfeed list featuring the top 17 teachers who deserve high grades for their efforts to educate students during quarantine. Jortner's brief introduction has been viewed and liked more than 300,000 and has more than 11,000 shares. 

Psychology's Robinson featured as community helper
March 31, 2020
Psychology's Robinson featured as community helper

Whenever times are difficult, we are told to look for "the helpers." Well, in the College of Liberal Arts we didn't have to look very far to find Dr. Jennifer Robinson

Thirty Under 30 Alumni Series features Dr. Courtney Haun
March 25, 2020
Thirty Under 30 Alumni Series features Dr. Courtney Haun

The inaugural member class is comprised of a bold, diverse group of individuals who have made an impact from the earliest stages of their respective careers. Our newest addition, Dr. Courtney Haun, is no exception. 

Director of AU Psychology Services Clinic provides insight, tips and resources
March 24, 2020
Director of AU Psychology Services Clinic provides insight, tips and resources

Director of Auburn University’s Psychology Services Clinic provides insight, tips as the university community and others deal with stress from the COVID-19 pandemic

A special message from Dean Aistrup
March 23, 2020
A special message from Dean Aistrup

As we continue to take care of our campus community, please know we’re thinking about you and your family as you navigate the uncertainty ahead.

Brown named finalist for American Bar Association's highest public education award
March 18, 2020
Brown named finalist for American Bar Association's highest public education award - Copy

For his multimedia exhibit, “Alabama Justice: The Cases and Faces that Changed a Nation,” Dr. Steven P. Brown, professor of political science, is one of 23 finalists for the American Bar Association's highest award for public education about law.

King comments on how COVID-19 could impact elections
March 12, 2020
King comments on how COVID-19 could impact elections

Bridgett A. King, an assistant professor and director of the Master of Public Administration Program at Auburn University, offers her thoughts about how the coronavirus could impact primary elections around the country.

A note of thanks from Dean Aistrup
February 27, 2020
A note of thanks from Dean Aistrup

I am incredibly pleased to announce that our donors came through for Tiger Giving Day this year and our project is completely funded!

English Faculty Receive Philpott Endowment Grants for Humanities Projects 
February 28, 2020
English Faculty Receive Philpott Endowment Grants for Humanities Projects 

Dr. Emily Friedman and Dr. Sunny Stalter-Pace, both of the Department of English in the College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University, recently received grants from the Harry M. Philpott Endowment for the Humanities to enhance teaching and learning in the humanities. 

Rawls and Huntley appointed to state task force on gambling
March 1, 2020
Rawls and Huntley appointed to state task force on gambling

One of the 12 people assigned to the task force is Phillip "Phil" Rawls, who teaches journalism and has spent over 35 years as a reporter for the Associated Press. Also serving on this task force is Liz Huntley, a '93 political science graduate and practicing attorney in Birmingham. 

Last Updated: February 07, 2019