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Interview with Cara Golden, recent IDSC graduate
January 15, 2019
Interview with Cara Golden, recent IDSC graduate

Meet Cara Golden, a recent interdisciplinary graduate who is now in Tulsa, Oklahoma to pursue a Master of Arts degree in Intercultural Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary. 

Media studies professor comments on changes ahead with streaming media
January 11, 2019
Media studies professor comments on changes ahead with streaming media
Alumni Spotlight on Chinazo (Chi Chi) Anachebe, '10 (political science), an Associate Attorney in Atlanta
January 9, 2019
Alumni Spotlight on Chinazo (Chi Chi) Anachebe, '10 (political science), an Associate Attorney in Atlanta

Alumna Chinazo (Chi Chi) Anachebe,’10, is an associate attorney in Atlanta for the national law firm Lewis Brisbois. In our interview with Anachebe, she recalls her Auburn experiences; which happens to include etiquette lessons, taking on leadership roles, going to games, and a piglet dissection that changed her academic trajectory.

Peer Advisor Wisdom with Amelia Haas
January 3, 2019
Peer Advisor Wisdom with Amelia Haas

Meet Ameila Haas, a senior in psychology from Enterprise, Alabama who found a philosophy class that renewed her interest in psychology. 

Students work with local national parks to update visitor materials
December 13, 2018
Students work with local national parks to update visitor materials

Park ranger Eric Frey reached out to Gutiérrez Kerns as part of an initiative to make parks more accessible to a diverse public. To accomplish this, they asked Gutiérrez Kerns if she would be willing to translate important documents into Spanish for them.

Study explores how support wear may impact breathing
December 10, 2018
Study explores how support wear may impact breathing

A current study in the Department of Communication Disorders is researching how women’s support wear may affect their breathing.

Year-end message from Dean Aistrup, 2018
December 7, 2018
Year-end message from Dean Aistrup, 2018

As another calendar year comes to an end, I would like to take a moment to reflect upon our accomplishments, and to share what’s in store for 2019. 

Public history students work to document and preserve equalization schools in Alabama
November 26, 2018
Public history students work to document and preserve equalization schools in Alabama

Public history students are digging in deep in Lee County and Macon County to document and preserve equalization schools in Alabama. The ultimate goal is to place as many of these properties as possible on the National Register of Historic Places. 

Model UN team wins two awards at regional competition
November 27, 2018
Model UN team wins two awards at regional competition

The Auburn University Model United Nations team recently won two Best Delegation Awards at the Southern Regional Model United Nations (SRMUN) competition in Atlanta.

Meet Scott Tye, CLA graduation marshal
November 20, 2018
Meet B. Scott Tye, CLA graduation marshal

B. Scott Tye is the graduation marshal for the College of Liberal Arts during the December commencement. He is graduating with a major in Communication Disorders and a minor in Theatre. He is pursuing graduate school options and hopes to become a speech-language pathologist so he can help others overcome adverstiy. 

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