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Alumni Spotlight: Sarah Beth Mullins returns to Auburn in new role 
July 8, 2020
Alumni Spotlight: Sarah Beth Mullins returns to Auburn in new role 

Sarah Beth Mullins began her adventure at Auburn as a bright-eyed freshman who was excited for whatever was going to come her way. Little did she know four years spent on the plains just wouldn’t be enough. 

Commercial music ensemble to start this fall
July 1, 2020
Commercial music ensemble to start this fall

The Commercial Music Ensemble will perform commercial music concerts on-and-off campus throughout the semester.

New degree track in composition and technology debuts this fall
July 1, 2020
New degree track in composition and technology debuts this fall

Beginning in fall of 2020, the Auburn University Department of Music will be offering a brand-new degree track in composition and technology.

Band patron receives recognition for teaching
June 26, 2020
Band patron receives recognition for teaching

Sara Kiser received the 2020 Teaching Excellence Award by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and was named a Women of Excellence Award recipient by Alabama State University.

Department of History issues statement of support
June 25, 2020
Department of History issues statement of support
Academic Sustainability Program statement on race and environmental justice
June 22, 2020
Academic Sustainability Program statement on race and environmental justice
Sociology faculty issue statement of support
June 19, 2020
Sociology faculty issue statement of support
Sustainability Spotlight: Kiara Macdonald
June 14, 2020
Sustainability Spotlight: Kiara Macdonald

iara Macdonald, a senior, is a native of Auburn and comes from a family of engineers. She is forging her own path as a biosystems engineering major with a minor in sustainability.

Laney cohosts podcast about Operation Paperclip with Michael Ian Black
June 15, 2020
Laney cohosts podcast about Operation Paperclip with Michael Ian Black

Monique Laney, an associate professor in history, has been co-hosting a podcast series for Amazon Studios and the Los Angeles Times Studios with actor and comedian Michael Ian Black.
 

Social Work's Anthony Campbell expects perpetual shifts about social status during the pandemic to be temporary
June 10, 2020
Social Work's Anthony Campbell expects perpetual shifts about social status during the pandemic to be temporary

Anthony Campbell says he expects some social and perceptual shifts to be temporary, while permanent changes could include how we involve the use of technology for communication, education and health care.

Last Updated: February 07, 2019