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Student Spotlight with Kali Skidelsky
March 21, 2019
Student Spotlight with Kali Skidelsky

Orlando native Kali Skidelsky is currently a sophmore majoring in English (professional and public writing) with a minor in communications. She serves as the president of the College of Liberal Arts Student Eminent Society and as editor-in-chief of Her Campus Auburn.

CLA debuts alumni series "Thirty Under 30"
March 19, 2019
CLA debuts alumni series "Thirty Under 30"

The College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University is launching a new initiative that celebrates and honors the work of our young alumni through our ‘Thirty Under 30’ campaign.

Alumna Lucia Lazarowski, '18, combines love of dogs and psychology in research
March 18, 2019
Alumna Lucia Lazarowski, '18, combines love of dogs and psychology in research

College of Liberal Arts alumna Lucia Lazarowski received her Ph.D. in Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences (Department of Psychology) from Auburn University in 2018 after completing a doctoral dissertation on detection dog cognitive development.

Theatre presents 'Dancing Community: Cultivating Our Roots"
March 14, 2019
Theatre presents 'Dancing Community: Cultivating Our Roots"

Auburn University’s Department of Theatre annual dance concert invites all students, faculty, staff, and guest artists to come together and create a community through dance. “Dancing Community: Cultivating Our Roots” will begin March 21st and run through March 24th.

Economics professor responds to Alabama gas tax
March 13, 2019
Economics professor responds to Alabama gas tax

The first question to ask when a new tax is proposed is how the government is spending its present revenue. The Alabama government collects different taxes to fund spending on a wide array of services and infrastructure.  How much to spend on what is one side of government activity.  How to collect the revenue for spending raises the political issue of who pays.

Two CLA alums receive Lifetime Achievement Award
March 12, 2019
Two CLA alums receive Lifetime Achievement Award

The Auburn Alumni Association recognized four recipients with its highest honor, the Lifetime Achievement Award. Two of the four awardees are College of Liberal Arts alums. 

CLA names three new engaged scholars
March 11, 2019
CLA names three new engaged scholars

The College of Liberal Arts recently named three faculty as Engaged Scholars for 2019-2023.  Angie Colvin Burque (Social Work), Tessa Carr (Theatre), and Rebecca Retzlaff (Community Planning) will hold the title for a three-year appointment and receive an annual supplement of $5,000.

2019 Tiger Giving Day donors break records
March 5, 2019
2019 Tiger Giving Day donors break records

Nearly 4,000 donors supported Auburn University’s fourth Tiger Giving Day, with the number of donors, gifts and funded projects breaking previous Tiger Giving Day records.

Cybersecurity expert to give Gordon Sherman Lecture
March 7, 2019
Cybersecurity expert to give Gordon Sherman Lecture

Matthew Masterson, senior security advisor for the Department of Homeland Security‘s cybersecurity unit, will speak on Monday, March 25, at 4 p.m. at the Auburn Alumni Center as the Gordon Sherman Lecturer.

Student Spotlight: Isaiah Boaz, a senior majoring in German with a minor in economics. 
March 1, 2019
Student Spotlight: Isaiah Boaz, a senior majoring in German with a minor in economics. 

Student Spotlight: Isaiah Boaz, a senior majoring in German with a minor in economics. 

Last Updated: February 07, 2019