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Alumni Spotlight: Anna Beth Jager ('15), U.S. News and World Report communications coordinator
August 14, 2018
Alumni Spotlight: Anna Beth Jager ('15), U.S. News and World Report communications coordinator

Anna Beth Jager, ’15, (public relations) works for U.S. News and World Report as a public relations and communications coordinator in Washington, DC.

MSW program prepares students for advanced clinical social work practice
August 14, 2018
MSW program prepares students for advanced clinical social work practice

It can be easy, when thinking of social work, to only associate it with Child Protective Services. While the work done in that field is incredibly important, Werner wants people to know how broad social work really is.

Peer Advisor Wisdom with Grace Friedenreich, senior in Psychology
August 7, 2018
Peer Advisor Wisdom with Grace Friedenreich, senior in Psychology

Meet Grace Friedenreich, a CLA Peer Advisor and senior majoring in psychology who has some great advice about scheduling classes. Read her interview to find out more...

Mock Trial Competition Team - more than just a club
July 22, 2018
Mock Trial Competition Team - more than just a club

Students belonging to Auburn University’s Mock Trial Competition team meet every week to analyze, rehearse, memorize, and argue court cases written by the American Mock Trial Association.

Student approaches guest speaker with idea, receives paid internship
July 19, 2018
Student approaches guest speaker with idea, receives paid internship

From an early age, Emma Graham was taught to “value language.” Originally from South Africa, Graham and her family moved to Atlanta when she was three years old.

Delta partners with Auburn University to Propel Next Generation of Pilots 
July 17, 2018
Delta partners with Auburn University to Propel Next Generation of Pilots 

Auburn University has been selected by Delta Air Lines as one of eight colleges to launch the Delta Propel Pilot Career Path Program.

Alumni Spotlight: Erin Argo '98
July 17, 2018
Alumni Spotlight: Erin Argo '98

Meet CLA alumna and Alabama native Erin Argo, ’98, who is an Assistant United States Attorney in Brooklyn, New York. Erin received her undergraduate degree in German and international trade from Auburn University and her law degree from the University of Mississippi. She graciously took time out of her hectic schedule to sit down with us and discuss her time at Auburn, her career path, and her best advice.

Hamilton Wasnick, history major and a head counselor for Camp War Eagle
July 9, 2018
Hamilton Wasnick, history major and a head counselor for Camp War Eagle

“History has been the strongest driving force to further my education. I absolutely love it and I think history is one of the most important subjects people can learn. You need to understand where you’ve come from to know where you’re going. And Auburn’s history program has been wonderful for me."

Meet Sage Dunne, CLA's Graduation Marshal for the August ceremony
July 6, 2018
Meet Sage Dunne, CLA's Graduation Marshal for the August ceremony

In addition to pursuing duel degrees, Dunne made time to be an on-air DJ for WEGL (91.1), a math tutor for student athletes, and an intramural referee for Campus Recreation.

"Reacting to the Past" engages students in the present
July 6, 2018
"Reacting to the Past" engages students in the present

"Reacting to the Past” is a student-centered style of teaching that puts the responsibility of learning almost entirely on the student. Instead of taking notes, students engage with history, literature, etc., as characters within a specific time-period, literally interacting with the past. This teaching pedagogy has seen limited use at Auburn University, but the professors who have given it a try have been elated with the results.

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