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Tiger Walk to Washington
January 4, 2018
Tiger Walk to Washington

CLA students spearheaded a new intern housing initiative in Washington, DC. Now the Student Government Association is expanding the program to other cities across the country. 

A Daughter of the Nile
January 3, 2018
A Daughter of the Nile

Professor Emerita Samia Spencer continues to be a voice for women's issues. Her new book, Daughters of the Nile, is a collection of 37 stories from successful Egyptian women from all over the world. 

Happy holidays from the College of Liberal Arts!
December 19, 2017
Happy holidays from the College of Liberal Arts!

Happy holiday wishes to you and yours, from all of us in the College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University. 

Alumni Spotlight: Stuart Haselden, '92, COO/CFO lululemon athletica
December 18, 2017
Alumni Spotlight: Stuart Haselden, '92, COO/CFO lululemon athletica

Stuart Haselden, ’92, is the Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer for the clothing line lululemon athletica. He visited Auburn recently and talked with student leaders from the College of Liberal Arts.

Dean Aistrup's end of the year message
December 15, 2017
Dean Aistrup's end of the year message

"As we end the Fall 2017 semester, I wanted to update you on a few items from the CLA Dean’s Office." 

Alumni networks serve as a critical tool to launching college students' careers. 
December 15, 2017
Alumni networks serve as a critical tool to launching college students' careers. 

Recently, the College of Liberal Arts launched Career Communities and CLA Career Success Network, a new initiative to benefit our students.

Alumna drawing Alabama's architectural history
December 11, 2017
Alumna drawing Alabama's architectural history

“Celebration & Preservation” is an Alabama Bicentennial Commission Commemorative project celebrating two centuries of Alabama’s architectural history. Twenty-five pen-and-ink drawings of buildings from throughout the state have been created by Auburn alumna Melissa B. Tubbs for a traveling exhibition which will be shown at six venues. 

Learning Communities in Liberal Arts
December 6, 2017
Learning Communities in Liberal Arts

Auburn University began offering Learning Communities (LC) about 17 years ago, and the College of Liberal Arts has been an active member from the very beginning. The structure of the LC is intended to help students connect to each other and to the university by creating a group of academic peers with shared experiences across two or more courses in the first semester of college.

Peer Advisor Wisdom with Tempest Cantrell
November 30, 2017
Peer Advisor Wisdom with Tempest Cantrell

Meet Peer Advisor Tempest Cantrell, a senior in political science from Birmingham, Alabama. 

Rethinking the Classroom
November 20, 2017
Rethinking the Classroom

The Mell Classroom Building project is complete and is serving as the apex of the learning transformation taking place at Auburn University and particularly, the College of Liberal Arts.

Last Updated: October 31, 2016