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Auburn students working to create more inclusive environment at Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art

Katelyn Zeeveld, a sophomore majoring in art history, has been analyzing artwork from the database of the university art collection and writing alt text descriptions for each. ...

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Auburn student investigates the 'minds behind crime' through psychology, sociology

Maddy McDaniel, a senior in psychology and sociology with a concentration in criminology, hopes to improve the justice system by assessing the psychology behind crime. ...

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For a better world: Auburn doctoral student bridges research, experience in global development

Before he came to Auburn to earn a doctorate in Public Administration and Public Policy, Lucky Umezulike was an established change agent in Nigeria. ...

Research & Outreach


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Communicating child care: Social work professor investigates foster care interactions to recruit, retain foster parents

Assistant Professor Ethan Engelhardt, who works to improve outcomes for children in foster care through research, knows the system’s limitations fir ...

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CAH Faculty Writing Retreat creates space for CLA public scholars

For two days, faculty from across the College of Liberal Arts gathered at Pebble Hill to work and connected with scholars in other disciplines. ...

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Faculty awarded grant to continue Rosenwald school preservation work

A $750,000 grant from the National Park Service will allow Auburn faculty members to continue their restoration of the Tankersley Rosenwald Sch ...

Arts & Culture


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Auburn University Theatre & Dance announces 2024-2025 season

The 2024-2025 season, filled with stories of finding your voice and place, explores what it means to be powerfully and joyfully resilient in th ...

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Vienna study abroad experience prepares international travelers

The Department of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures prepares students to be travelers, not tourists, through its study abroad programs. ...

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Poetry professor Rose McLarney explores history as stories told in ‘Killing the Negative,’ ‘Colorfast’

Power and truth inspired poet Rose McLarney’s latest contribution and collection, “Killing the Negative” and “Colorfast.” ...

Outstanding Alumni


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The Sound of Movie Magic: Postproduction sound designer Scott Sanders '86 makes noise in Hollywood for nearly four decades

Scott Sanders '86 spends his days mixing sounds and adding audio effects to big-name films like "The Perks of Being a Wal ...

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Walton Ferguson '24 pursues quantitative psychology to help students succeed

In the fall, recent Auburn graduate Walton Ferguson '24 will begin his journey to complete a doctorate in quantitative ps ...

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Protecting with purpose: Alex Moore's path from Auburn to international diplomacy

From the heart of the Plains to the war-torn streets of Beirut to the beaches of Normandy, retired special agent and poli ...