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The study heard 'round the world
The study heard 'round the world

With funding from the global leader in hearing solutions, ReSound, Auburn audiology faculty are developing a more accurate method for pediatric hearing aid fittings. Based on a head circumference, this new method will be used in hearing aid fittings in children across the globe.

Brain camp offers unique opportunities to high school students
Brain camp offers unique opportunities to high school students

Not many people have seen their own brain, much less studied their brain. However, high school students from all over the country have the opportunity of a lifetime in July when the Department of Psychology in the College of Liberal Arts hosts their annual Auburn University Brain Camp.

Peer Advisor Wisdom with Logan Barrett
February 5, 2018
Peer Advisor Wisdom with Logan Barrett

February's peer advising spotlight is on Logan Barrett, from Hoover, AL. He is a senior in public relations, and has some great advice about student registration. 

Evaluating India's Wastewater Practices
February 2, 2018
Evaluating India's Wastewater Practices

Kelly Alley, the Alma Holladay Professor of Anthropology in the College of Liberal Arts, has carried out research in northern India for over 25 years. Her focus has been on public culture and environmental issues in the Ganges-Brahmpautra-Meghna basin, combining inquiries into religious practice and doctrine, government policy, law, and activism.

AU Theatre production of "Chicago" to feature Miss Alabama 2015 as Velma
January 30, 2018
AU Theatre production of "Chicago" to feature Miss Alabama 2015 as Velma

“Chicago,” the longest running American musical in the history of Broadway, will open on Friday, Feb. 15, at 7:30 p.m. on the Telfair Peet Theatre Mainstage. 

Alumni Spotlight: Teil Duncan, '10, Artist
January 30, 2018
Alumni Spotlight: Teil Duncan, '10, Artist

In our interview with art alumna Teil Duncan, ’10, she relives her many hours spent at Biggin Hall, how she discovered a passion and talent for art, and why she likes to stay connected to her alma mater.

A look at food and power with Xaq Frohlich
January 26, 2018
A look at food and power with Xaq Frohlich

Xaq Frohlich is a specialist on the history of food regulation and food science and technology, and assistant professor in our Department of History. He is currently teaching a history class called “Food and Power,” which examines the history of the transformations in our foodways and food infrastructures that have shaped food politics today.

Hearst Television Awards selects Etheredge for first place prize in journalism
January 22, 2018
Hearst Television Awards selects Etheredge for first place prize in journalism

Hearst Television has announced the winners in the Television Features Competition of the 2017-2018 Hearst Journalism Awards Program and the First Place prize has been awarded to Brandon Etheredge from the College of Liberal Arts. 

Three leaders from CLA make history at Auburn
January 22, 2018
Three leaders from CLA make history at Auburn

To date, there have been three female SGA presidents and they are all CLA graduates! Jaylin Goodwin recently interviewed the three history-makers about their decisions to run, and about their Auburn experiences. 

Student Spotlight: Melanie Parrott, senior in Psychology
January 12, 2018
Student Spotlight: Melanie Parrott, senior in Psychology

Melanie Parrot is one of the six students who received an undergraduate research fellow this year. She is a senior who double majors in psychology and biomedical sciences.

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