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Nonviolence workshop held at CMDCAH
August 21, 2017
Nonviolence workshop held at CMDCAH

Twenty-six Auburn University faculty, students, staff, and community members completed a two-day workshop on conflict reconciliation inspired by the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. on Aug. 10 and 11 at the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities in the College of Liberal Arts.

Regarding Research with Dr. John Rapp, Professor of Psychology and Director of Applied Behavioral Analysis
August 17, 2017
Regarding Research with Dr. John Rapp, Professor of Psychology and Director of Applied Behavioral Analysis

In this episode of Regarding Research, we talk with John Rapp, a professor of psychology, director of the Applied Behavior Analysis master’s program, and project director of the Alabama Psychiatric Medication Review Team. In our interview, Rapp discusses his research on repetitive behaviors with autism spectrum disorder, and the state’s recent bill requiring certain health benefit plans to include applied behavior analysis.

New exhibit "Alabama Justice: The Cases and Faces that Changed a Nation"
July 24, 2017
New exhibit "Alabama Justice: The Cases and Faces that Changed a Nation"

A traveling exhibit, “Alabama Justice: The Cases and Faces that Changed a Nation,” is being made possible thanks to funding from the Alabama Humanities Foundation, Auburn University Intramural Grants Program, and a College of Liberal Arts Summer Research Grant.

Student Spotlight: Morgan Gleason, double major in Psychology and Health Services Administration
July 6, 2017
Student Spotlight: Morgan Gleason, double major in Psychology and Health Services Administration

Morgan Gleason is a sophomore from Wesley Chapel, Florida, double-majoring in psychology and health services administration. After being diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease called juvenile dermatomyositis at age 11, Gleason began making YouTube videos that went viral.  She now advocates for patient care and shares her journey by speaking at numerous conferences and writing a blog.

King is one of two Auburn professors honored with faculty enhancement awards
June 8, 2017
King is one of two Auburn professors honored with faculty enhancement awards

Bridgett King, assistant professor of political science in the College of Liberal Arts, and Majid Beidaghi, assistant professor of mechanical and materials engineering in the College of Engineering, have been named recipients of the 2017 Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Awards, given annually by the Oak Ridge Associated Universities consortium, or ORAU.

Summerfield's essay part of gift to mayor in Italy
June 1, 2017
Summerfield's essay part of gift to mayor in Italy

Within the book is a chapter written by Dr. Giovanna Summerfield, Associate Dean for Educational Affairs. She worked with the local youth of Catania to highlight their initiatives in the essay, “Per non dimenticare: Antimafia Digital Storytelling and Reflections.”

Take a tour of the Samford clock tower
May 24, 2017
Take a tour of the Samford clock tower

University Architect Jim Carroll takes us through a tour of the famous Samford Hall clock tower, and shares some insight and history along the way.

Alumni Spotlight: Courtney Edwards, '14, spreading kindness around the globe
May 8, 2017
Alumni Spotlight: Courtney Edwards, '14, spreading kindness around the globe

Auburn Global, which provides academic and language support, as well as cultural experiences for international students, hired Courtney Edwards as a Marketing Coordinator. There she serves as an expert on their programs and services “to attract new international students and to tell the student story.”

Rylie Gay named Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow
May 2, 2017
Rylie Gay named Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow

Campus Compact recently named political science major Rylie Gay a 2017 Newman Civic Fellow for her commitment to community development and the betterment of society through citizen action. 

Giustino receives Andrew Carnegie Fellowship Award
April 27, 2017
Giustino receives Andrew Carnegie Fellowship Award

Dr. Cathleen Giustino, the Mills Carter Professor of History in the College of Liberal Arts, is a 2017 Andrew Carnegie Fellowship recipient.
 

Last Updated: October 31, 2016