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Art and Art History holds annual juried student exhibition
April 11, 2018
Art and Art History holds annual juried student exhibition

The Department of Art and Art History held its annual Juried Fine Art Student Exhibition. Students were recognized for their innovative artistic creations. 

CLA students recognized for achievements
April 11, 2018
CLA students recognized for achievements

Katie Kirk, Ashley Moates and MeMe Collier received awards for their academic and leadership achievements.

Liberal Arts to offer new degrees and certificate
April 3, 2018
Liberal Arts to offer new degrees and certificate

The College of Liberal Arts (CLA) will soon offer two new undergraduate degrees and a new undergraduate certificate. The Alabama Commission on Higher Education (ACHE) recently approved a bachelor of science in neuroscience and a bachelor of arts in law and justice. ACHE also approved CLA’s first undergraduate certificate, Leadership for a Global Society.

Alumni Spotlight: Chief Justice Lyn Stuart, '77, Sociology 
March 26, 2018
Alumni Spotlight: Chief Justice Lyn Stuart, '77, Sociology 

yn Stuart is an Atmore native who obtained her bachelor's degree in sociology from Auburn in 1977. She has been elected to Alabama Supreme Court three times and is currently Chief Justice. 

Auburn invests in Becoming the Beloved Community
March 29, 2018
Auburn invests in Becoming the Beloved Community

In commemoration of King’s assassination 50 years ago, Auburn will host two days of events – all leading towards becoming the Beloved Community.
 

Philosophy's Kelly Dean Jolley recognized with Auburn's highest teaching award
March 28, 2018
Philosophy's Kelly Dean Jolley recognized with Auburn's highest teaching award

Jolley has been awarded the Gerald and Emily Leischuck Endowed Presidential Awards for Excellence in Teaching for 2018. The award honors teaching excellence by Auburn University faculty who have demonstrated a commitment to student success through effective and innovative teaching, and through advising and mentoring inside and outside the classroom.

Alumni Spotlight: Davis Shelfer, '17, Sociology
March 6, 2018
Alumni Spotlight: Davis Shelfer, '17, Sociology

Davis Shelfer, ’17, graduated from Auburn with a degree in sociology. The Houston native credits the field of sociology in helping to develop critical-thinking and writing skills, which will benefit him as he seeks to pursue a graduate degree in criminal justice.

Pielak: Zombies are the perfect way to examine the limits of humanity
March 1, 2018
Pielak: Zombies are the perfect way to examine the limits of humanity

Interest in zombies is huge in the world of pop culture, but studying zombies as a topic of research may seem almost as unlikely as a zombie apocalypse. But for Chase Pielak, an English lecturer in Auburn’s College of Liberal Arts, that research topic isn’t so far-fetched. 

Mark Wilson selected to give "Final Lecture"
March 6, 2018
Mark Wilson selected to give "Final Lecture"

Each year, the Auburn student body elects a Final Lecture Award recipient during its annual spring elections.The award recognizes one of Auburn students’ favorite professors and gives them the opportunity to present a short lecture on the topic of their choice. This year, the students have selected Dr. Mark Wilson. Wilson teaches community and civic engagement in the College of Liberal Arts and serves as director of the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities. 

Peer Advisor Wisdom with Marissa Spiwak
March 5, 2018
Peer Advisor Wisdom with Marissa Spiwak

Meet Peer Advisor Marissa Spiwak, a native of Sugar Land, Texas, who is a senior majoring in psychology and plans to attend law school after graduation. 

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