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One day symposium to be held Feb. 16 on science and civic engagement
January 31, 2017
One day symposium to be held Feb. 16 on science and civic engagement

On Thursday, Feb. 16, the College of Liberal Arts will host a one-day symposium on STEM and humanities research that will be led by Dr. Eliza Jane Reilly, executive director of the National Center for Science and Civic Engagement at Stony Brook University, and Susan Reiser, associate dean of natural sciences at the University of North Carolina Asheville.

BraveHeart selected for Tiger Giving Day project
January 29, 2017
BraveHeart selected for Tiger Giving Day project

According to social work faculty Dr. Angie Burque, Dr. Danilea Werner, and assistant clinical professor Nana Daronatsy, BCPP creates a place that is sensitive to the need for safety, the importance of belonging, and the benefit of consistent daily routine, and it creates a purpose for those who would otherwise be excluded from full participation in the adult community.

Liberal Arts alumna Octavia Spencer says she immersed herself in the 1960s for 'Hidden Figures'
January 24, 2017
Liberal Arts alumna Octavia Spencer says she immersed herself in the 1960s for 'Hidden Figures'

The Hollywood Reporter featured College of Liberal Arts alumna Octavia Spencer for her role in the film, "Hidden Figures." 

Student Spotlight: Teyonna Johnson, Student Recruiter and Musical Theatre major
January 27, 2017
Student Spotlight: Teyonna Johnson, Student Recruiter and Musical Theatre major

Teyonna Johnson is a junior in musical theatre who enjoys performing on stage and with Mosaic theatre company. She also loves being a student recruiter and Aubie visits. 

Spurlin marks a decade of "Striking up the band!"
January 17, 2017
Spurlin marks a decade of "Striking up the band!"

After 10 years, Corey Spurlin, from the Department of Music in the College of Liberal Arts, is well aware of how to "strike up the band." 

Student Spotlight: Zach McKinnel, sophomore, Psychology
January 12, 2017
Student Spotlight: Zach McKinnel, sophomore, Psychology

Zach McKinnel, a sophomore majoring in psychology and pre-pharmacy, is looking for similarities in the brain for people suffering from alcoholism and depression.

Powell commissioned to write new piece for Auburn Junior High School Choir
December 13, 2016
Powell commissioned to write new piece for Auburn Junior High School Choir

American Composers Forum (ACF) has selected composer Dr. Rosephanye Powell, from the Department of Music in the College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University, as the 2016-2017 ChoralQuest® composer.

Center for Arts and Humanities teams up with CADC for WWI exhibit
December 13, 2016
Center for Arts and Humanities teams up with CADC for WWI exhibit

The result of this collaboration is an immersive and interactive exhibit that will travel to various cities across Alabama next year in anticipation of the 100th anniversary of the United States’ participation in The Great War in 1917.

Alumni spotlight: Carlie McCall, '14, ESPN Production Assistant 
December 9, 2016
Alumni spotlight: Carlie McCall, '14, ESPN Production Assistant 

McCall, '14, graduated with a degree in radio, television and film, and is currently a production assistant for ESPN in Bristol, Connecticut. 

CLA alumna is executive managing editor of Cosmopolitan and Seventeen magazines
December 6, 2016
CLA alumna is executive managing editor of Cosmopolitan and Seventeen magazines

Maria Baugh, CLA alumna and executive managing editor of Cosmopolitan and Seventeen magazines,  will be the guest speaker at Auburn University's fall graduation ceremonies. 

Last Updated: October 31, 2016