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Peer Advisor Wisdom with Paige Alven
September 18, 2017
Peer Advisor Wisdom with Paige Alven

Paige Alven is a senior in psychology, and a peer advisor in the College of Liberal Arts. 

Alumni Spotlight: Yameeka Jones, '01, CEO of Vibra Hospital San Diego
September 13, 2017
Alumni Spotlight: Yameeka Jones, '01, CEO of Vibra Hospital San Diego

When Jones was not hosting games for the university as a Tigerette, she focused on her major in psychology and minor in business. Passionate about healthcare, Jones graduated from Auburn to pursue a dual master’s degree in health administration and business administration from University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB).

Auburn University Theatre commemorates 125 years of women with 2017-2018 season
September 8, 2017
Auburn University Theatre commemorates 125 years of women with 2017-2018 season

The first production of the season is “Antigone,” a classic tale of the clash between the rule of law, familial duty, and personal integrity. “Antigone” [pronounced: “Ann-tig-ah-knee”] will take place on the Telfair Peet Mainstage and begins on Thursday, Sept. 21.

Graduate student in English works with raptors, designs game day lures
September 3, 2017
Graduate student in English works with raptors, designs game day lures

Doctoral student Robyn Miller is a doctoral student earning her degree in English and teaching classes at Auburn University. She also designs the game day lures and jesses used during the pre-game eagle flight in Jordan-Hare Stadium.

Peer Advisor Wisdom with Kira Kingston
September 5, 2017
Peer Advisor Wisdom with Kira Kingston

Peer Advisor Wisdom with Kira Kingston, a junior majoring in communications. 

Peer Advisor Wisdom with Kristin Burton
August 30, 2017
Peer Advisor Wisdom with Kristin Burton

Meet Kristin Burton, a peer advisor in the College of Liberal Arts. 

Liberal Arts welcomes new department chairs and new program director of Women's Studies
August 28, 2017
Liberal Arts welcomes new department chairs and new program director of Women's Studies

The College of Liberal Arts welcomes three new department chairs and a new director of the Women’s Studies program.

Dean's message for fall, 2017
August 21, 2017
Dean's message for fall, 2017

Greetings and welcome back! As we return to the classroom, I wanted to tell you about some other exciting things happening in CLA this fall.

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.

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