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Steinem encourages activism and empathy

In her first visit to the Plains in over 40 years, author and activist Gloria Steinem enthralled a room of nearly 800 people with her talk on Tuesday, Feb. 18 in Auburn. The ballroom at the Auburn University Hotel and Conference Center was packed to capacity as students, faculty, staff, administrators and members of the community flocked to hear Steinem's lecture. Steinem was on the main campus of Auburn University as part of the Women's Leadership Institute Extraordinary Women Lecture Series.

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Auburn University Organizational Chart

Women in leadership positions at Auburn University

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The Osprey Foundation establishes scholarship in CLA

The Osprey Foundation established by Auburn University alumna and best-selling author Anne Rivers Siddons, recently pledged $100,000 to establish a scholarship endowment for undergraduate students in the College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University.
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Siddons selected for Lifetime Achievement Award

The College of Liberal Arts (CLA) at Auburn University will celebrate best-selling novelist and alumna Anne Rivers Siddons by awarding her with the inaugural Women's Leadership Institute Lifetime Achievement Award. A tribute to Siddons' lifetime of achievement will be held on Friday, Oct. 18, 2013 at the Auburn University Hotel and Conference Center at 5 p.m. The tribute is free and open to the public, and fans of Siddons' novels are encouraged to attend.
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CLA Reads Fall 2013

A shared reading experience by the College of Liberal Arts, Auburn University. The Fall 2013 selection is Heartbreak Hotel by Anne Rivers Siddons.
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College of Liberal Arts scholars published by Common Ground Publishing

"Scholarship in Action: Communities, Leaders and Citizens," edited by Barbara Baker, Kathleen Hale and Giovanna Summerfield, was recently published by Common Ground Publishing as part of its World Universities Forum. The book narrates the process undertaken by a set of faculty members in the College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University to build new pedagogical content through purposeful attention to, respect for and reciprocity with the communities that sustain them.
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