The College of Liberal Arts encourages civic engagement, emphasizes global perspectives, and promotes diversity and inclusiveness. We aim to lead our students, faculty, and staff into spaces that fuel community, connection, and conversation. To honor the complexities and intersections of the identities held on our campus, the following pages include conversations about DEI, connections to resources, and access to diverse communities that foster a sense of belonging and respect for all.
We cultivate, thinkers, creators, innovators, and global leaders.
We aspire to be a leading college unified in excellence.
An Auburn University multidisciplinary project focused on the infamous “Bloody Sunday” civil rights event that occurred in Selma, Alabama, on March 7, 1965, is the recipient of an award as part of $28.4 million in humanities grants recently announced by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Tiffany Watson majored in media studies and credits her Auburn education to her success today. She is currently the audience development manager at Netflix and was previously the social media manager for CBS' Emmy award-winning show, The Talk.
Launched in December 2017, Project Hometown was created by Belk to promote communities, to help families thrive, and to empower their stores and their associates to make a difference. BCPP was awarded $10,000 to go towards its programming, supplies, and outreach initiatives.
Following a lifetime of interest in aviation, Alan Meyer is currently conducting research surrounding diversity and inclusion within the industry.
Hendrix talks about her love of Auburn, her passion for writing and her experience as a student, and shares some quality advice about pursuing your passions.
On Saturday, Nov. 13, an on-field recognition for Women in Aviation will be held to celebrate Auburn Aviation program’s success and position as a leader in the industry. The ceremony will be held before the Auburn vs. Mississippi State game at Jordan-Hare Stadium.
SCOPE was founded in 2014 by psychology graduate students to help undergraduate students of color learn how to apply for a graduate program in psychology.