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  Auburn University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Auburn University was chartered by the Alabama Legislature as the East Alabama Male College on May 6, 1856, coming under the guidance of the Methodist Church in 1859.
To commemorate Auburn's contribution to the Civil War, a cannon lathe used for the manufacture of cannons for the Confederate Army and recovered from Selma, Alabama, was presented to Auburn in 1952 by brothers of Delta Chapter of the Alpha Phi Omega fraternity.
Auburn University is typically the highest-ranked university in the state of Alabama in the U.S. News and World Report rankings, having held the number one ranking in the state for 12 of the past 14 years, and was ranked below another university only on one occasion (and tied this year).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Auburn_University   (6206 words)

 Auburn University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Auburn University was chartered by the Alabama Legislature as the East Alabama Male College on May 6, 1856, under the guidance of the Methodist Church.
To commemorate Auburn's contribution to the Civil War, a cannon lathe used for the manufacture of canons for the Confederate Army and recovered from Selma, Alabama, was presented to Auburn in 1952 by brothers of Delta Chapter of the Alpha Phi Omega fraternity.
Auburn has been ranked by U.S. News and World Report as the highest-ranked public university in the state of Alabama for 11 consecutive years and in the 2004 rankings was 44th among the nation's top 50 public universities.
www.gogog.com /project/wikipedia/index.php/Auburn_University   (3923 words)

 Alabama Center for Paper and Bioresource Engineering
Auburn engineers are studying paper's mechanical properties, such as tensile and compressive strength, that determine the quality of many paper grades.
Auburn engineers are also merging paper and materials sciences to develop powerful composite electrodes, batteries and fuel cells that may make electric automobiles practical and to manufacture bio-filters for anti-terrorism applications.
Auburn University's AC-PABE is the nation's only pulp, paper and bio-resource research and education center that offers undergraduate curricula with pulp, paper and bio-resource specializations for chemical, electrical, and mechanical engineering students, and a multidisciplinary research environment for engineering graduate students and faculty.
www.eng.auburn.edu /center/pnp/pnp.htm   (1360 words)

 Auburn University Digital Library
For example, three branch campuses of Troy State University were created without ACHE approval, and the presidents of the historically fl colleges and universities were cautious in their support for the commission.
The University of Alabama was initially approached in 1966 by the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce about opening a campus in Montgomery, but they declined the offer due to their recent expansions into Birmingham and Huntsville.
In early 1967, Auburn agreed to open a branch campus in Montgomery, pending appropriation of funds from the legislature.
diglib.auburn.edu /auburnhistory/harryphilpott.htm   (958 words)

 The Atlanta Auburn Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Auburn alum and local sports talk great Chuck Oliver will be the master of ceremonies, and the AAC has some other great things planned, including our annual Silent Auction of Auburn collectibles and other great items.
The Atlanta Auburn Club is honored and proud to announce its support of The Dream House for Medically Fragile Children, Inc. This non-profit organization was created to establish more therapeutic foster homes in the Atlanta area for children who are dependent on life-supporting treatments, medication, therapy or equipment to survive.
Auburn University and the Auburn Alumni Association are not responsible for the contents or accuracy of information on the Auburn Club web sites.
www.atlantaauburnclub.com   (1086 words)

 Auburn University - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schoolshttp://www.sacs.org/ placed the university on probation in December 2003, citing micromanagement from the university's board of trustees, including prominent trustee Bobby Lowder, chairman of Colonial Bank in Montgomery, Alabama.
Auburn has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the highest-ranked public university in the state of Alabama for 11 consecutive years and in the 2004 rankings was 44th among the nation's top 50 public universities.
In the last decade under head coach David Marsh, Auburn's swimming and diving program has become a virtual dynasty in the SEC and threatens to do the same nationally, with consecutive NCAA championships for both the men and women in 2003 and 2004.
education.music.us /A/Auburn-University.htm   (3793 words)

 Top News
Auburn University interim President Ed Richardson today released details of a new AU policy on directed studies and announced two administrative changes at the university.
The Auburn University School of Architecture’s chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students won the 2005-2006 Chapter Honor Award, and AU student chapter member Jennifer Thompson won the Student Research Award.
Auburn University trustee Bobby Lowder and his wife Charlotte of Montgomery have pledged a $1 million gift to Auburn’s College of Veterinary Medicine as part of the ongoing “It Begins at Auburn” campaign.
www.ocm.auburn.edu /toppage/topnews   (1663 words)

 College of Veterinary Medicine - Auburn University - College of Veterinary Medicine
We are located in Auburn, Alabama, two miles southwest of Auburn University's main campus, near the intersection of Wire Road / Conway and Shug Jordan Parkway.
Auburn’s new mix-and-match CE Conference series will offer two dynamite veterinary studies in one day.
Vaughan served as dean of the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine from 1977 to 1995, bringing much prestige to Auburn.
www.vetmed.auburn.edu   (300 words)

 Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy History
In 1960 A.P.I. became Auburn University and Samuel T. Coker was appointed Dean of the School of Pharmacy.
Because of the additional work this role demanded, a partnership was formed with the University of Alabama Medical Center of Birmingham that allowed an additional year of study and led to the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree.
On January 25th, 2002 Auburn University’s School of Pharmacy was named the James I Harrison School of Pharmacy in honor of the contributions Harrison and his family have made to the filed of pharmacy in the state of Alabama.
pharmacy.auburn.edu /welcome/history.htm   (1145 words)

 Auburn History Department Home Page
The Department of History is proud of a heritage that goes back more than one hundred years to the "New Auburn" of the 1880s.
Borrowing from the German seminar tradition, George Petrie invigorated the study of history at Auburn, focusing it on rational inquiry, research using primary documents, intense intellectual discourse, and a collective, collaborative approach to instruction.
As we move ahead in the twenty-first century we have extended the standards and goals that Petrie set for the department to encompass a more global approach to our discipline, while still striving for excellence in scholarship, teaching, service, and outreach.
cla.auburn.edu /history   (199 words)

 Plasma Physics @ Auburn University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Plasma physics is concerned with the studies of hot, diffuse gases, where the electrons are dissociated from the atomic nuclei.
Plasma research at Auburn University is an active and vibrant field.
Auburn faculty and students are actively engaged in experimental, theoretical and computational fusion energy research.
www.physics.auburn.edu /~plasma   (372 words)

 Auburn Psychology Department Home Page
The Department of Psychology is currently housed primarily in Thach Hall on the Auburn University campus.
The missions of the Psychology Department are the education of its undergraduate majors, the development of its graduate programs, and full participation in the teaching of the University's core curriculum.
These three foci are integrated within programs that place a premium on scholarship, scholarly analysis, and the use of science based, psychological knowledge to address individual, social, and societal problems at both the state and national levels.
www.cla.auburn.edu /psychology   (138 words)

 Auburn University News
AUBURN - Earlon McWhorter, president pro tempore of the Auburn University Board of Trustees, today named a four-person trustee committee to review a report the Board recently commissioned on the state of the university.
Auburn University is a preeminent land-grant and comprehensive research institution with more than 23,000 students and 6,500 faculty and staff.
Ranked among the top 50 public universities nationally, Auburn is Alabama’s largest educational institution, offering more than 230 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degree programs.
www.ocm.auburn.edu /news_releases/botcommittee.html   (246 words)

 Fusion Research Lab   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Auburn faculty and students are actively engaged in fusion energy research for the production of electrical power.
The physical processes affecting the behavior of hot, magnetically confined plasmas are explored with the ultimate goal being the achievement of controlled thermonuclear fusion collaborations with several major fusion facilities.
Auburn University > College of Science and Mathematics > Physics Department > Fusion Research at Auburn
fusion.auburn.edu   (168 words)

 Auburn University Graduate School
A graduate student in good standing at an accredited college or university may be admitted as a transient when faculty and facilities are available.
The completed form must be mailed to the Auburn University Medical Clinic, Medical Records, 307 West Magnolia Avenue, Auburn University, Auburn, AL 36849, prior to registration for courses.
Please mail the Transient Graduate Student form to the Graduate School, Hargis Hall, Auburn University, Auburn, AL 36849-5122.
www.grad.auburn.edu /forms/graduate_transient_instructions.html   (303 words)

 Auburn University MBA Program (Master of Business Administration)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Auburn University’s Full-Time On-Campus MBA Program has been ranked 69th among nearly 400 graduate programs in business accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), according to the latest [2006] U.S. News and World Report rankings.
Among public institutions, AU’s graduate business program is ranked 39th in the U.S. The 2006 USNewsandWR ranking follows a 53rd overall (26th among public institutions) ranking by Forbes in Fall 2005, and a top five ranking for AU’s Physician Executive MBA program by Modern Physician magazine in Spring 2005.
The Auburn University MBA Program invites you to explore the many possibilities of a Masters in Business Administration.
www.mba.business.auburn.edu   (248 words)

 Auburn University News
The fourth-ranked Auburn Tigers have their sights set on a National Championship, and the long road begins Saturday as the Washington State Cougars come to town.
TODD MILLES; The News Tribune Published: September 2nd, 2006 01:00 AM It's the Auburn University football way, where secondary details about opposing players are blown up to billboard status.
Coach Tommy Tuberville figures his Auburn University football team will reap millions of dollars in free publicity when apparel-provider Under Armour unveils a national television commercial showcasing the...
www.topix.net /ncaa/auburn   (533 words)

 College of Liberal Arts Home Page
The College of Liberal Arts academically shapes the core of the well-rounded Auburn student through study of the humanities and the human arts.
Kelly D. Jolley, chair of the Department of Philosophy in the Auburn University College of Liberal Arts, recently donated nine rare books to AU Libraries.
Jolley, who is also an Alumni Professor at Auburn, presented the books in memory of the late James Haden, an influential philosophy professor and author at the College of Wooster in Ohio during Jolley’s undergraduate days.
www.cla.auburn.edu   (340 words)

 Southeast Division Schedule
Note: Due to Hurricane Jeanne, the University of Florida teams departed the competition on Saturday night.
University of Florida "A" Note: Due to pool constraints, rest time is less than normal.
Because the teams did not have regular season match-up, the tiebreaker is goal differential against all higher seeded common opponents.
www.collegiatewaterpolo.org /html/schdse04m.htm   (206 words)

 Graduate Programs at Auburn University
First offered in 1998 Auburn University's Executive MBA has been designed for one purpose: to create a learning situation that enables you, as an experienced professional, to reap the greatest educational value.
Auburn University is Alabama's land-grant institution and the largest university in the state, with approximately 22,000 students, including 3000 graduate students.
The goals of the Department of Psychology for graduate education at Auburn University are to prepare students at the doctoral level for careers in teaching, research, and applied behavioral science.
schools.gradschools.com /graduate-schools/Auburn-University.html   (1889 words)

 Auburn University Hotel, Auburn, Alabama
Auburn University Hotel is the only full-service hotel in the Auburn Opelika area.
Each room at the Auburn University Hotel offers a coffee maker, hair dryer, iron, and ironing board.
Auburn University Hotel offers a deluxe quality restaurant serving three full meals a day, a lounge and fitness center outdoor pool.
www.point-travel.com /auburn-opelika/auburn-university-hotel.htm   (191 words)

 Auburn Adventist Academy
As a new school year begins, Auburn Adventist Academy is excited to welcome both new and familiar faces to AAA’s faculty.
Kevin Ramkissoon, a former AAA teacher (1999-2003) is returning to Auburn to teach American Literature and History.
Auburn Adventist Academy is excited about the upcoming 2006-2007 school year!
www.auburn.org   (130 words)

 auSoA: Architecture, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture & Planning   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The work of Auburn University School of Architecture’s internationally acclaimed Rural Studio will be featured in the exhibition “Rural Studio: Education of a Citizen Architect” opening Sept. 5 at AU’s Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art.
The Rural Studio was established in the fall of 1993 by two Auburn University architecture professors, Dennis K. Ruth and the late Samuel Mockbee, as a way to improve living conditions in rural Alabama and to provide hands-on experience for students.
David Wilson has changed this at Auburn and has provided leadership nationally to help open up the university so that the faculty and students can participate in where they are and also learn from where they are.
www.arch.auburn.edu   (2004 words)

 The Hotel at Auburn University
Enjoy the convenience and luxury of accommodations adjacent to campus for visits with family members and Auburn athletic events as well as conferences, meetings, seminars or special gala events.
The Hotel is proud to announce the partnership with the Auburn University Golf Club.
The Hotel at Auburn University along with the College of Human Sciences has developed a progressive teaching program at the hotel for future hospitality professionals attending the Auburn University Hotel Restaurant Management and Tourism program.
www.auhcc.com   (181 words)

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