Auburn Engineering up to 12th in U.S. News online program rankings

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Auburn Engineering up to 12th in U.S. News online program rankings

Auburn University’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering continues its ascent as one of the nation’s premier engineering institutions.



It’s My Job

“At Morgan Stanley, I work in the Mobile Engineering team and also lead several projects.”



From left: Renee Borg, executive director of the Alabama Technology Foundation, Pavani Ankireddy and Hari Narayanan, chair of the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering.

Topping tech

Pavani Ankireddy, a master’s student in computer science and software engineering, was recently announced as one of three winners of the Alabama Technology Foundation Scholarship.



Mina Narayanan poses on the campus of Auburn University.

Gates Cambridge Scholarship finalist

An Auburn University senior and a recent graduate were named finalists for the prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship.



Auburn Hacks tiger logo.

Major League hackers

More than 200 students from around the country convened at Auburn University in February to take part in AuburnHacks, the university’s first student-led technology competition.



Nirmit Patel poses on the campus of Auburn University.

Digital bounty hunter

Nirmit Patel won’t call himself a bounty hunter. That’s too cheesy, he said. But he will accept his role in helping make Facebook safer – through bounty hunting, of course.



Jason Cuneo poses on the campus of Auburn University.

New technological leader

Jason Cuneo, a Huntsville-based cybersecurity specialist, has joined Auburn University’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering as chief technologist of the Auburn Cyber Research Center.



Emmanuel Winful poses inside the Gavin Engineering Research Lab.

A culture of safety

Growing up in a mining town in the West African nation of Ghana, Emmanuel Winful would often hear of miners returning from their pursuit of precious metals with injuries and even unexplained illnesses.



Dynamic Diversity: Closing the Gap

Jakita Thomas’ passion for research on diversity in computing is rooted in her own experiences in the field.



Hester named state’s Outstanding Co-op Student

Daylon Hester, ’18 electrical and computer engineering, was selected the state of Alabama’s Outstanding Co-op Student of the Year. This is the ninth consecutive year an Auburn Engineering student has won the statewide award. The award was presented by the Alabama Association of Colleges and Employers at its annual conference in Huntsville. Hester completed three…