Monthly archives: June, 2019

The Award Goes to…

The State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducted eight individuals, including three Auburn alumni and one long-time donor, and honored a project during a ceremony at the Renaissance Birmingham Ross Bridge. This year’s inductees include Dorothy Davidson, CEO of Davidson Technologies, benefactor of the Broun Hall Davidson Pavilion and widow of Julian Davidson, ’50…



Jeff Stone and Ashley Robinett.

Lifetime of Service

The Auburn Alumni Association recognized five recipients with its highest honors March 2.



Frank Cilluffo poses on the campus of Auburn University.

5 Minutes with Frank Cilluffo

Frank Cilluffo has helped position Auburn as the new national leader in cyber research.



Dynamic Diversity

Learn more about the inclusion-focused initiatives making a difference in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.



Leading the Way

Auburn Engineering has taken the lead on the forefront of many areas, including transportation, structural engineering and cybersecurity.



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College of Engineering launches podcast

The Auburn University Samuel Ginn College of Engineering’s Office of Communications and Marketing has launched its first-ever podcast.



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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.



NASA awards $5.2 million contract

In April, NASA awarded a $5.2 million contract to NCAME to develop additive manufacturing processes for improving liquid rocket engines.



Jim Killian poses on the campus of Auburn University.

My Back Pages

So, this is something a little different for me — a goodbye note that’s more than a few words long.



On the Attack

Auburn University and the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering are taking the lead as an institution on the forefront of cybersecurity research and professional preparedness in the industry.