Articles by: Austin Phillips

The Auburn President

The Auburn President

Former Dean Chris Roberts was selected as Auburn University’s 21st president in February, and he assumed the role in May.

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Be the Creed: Tammy Walker

Be the Creed: Tammy Walker

On the first day of Tammy Walker’s first job when she was 16 years old, something happened that sticks with her to this day.

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Be the Creed: Brad Christopher

Be the Creed: Brad Christopher

Brad Christopher knows what it’s like to have to work your way up.

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Lifetime of Service

Lifetime of Service

Lifetime Achievement Award recipients for 2022 from the College of Engineering included Maj. Jim Hoskins, ’81 electrical engineering, and Bill McNair, ’68 electrical engineering.

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The 2021 Auburn Alumni Engineering Council award winners included T.J. Pruitt, Outstanding Young Auburn Engineer; Ryan Hill, Outstanding Young Auburn Engineer; Brad Corson, Distinguished Auburn
Engineer; Gerald Pouncey, Distinguished Auburn Engineer; Regenia Sanders, Distinguished Auburn Engineer; Carol Godfrey, Distinguished Auburn Engineer; Zeke Smith, Distinguished Auburn Engineer;
Bob Karcher, Superior Service; and Ed Lewis, Distinguished Auburn Engineer. (Not pictured: Rose-Gaëlle Belinga, Outstanding Young Auburn Engineer.)

Distinguished Engineers

Nine outstanding alumni and one longtime employee of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering were honored during a ceremony in September by the Auburn Alumni Engineering Council for their distinguished professional careers. These alumni include six who were recognized as Distinguished Auburn Engineers, three as Outstanding Young Auburn Engineers and the college’s former assistant dean of student services for his Superior Service.

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Three Auburn Engineering graduates were selected to receive the highest honor given by the Auburn Alumni Association at Auburn’s 2021 Lifetime Achievement Awards ceremony in June: Raymond
Loyd, ’61 mechanical engineering; Brooks Moore, ’48 electrical engineering; and William Reed, ’70 aviation management.

Lifetime of Service

Lifetime Achievement Award recipients for 2021 were the late Raymond Elliott Loyd, ’61 mechanical engineering, Fletcher Brooks Moore, ’48 electrical engineering, William Allen Reed, ’70 aviation management and Cecil Stanford “Stan” Harrell, ’58 pharmaceutical science. The Young Alumni Award recipient was John Dykes, ’05 microbiology.

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The State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducted nine individuals to the Class of 2021, including four from Auburn University. From left, the Auburn inductees include Jim Cooper, ’81 civil
engineering and founder of Cooper Construction; Cindy Green, ’79 chemical engineering and retired chief sales and marketing officer for DuPont; Beverly Banister, ’83 chemical engineering and retired
deputy regional administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency’s Region 4; and John Thomas, ’60 mechanical engineering and consultant for Lee & Associates.

The Award Goes To…

The State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducted nine individuals, including four Auburn University alumni, during a ceremony in August at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center.

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BE THE CREED: KATIE HARDY

BE THE CREED: KATIE HARDY

When the college opened the doors to the Brown-Kopel Center in August 2019, there was one person who was able to step up and take on the responsibility of managing the 94,000-square-foot student support facility: Katie Hardy.

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The Award Goes To…

The Award Goes To…

Eight outstanding alumni and one longtime employee of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering were honored during a virtual ceremony Friday, Sept. 25, by the Auburn Alumni Engineering Council for their distinguished professional careers.

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Be the Creed: Dwynell Piner

Be the Creed: Dwynell Piner

“We had to change up the way we did things, but it was all for the safety of our people.”

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