BE THE CREED: KATIE HARDY

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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.



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.



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.”



Securing Our Nation

Auburn Engineering is on the forefront of securing our nation — and world.



Securing Our Infrastructure

The McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security is helping to thwart the nation’s biggest threats.



From The Faculty: Simulating Urban Air Mobility

Several barriers must first be overcome before widespread adoption of Urban Air Mobility is a possibility.



It’s Here

The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering opened its doors and hosted a dedication ceremony in September to celebrate the $44 million Brown-Kopel Engineering Student Achievement Center.



Civil Engineering Advisory Board names two emeritus members

A pair of civil engineering alumni — Jeff Stone and Dale York — were recently honored with emeritus member status on the Civil Engineering Advisory Board.



Aerospace engineering doctoral candidate awarded Department of Defense fellowship

Alexander Davis, a doctoral candidate in aerospace engineering, was recently awarded a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship sponsored by the Department of Defense.



An Oasis for All

This rooftop garden — the largest in Alabama — covers 44,000 square feet of instructional spaces, including the wind tunnel laboratory.