Articles by: Jeremy Henderson

150 Years and Counting

150 Years and Counting

In 1872, Auburn got a new name. And a new purpose. The world hasn’t been the same since.

This year marks the 150th anniversary of Auburn’s reorganization under the Morrill Act from East Alabama Male College into the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Alabama, which established the Colleges of Agriculture and Engineering.

On a late Friday afternoon in September, in the shadow of the building where Auburn’s cornerstone instructional programs were born, the year-long celebration began.

by × December 15, 2022 ×
The Pipeline

The Pipeline

It was late September 2020. They’d ordered 300 coloring books, just in case.

It would probably be too many — they were hoping it might get 100 people to register — but Sydney Riley, outreach administrator for the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering’s Office of Recruitment, K-12 Outreach and Scholarships since 2017, figured she could take the leftovers to local classrooms now that schools were returning to in-person attendance. Teachers would probably like that. 

by × December 15, 2022 ×
Gary Bikes Bama

Gary Bikes Bama

Former Auburn basketball player and engineering alumnus Gary Godfrey apparently didn’t get the memo. 

by × May 13, 2022 ×
Mr. Twister

Mr. Twister

Associate civil and environmental engineering professor David Roueche is using AI to save lives one crowd-sourced tornado video at a time.

by × May 13, 2022 ×
Big Things in Huntsville

Big Things in Huntsville

With the new Auburn University Research and Innovation Campus, Auburn Engineering is taking its relationship with the Rocket City to the next level.

by × May 13, 2022 ×
Be the Creed: Jaime Schussler

Be the Creed: Jaime Schussler

Stormwater management can be a dirty job. Jaime Schussler, doctoral student in civil and environmental engineering, feels like she was born to do it. “I grew up in West Virginia and my parents would always take us backpacking, no matter what the weather was,” Schussler said. “I’ve just always felt […]

by × December 17, 2021 ×
Convenient Convenience

Convenient Convenience

Mechanical engineering seniors Mit Patel and Daniel Mazur walked across the stage in December. They don’t have anything lined up. They haven’t received any offers. They’re not even in the job market.

They’re adding to it.

by × December 16, 2021 ×
The Game Changer

The Game Changer

Fall Saturdays have gotten complicated for Michael Zabala, founder and chairman of XO Armor.

by × December 16, 2021 ×
Meet The Makers

Meet The Makers

The big engineering school in Texas had a cool space. Just not cool enough for Ethan Peat.

by × December 16, 2021 ×
Happenings

Happenings

A snapshot of recent accomplishments both in and around the college.

by × May 19, 2021 ×