BE THE CREED: NORM TEW

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BE THE CREED: NORM TEW

Behind every great country exists a complex defense system to protect its people from foreign adversaries. Norm Tew, ’82 and ’84 electrical engineering, has served as the engineer behind many of the nation’s best defense systems.



Be the Creed: John Watson

John Watson, ’60 mechanical engineering, knew he wanted to attend Auburn from an early age.



Be the Creed: Rekha Menon-Varma

I believe in honesty and truthfulness, without which I cannot win the respect and confidence of my fellow men.



Dedicated Donors

In addition to the Browns’ gift, more than 50 other alumni have donated $17 million toward the project.



Development officer facilitates unprecedented number of gift commitments in a year

A member of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering development team, major gift officer David Mattox, ’05 marketing and ’08 MBA, worked with donors to help facilitate 43 committed proposals. The last time a development officer cultivated connections resulting in more than 40 gifts was in 2014 by Carole Ann Fowler, who served as a development officer for the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business at the time.