Category: Be The Creed

BE THE CREED: BRITTANY RANSOM

I believe in the human touch, which cultivates sympathy with my fellow men and mutual helpfulness and brings happiness for all.   Brittany Ransom considered Georgia Tech. She considered Vanderbilt. She chose Auburn because someone went the extra mile. She’d come from Huntsville for an informal visit. She was wandering around Shelby Center. She heard…



BE THE CREED: KAI CHANG

Long before he was a professor, Kai Chang remembers his own days sitting in a college classroom, listening to a convoluted lecture in a logic circuits class. He recalls thinking, “Maybe I could do a better job explaining this.”



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.



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: Dremere Woods

Dremere Woods wouldn’t have made it to Auburn without “work, hard work.”



Be the Creed: Sushil Adhikari

Sushil Adhikari, Alumni Professor of biosystems engineering, is from Nepal. He’s proud of Nepal. He misses it. But in terms of providing an environment that could fuel his passion, there’s just no comparison to his home for the past 12 years. Because fuel is his passion, and when it comes to the kind Adhikari is interested in, Alabama’s needle is on full.



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.”



Be the Creed: John Watson

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



Be the Creed: Jeffery Turnipseed

I believe in education, which gives me the knowledge to work wisely and trains my mind and my hands to work skillfully.



Be the Creed: Lauren Beckingham

I believe that this is a practical world and that I can count only on what I earn. Therefore, I believe in work, hard work.