The untold story of Auburn Engineering’s pioneering role in the scientific breakthrough that changed the world.
How Auburn Engineering’s fight against Covid-19 inspired a new era of campus collaboration
America has an infrastructure problem.
Auburn now has a $22 million solution. It’s at the corner of West Samford Avenue and Shug Jordan Parkway, it’s nearly 42,000 square feet, and it’s spectacular.
This is what the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) has become for so many Black students in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.
It’s no surprise that many Auburn Engineering alumni played key roles in making the Commercial Crew Program a reality.
Auburn Engineering is on the forefront of securing our nation — and world.
The McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security is helping to thwart the nation’s biggest threats.
Two nationally recognized programs at Auburn University are prepare election officials for new challenges.
Auburn Engineering researchers are working toward unbreakable quantum encryption.