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Innovation

…in the classroom

Our students are proud to be lifelong learners, and learning doesn't stop at the end of the lecture. We prepare educators, counselors, and health professionals. Learn more about how we teach.

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Innovation
Aspiration

Aspiration

…online

Not everyone can study with us in person — so we go to them. In fact, our Distance Learning options are among the best online graduate programs in the country (U.S. News & World Report, 2015).

Exploration

…in the clinic/lab

We conduct research in a variety of fields. From reading education, to cardiac health, to innovative approaches to ESL, research is essential to what we do.

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Exploration
Collaboration

Collaboration

…when we work together

Teaching isn't a one-way street. Our students and professors work with different constituencies across the campus and around the world. Learn more about our collaborative opportunities.

Inspiration

…in the community

Reaching out to our neighbors is a big part of who we are at Auburn. From helping our soldiers to supporting local school systems, we work to build communities. Learn more about our teamwork.

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Exploration
Realization

Realization

…on the job

Over 30,000 alumni have gone on to great heights in education, health professions, philanthropy, research, leadership, and private industry. Learn more about connecting with your fellow alumni.

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This is Auburn.

This is Auburn.

Bryan Stevenson’s book, Just Mercy, is Auburn University’s 2016-17 Common Book.

August 26, 2016

Just Mercy is Bryan Stevenson’s true story of his experiences as an attorney seeking justice for those whose voices have been historically silenced; he speaks on behalf of and allows these men and women to tell their own stories – death row inmates, children sentenced as adults, minorities accused of crimes due to racial discrimination, […]

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Auburn student receives $10,000 STEM teaching award from White House

August 23, 2016

Bridget Lester, an Educational Leadership Program doctoral student in the College of Education’s Department of Educational Foundations, Leadership and Technology, recently learned that she will receive the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. The prize is awarded to outstanding K-12 science and mathematics teachers from across the country. The winners are selected […]

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