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Not everyone can study with us on campus — so we go to them. In fact, our graduate online programs are ranked in the top 25% in the country (U.S. News & World Report, 2019).

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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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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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Hastie honored with Exemplary Paper Award from the American Educational Research Association

February 21, 2020

Peter Hastie, Alumni Professor and the Wayne T. Smith Distinguished Professor in Auburn University’s School of Kinesiology, was recently awarded the 2019 Exemplary Paper Award from the American Educational Research Association. The award was in the association’s Special Interest Group category on Learning and Instruction in Physical Education. The paper, “Effects of situational constraints on […]

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  • School of Kinesiology

High sodium and cardiovascular health: Auburn Kinesiology researcher receives $764K to study the role of sodium as a contributor to health disparities in African Americans

February 18, 2020

Auburn University School of Kinesiology Assistant Professor Austin Robinson received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to study racial differences in sodium and blood pressure regulation. Robinson is researching why African Americans in particular are more likely to have diminished cardiovascular function after eating high amounts of dietary sodium. He will receive $764,093 […]

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  • Neurovascular Physiology Laboratory - Austin Robinson, Ph.D.

Kinesiology doctoral student selected for research program at UAB

February 10, 2020

Auburn University School of Kinesiology doctoral student Dulce Gomez has been named a trainee for the 2020-2021 Center for Clinical and Translational Science Predoctoral Clinical/Translational Research Program, or CCTS TL1, at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The immersive program provides 12 months of protected time for fellows to develop projects focused on reducing health […]

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