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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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Aspiration

Aspiration

…online

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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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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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.

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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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.

COE professor pens poignant short story collection on Jewish history, culture

November 6, 2019

L’Chaim and Lamentations is the new short story collection by Craig Darch, Ph.D., Humana-Sherman-Germany Distinguished Professor of Special Education at Auburn University. Darch, who has taught at Auburn for the past 37 years, has long had a research interest in Jewish history and culture. His personal library of Jewish books contains more than 3,000 volumes. […]

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Why the MitoMobile matters: Q&A with Professors Bruce Gladden and Andreas Kavazis

November 4, 2019

Every high school biology student knows that the mitochondrion is “the powerhouse of the cell.” But what does that really mean? In scientific terms, the mitochondria (the plural form) perform cellular respiration. This means that the mitochondria break down the nutrients in the cell and turn those nutrients into energy. In other words, the food […]

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  • Research
  • School of Kinesiology

CSI invests $ 500,000 in endowed professorship, Kinesiology labs, food outreach

Compound Solutions, Inc. of Carlsbad, Calif. (CSI), has announced a $500,000 investment in Auburn University’s College of Education. CSI is an innovative company representing and distributing unique, patented nutraceutical ingredients that improve the health and performance of individuals. “CSI’s commitment to maximizing human potential is evident in both its business and philanthropy,” said Duante Stanton, […]

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  • Outreach & Research
  • Department of Educational Foundations, Leadership and Technology
  • School of Kinesiology
  • Molecular and Applied Sciences Lab (MASL) - Michael Roberts, Ph.D.
  • Opelika Grows

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