WAR & PEACE
Nuclear energy has the power to improve lives—or end life as we know it. John Oakberg ’69 and his colleagues in the International Atomic Energy Agency helped put the teeth into the safeguards to determine how and when it should be used, and won the 2005 Nobel Prize in science for their work. He’ll be the first to say their job is far from over. Also in this issue: The Bear Facts and Have Hensons, Will Travel.
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Following months of discussion with members of the Auburn Family, the University is pleased to share the results of its most comprehensive Climate Study on Inclusion, Equity and Diversity.
Create a tangible legacy for someone graduating this spring. Purchase a paver today! Proceeds benefit student scholarships.
2016 Recommended Candidates
The board of directors’ nominating committee has submitted its list of candidates for two new officers and four new directors. Read more here.
For a minimum gift of $20.16 given to your chosen Auburn University designation, you have the opportunity to wear a special gold medallion at graduation. Give Now!
Auburn has seen many buildings, students, alumni, and fans come and go over the years. Take a trip back to the past with this photo gallery.
Game Watching Parties
Watch games with your local club and enjoy spending time with fellow alumni and friends. Find one near you at AuburnClubs.org.
Travel with the Tigers! 3 packages.
Travel with alumni and friends. Auburn vs. Kansas State, Auburn vs. Ole Miss and/or Auburn vs. Georgia. Book NOW!
Exclusive Member Tailgates
Get your own personal tailgate on the Wallace Center lawn without the worries of setting up or taking down a tent.
The Auburn Alumni Association serves over 43,000 members (friends and alumni) and provides programming for more than 200,000 alumni and friends world-wide. We're always looking for undergraduate and graduate students to join the team and help us build programs for all our alumni.