Shaw, Pegues lead Team USA to world soil judging title
Auburn University soils professor Joey Shaw just led Team USA to a world championship at the International Soil Judging Contest in Godollo, Hungary. Auburn crop, soils and environmental sciences student Kristen Pegues was the highest scorer in the competition, making her the world’s No. 1 soil judge in 2015.
Living his dream
Brady Peek graduated from Auburn University at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 9. At 5 a.m. on Monday, May 11, he became a full-time farmer. The new agronomy and soils graduate's farming operation is in the Limestone County community of Elkmont, where he was born and raised, and encompasses 800 acres of leased farmland.
Detroit native finds life's work improving Alabama's food system
Agricultural economics and rural sociology associate professor Michelle Worosz is putting her passions to work to improve food quality and access in the state.
College of Agriculture, Cuba sign academic exchange treaty
The Auburn University College of Agriculture has entered a historic partnership with the Agrarian University of Havana and the Cuban National Center for Animal and Plant Health that paves the way for faculty and student exchange programs and collaborative research efforts between Auburn agriculture and the Cuban institutions.