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Proposal among 2023 JGI Community Science Program awardees

A proposal from Auburn University is one of 19 selected for the 2023 Community Science Program call of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Joint Genome Institute (JGI), a DOE Office of Science User Facility located at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley...

Soil Judging Team wins Southeastern Region Contest

The Auburn University Soil Judging Team recently took home a big win. Oct.17-20, the team traveled to Clemson, South Carolina, to compete in the annual Southeastern Region Collegiate Soil Judging Contest, hosted by Clemson University. Joey Shaw, former professor in...

Fisheries lab joins U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on $5 million project

The Southeastern Cooperative Fish Parasite and Disease Laboratory — a multistate fish disease diagnostics laboratory that is part of the College of Agriculture’s School of Fisheries, Aquaculture, and Aquatic Sciences — has recently joined with the U.S. Fish and...
Student named to national FFA officer team

Student named to national FFA officer team

A student in the Auburn University College of Agriculture who was a 2019-2020 Alabama state Future Farmers of America officer was selected as a member of the Nominating Committee for the 2022-2023 National Future Farmers of America officer team. Ka’Shiya McKinney is a...

Alumni return for student-for-a-day experience

Alumni return for student-for-a-day experience

By Vanna Dupree For the first time, the College of Agriculture at Auburn University invited alumni to return to campus to experience a day in the life of an Auburn agriculture student once again. The Student-for-a-Day Alumni Experience invited guests to attend a...

Roof on the Rane

Roof on the Rane

The College of Agriculture at Auburn University proudly presents "Roof on the Rane" as part of its series of mini documentaries. Join us atop the roof of Auburn's latest and greatest building. The Tony and Libba Rane Culinary Science Center is a world-class...

Overcoming barriers to aquaponics in food deserts

Overcoming barriers to aquaponics in food deserts

It looks like a natural fit: a sustainable system that produces fresh vegetables and fish located in food deserts with marginalized populations. And, while there has been an explosion in the interest surrounding such an arrangement, there are significant technological...

Wenying Li presented prestigious article award

Wenying Li presented prestigious article award

Wenying Li, an assistant professor in the Auburn University College of Agriculture’s Department of Agricultural Economics & Rural Sociology, has received the 2021 American Journal of Agricultural Economics (AJAE) Outstanding Article Award for his work,...

Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station announces new structure

Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station announces new structure

The Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station (AAES) at Auburn University has announced a new regional structure of its outlying units and operations. “The new regional organization structure is intended to focus more station-based personnel on research operations,”...

Conference to feature Southeast’s brightest agricultural minds

Conference to feature Southeast’s brightest agricultural minds

The College of Agriculture at Auburn University and its fellow land-grand universities throughout the Southeast are jointly hosting a conference next month to address the potential of artificial intelligence, robotics and automation in agriculture. Titled “Envisioning...

College, alumni club host 42nd annual Ag Roundup

College, alumni club host 42nd annual Ag Roundup

The annual Ag Roundup, hosted by the Auburn Agricultural Alumni Club and the College of Agriculture at Auburn University, will return to campus on Saturday, Sept. 25, offering a special opportunity for agriculture alumni and friends to gather for a day of hospitality....