A majority of students at Auburn University are blessed to receive financial support from their parents. However, this is not the case for all students. Some have to completely support themselves from the day they leave home for college.
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Senior John Lewis from Mobile, AL has…Continue
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There are 147 million orphans in our world. Seven hundred new orphans a day and 2.6 million of them reside in Kenya, Africa. This statement was enough to compel Erin Rosenlund, 21, and Mollie Maner, 22, to rethink the typical post-graduate plans and have a hand in what could be the most groundbreaking work the Auburn alumni network has seen. The two and the team at Choose to Invest are trying to raise $24,000 to open up an orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya, where they’ve seen the most need for…Continue
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Kate Petrusnek is a senior at Auburn University majoring in special education.
“I knew I wanted to stay close to home and that I wanted to go to a bigger school. I was deciding between Ole Miss and Auburn, and it wasn’t until I attended the Auburn vs. LSU game in 2008 that everything clicked. I was in the stadium and just knew that I would be really happy at Auburn University.
Petrusnek came to Auburn knowing that she wanted to be an education…Continue
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On April 14, 2012, the Auburn University College of Agriculture hosted the 5th Annual Beef Excellence Education for You Program. More than 100 students, ages 6-18 years old, and their parents, teachers or extension agents visited the Stanley P. Wilson Beef Teaching Unit and the Lambert-Powell Meats Lab to learn about the beef industry and how beef cattle are processed for consumption.
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Elementary school teachers often times are not given ample credit for the hard work and dedication they have put into their careers, and Auburn’s elementary education program is testament to that.
Elementary education majors start out taking a variety of general studies courses at Auburn their freshman and sophomore years. After they are officially…Continue
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Welcome to Auburn University’s College of Education, where opportunities abound for those aspiring to build better futures for all as tomorrow’s teachers, administrators, health specialists, and human development professionals. With 23 undergraduate and 37 graduate degree options, our program can be a springboard to practically any career you can imagine.
The College of Education offers a wide range of majors to its students. In fall 2009, the college enrolled…Continue
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What is the largest part of the American economy? Is it the stock exchange, the automotive industry, or the computer companies? According to Auburn University’s Agriscience Education Department (Ag Ed), it is actually agriculture. Because agriculture is defined very broadly as anything that deals with the production, retail, or marketing of food or fiber, this encompasses about a fifth of the nation’s economy. With that in mind, it is much easier to see how crucial educating people about…Continue
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Auburn Early Education Center (AEEC) is a public Title I school that provides a kindergarten program for all eligible five-year-old children who live in Auburn, Alabama. Each year, several Early Childhood Education majors complete their internship at AEEC.
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Every year AEEC holds a Tric-Bike Race as a fundraiser. As a thank you…
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