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CLA Perspectives Magazine for May 2014

CLA Perspectives May 2014

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New SEC network provides valuable opportunities for students

Students will help provide content for the new SEC Network, thanks to a collaboration with the School of Communication and Journalism, Auburn Athletics, and ESPN.

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Wilcox awarded prestigious Truman Scholarship

Sam Wilcox, a College of Liberal Arts student majoring in history with a minor in economics, has been named a recipient of the Harry S. Truman Scholarship, one of the nation’s top academic awards bestowed to college juniors.

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Faculty Spotlight: CLA award winners

The College of Liberal Arts held its annual CLA Awards for faculty and staff on April 22, at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Arts. Our award winners were honored at the ceremony for their commitment to teaching, scholarship, advising, research, and assessment. 

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Re:Research Podcast with Dr. Sunny Stalter-Pace, English

In this episode of Re:Research, Sunny Stalter-Pace, an associate professor in the Department of English, talks about her new book,Underground Movements: Modern Culture on the New York City Subway. By analyzing a broad-range of texts written from its opening in 1904 through the mid-1960s, she illustrates the subway's central importance as a site of abstract connection, both between different parts of the city and between city dwellers who ride the train together.

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Alumni Spotlight: Maxey Andress, '83, Consultant and Artist-in-Residence

In this episode of My Auburn Story, Maxey Andress, a visual communications graduate from 1983, discusses the diversity of his education and how it enabled him to have successful careers in marketing, and as a painter. Andress is currently the artist-in-residence at the Promenade in Atlanta, Ga.

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CLA Year in Review

Take a look back at the College's exciting year through our vibrant "Year in Review." It features highlights from students, faculty, and alumni, and covers a wide-array of topics and news.  

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Ahmed receives Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award

Azeem Ahmed, a senior majoring in economics and pre-medicine with a minor in sustainability, was recognized with a Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award - Auburn University's highest honor for humanitarian service. 

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Student Spotlight: Nathan Lane, Anthropology and Economics

Nathan Lane is a double major in anthropology and economics. He is a Presidential (AU) and National Merit scholar, and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Lane graduates this May and has just been accepted to the University of Chicago master's program in social science. 

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