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Museums as Spaces for Building Connections

By Randi Evans A shift has been taking place among museums in the United States since the racial reckoning of 2020 and the onset of Covid-19. The number of articles written between 2020 and the present chronicle the way museums – often considered stodgy, slow-moving institutions – have worked to…
August 30, 2023

World’s Fair

Join the International Student Organization for its 2022 World's Fair and immerse yourself in culture and traditions from around the world.
March 30, 2022

Spring into Science

Graduate Women Science (GWIS) at Auburn University is hosting Spring into Science next Monday, March 28. This is a free community event for children in 1st-5th grades to experience fun science and math demonstrations from graduate students across campus. Where: AMSTI-AU (1900 Cunningham Dr, Opelika, AL 36801) Day: Monday, March 28 Time: 5:30-6:30PM…
March 25, 2022
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GUTS (Getting Under The Surface) // STEM

The College of Sciences and Mathematics is pleased to announce that the STEM Outreach Center will be hosting a face-to-face edition of GUTS (Getting Under The Surface) for children in grades 1 – 5 and an accompanying parent.  This hands-on science program will feature creatures of the sea with Dr.…
November 10, 2020

Mitochondria: The Powerhouses of Life // Science Cafe

This event will be presented by Drs. Wendy Hood and Jeff Yap, Kyle Heine, Hailey Parry, Paulo Mesquita, Emma Rhodes, and LouAnn Crosby, who will be discussing "Mitochondria: the powerhouses of life." The talk will highlight how the small intracellular organelles', referred to as mitochondria, power the lives of animals and other organisms.…
October 19, 2020