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Sustainable, Functional Nanocomposites for Energy Applications

Functional nanocomposites are composed with different combinations from a large selection of nanomaterials, such as nanocarbons, metal oxides/chalcogenides, carbides, phosphides, polymers, etc., which possess superior mechanical, thermal and electrical properties, leading to broad applications in smart structures, chemical sensors, energy storage and nano-electronic devices. However, the high cost and difficulty…
January 12, 2024

Climate Extremes in the News Media

Who: Multidisciplinary class of graduate and undergraduate students in the Sociology of Natural Resources and Environment (RSOC 5650/6650) What: 14th Annual Symposium using the RBD Vision Port. The projects examine the portrayal of climate extremes in the news media When: Thursday, April 28th, 2:00-3:00PM Where: RBD Library Vision Port (1st…
March 25, 2022

Boshell Research Day

Auburn University’s 13th annual Boshell Research Day, scheduled for Sept. 17 at the Marriott Resort at Grand National in Opelika, Alabama, will bring together experts from around the U.S. to discuss current topics related to diabetes and the role of obesity in its development. This year’s program will feature addresses…
September 12, 2021

Geography Awareness Fair

The Department of Geosciences invites you to join them to: Learn about the Geography major, minor, and Geography certificates Meet with Geography faculty and advisors Learn about instruments used in their research Discover growing career field opportunities Check out the flier for the Geography Awareness Fair!
September 2, 2021

Stay in touch with the Academic Sustainability Program

By Sarah Hamilton. The Academic Sustainability Program has had a busy year. We’ve added dozens of courses to the redesigned minor in Sustainability Studies, toward which a record-shattering 128 students are currently working. Students in the Capstone course this spring produced outstanding student work that drew on their expertise in…
April 29, 2021
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Auburn Research: Faculty Symposium

This year’s “Auburn Research: Faculty Symposium” will be held virtually to recognize the research and creative scholarship of Auburn and Auburn Montgomery faculty. The day will kick off with a welcome by Jim Weyhenmeyer, Auburn vice president for research and economic development, followed by prerecorded, moderated Auburn Talks. The talks…
January 19, 2021
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Alabama Water Resources Conference

Post contributed by Auburn University Water Resources Center Careers and research focused on water are vast. Whether you are interested in biology, engineering, or policy, there is a way to use your knowledge and skills to address water related issues. At Auburn University alone, there are nearly 20 different majors,…
September 28, 2017
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Sustainability Research Almost Doubles in 3 Years

Post contributed by Dr. Nanette Chadwick, Director of Academic Sustainability Programs, Office of the Provost. School of Fisheries conducts research on aquaculture. Every 3 years, Academic Sustainability Programs creates an inventory of all sustainability-related teaching and research on campus, as part of a national assessment program. Together with the Office…
November 23, 2015