The Auburn Alumni Association honored four graduates with Lifetime Achievement Awards and recognized another with the Young Alumni Achievement Award. The prestigous list includes Interior Design Advisory Member, Ben Chappell. Click here to read press release.
The Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project and the American Civil Liberties Union of Alabama are hosting an exhibition and auction of student works from 4-8 p.m. Wednesday, April 15, at The Sanctuary in downtown Montgomery. It is titled "Consider the Sentence: An Art Exhibition and Auction to benefit the Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project." Read full press release
from the Alabama Department of Human Resources to spearhead the delivery of high-quality, comprehensive services for the education of low-income families and their childcare providers.
CADS Associate Professor Karla Teel has been elected to the Board of Directors for the American Apparel and Footwear Association (AAFA) Education Foundation. Created in 1968, the AAFA Education Foundation has given more than 2,500 scholarships to the best and brightest students pursuing careers in the fashion industry. Teel, who has been at Auburn since 2005, will serve a two-year term.
in its newly released 2014 Sustainability Story for the university. Read more
Anne Kimzey interviews poet Kyes Stevens, director of the Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project. Click here to access full interview.
for helping state child care providers move toward accreditation. Read full press release
to the Board/Executive Committee of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists as Secretary for 2015-17.
The Department of Human Development and Family Studies will hold its Seventh Annual Internship and Professional Day on Tuesday, September 16th between 1:30 and 4:30 p.m. at the AU Alumni Center on College Street. Undergraduates will have an opportunity to talk with over 50 agencies and programs to learn about internship, service learning, volunteer and other professional development opportunities as well as future career directions. Check the list of programs attending here. All CHS majors and students enrolled in CHS classes are welcome to attend. Dress is business casual. Contact Dr. Jamie Sailors for more information.
Thanks to a national grant, inmates across Alabama will continue to sketch, take photos and have their artwork published through the Alabama Prison Arts + Education project. Full story here
Nutrition, Dietetics, & Hospitality Management Department Head, who was recently sworn in as the 2014-15 President of ICHRIE. The International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (ICHRIE) is the global advocate of hospitality and tourism education for schools, colleges, and universities offering programs in hotel and restaurant management, foodservice management and culinary arts.
Through a partnership with the End Child Hunger in Alabama (ECHA) campaign, spearheaded by Auburn's Hunger Solutions Institute which is led by the College of Human Sciences, Auburn Athletics is embracing hunger as its priority initiative. Watch video about the partnership. Read full press release.
in the region and country in 2014, according to a website devoted to researching CollegeOfHumanSciences for students seeking information about programs and careers. Full press release
in a peer reviewed article entitled Changes in Fruit and Vegetable Consumption of Third-Grade Students in Body Quest: Food of the Warrior, a 17-Class Childhood Obesity Prevention Program by Nutrition faculty Barb Struempler, Sondra Parmer, Lisa Mastropietro, et al. The full article can be found at http://www.jneb.org/article/S1499-4046(14)00096-7/fulltext
for being selected as the 2014 winner of the Creative Research and Scholarship Award for the Arts, Humanities, and Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Margaret Keiley, a professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies in the College of Human Sciences, was recently named a co-winner of the "Best Article of the Year" Award for an article published in the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. The award is designed to honor work each year that moves the field of family therapy forward through its quality, meaningfulness and promise. Keiley's article, "Dyadic Research in Marriage and Family Therapy: Methodological Considerations," was co-authored by Andrea Wittenborn and Megan Dolbin-MacNab from Virginia Tech University, two of Keiley's doctoral students at Purdue University. Keiley worked at Purdue before coming to Auburn in 2004. Read full story
from the University of Arkansas to Auburn University, as collaboration among the College of Business, College of Engineering, and the College of Human Sciences. Read press release
Katie Lackey, College of Human Sciences Academic Advisor, has been selected to receive the prestigious 2014 National Academic Advising Association Region 4: Excellence in Advising - Primary Role Award. Katie will receive the award during the during the region conference in Savannah, Georgia at the Region Luncheon planned for Wednesday, April 2, 2014. Katie has also been awarded the Auburn University Outstanding Advising Award - Advisor Category announced in November 2013 and most recently featured by the Auburn University College of Business Alumni Spotlight!
a senior in INDS, who was honored last week with the Auburn University 2014 Outstanding ePortfolio Award for Visual Literacy SLO (Student Learning Outcome). See his work at www.johnamdoyle.com/
a senior in Apparel Design, winner of the Emerging Designers Competition at Birmingham Fashion Week
Benjamin Burke (Human Development and Family Studies)- SGA Oustanding Student; Dr. David Martin (Hotel and Restaurant Management) - SGA Outstanding Faculty Member. Ben and Dr. Martin were formally presented with their awards at the SGA Honors Ceremony on Tuesday, April 15th.
Beth McDaniel - Outstanding Master's Student; Jake Jensen - Outstanding Doctoral Student & President's Award recipient; and Alyssa McElwain - 1 of only 4 recipients of the prestigious Merriwether Fellowship. For more details and to view the full list, visit http://grad.auburn.edu/news/2014/merriwether-ogs.html.
for the Department of Consumer and Design Sciences. Public invited to his presentation at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 21 in Ballroom A of the Auburn University Hotel and Conference Center. Read full press release here.
Associate dean for research and graduate studies in the College of Human Sciences Jennifer Kerpelman has been named a Fellow by the National Council on Family Relations, the professional association for the multidisciplinary understanding of families. Fellows are selected on the basis of outstanding contributions to family science in the areas of scholarship, teaching, outreach, practice and professional service. Kerpelman, also a professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, is researching links between family processes and adolescent development, particularly during high school and through the transition from high school to college or work.
The Undergraduate Forum will be held as part of Research Week 2014, April 14-17 at the Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center and serves as an excellent venue for students to present the results of their research to the broader academic community. Undergraduates from all disciplines are invited to present their current work, showcasing the diversity of topics and research interests at Auburn University. Details on registration and abstract submission can be found at http://ocm.auburn.edu/research_week/. Abstract deadline is February 21, 2014. Registration is free.
on the inaugural season of Prison Poetry Workshop. Visit the Public Radio Exchange website at http://www.prx.org/pieces/109808-ppw-alabama-black-birds-singing#description for more information and to stream sessions.
The CDF training and certification that Dr. Centrallo has received gives her access to a vast array of career development resources and experts to be used in her extension programming.
The full ranking by FashionPlaytes, a fashion, style and social destination for tween girls, can be found at about.fashionplaytes.com/32-influential-fashion-schools.
His seminar titled "Sequestosome 1 /p62 in Insulin Signaling" will be presented on January 29. For more details visit http://www.uab.edu/medicine/cdib/.
HDFS Ph.D. candidate Hans Saint-Eloi Cadely received the Outstanding Individual Award for Oral Presentation in the Social Sciences at Research Week 2014.
"Sabinsa on Wheels" at Los Angeles, CA on Sep.19, 2013. Dr. Mathews's talk was entitled "Unraveling mechanisms mediating curcumin's anti-diabetic properties." Details of the event can be found here: http://www.sabinsaonwheels.com/.
Sabinsa is a leading manufacturer and supplier of herbal extracts, cosmeceuticals, minerals and specialty fine chemicals. Sabinsa's mission is to provide alternative and complementary natural products for human nutrition and well-being.
Rains helped found the Auburn University ONE Campaign student chapter in 2012 which is not even a certified Auburn Club yet, but making a big splash nationally . Read more at one.org.
Ali Zaremba Morgan was selected as one of the Outstanding Doctoral Students at Auburn University; Hans Saint Eloi Cadely was selected to be one of the Meriwether Fellows for the coming year; and Chris Datubo-Brown was awarded a President's Graduate Opportunity Program Award through the Office of Diversity.
Sabey took first place in the Social Sciences category, and Jensen won third place in the Humanities categroy. Both students are mentored by Dr. Amy Rauer.
When Ariccia, the town, comes to Ariccia, the restaurant! Chef Amedeo Paoloni from Osterio del Gusto in Ariccia, Italy will be creating a special 3-course menu that includes his signature dish, saccottini (aka pear pasta), in Ariccia, the restaurant of The Hotel at Auburn University. Cinzia Bracalente, the Program Facilitator, will also be there to greet friends and reminisce with the many alumni of the program. On the evening of Thursday, October 17, Chef Amedeo will be preparing a special 5-course dinner with limited seating.
Reservations can be made for any of the four nights beginning Monday, September 30 by calling (334) 821-8200 or at www.auhcc.com.
ARICCIA in ARICCIA is sponsored by The Hotel at Auburn University, the Joseph S. Bruno Foundation, and the College of Human Sciences.
Dr. Zizza presented on September 25th and her presentation was titled Healthy Snacking Recommendations: One Size Does Not Fit All. Click here to read more.
This lecture, entitled "Travel as a Political Act," is sponsored by the College of Human Sciences, the Office of International Programs, the University Lectures Committee, and Auburn Connects. Mark your calendar for 4 pm at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center auditorium. Additional information coming soon.
September 17 between 1:30 and 4:30 p.m. at the Auburn University Alumni Center on College Street. At the event, undergraduate students will have the opportunity to meet and talk with close to 50 agencies and programs to learn about internship, service learning, volunteer and other professional development opportunities as well as future career directions. Dress is business casual. All Human Sciences majors and students enrolled in CHS classes are welcome to attend. Contact Dr. Jamie Sailors (email@example.com) for more information. Click here for a list of organizations and programs attending.
Greene is one of 11 grant recipients. His project is titled "Orthotopic Models of Human Colon Cancer." Read the full story.
The site Fashion-Schools.org looked at 200 schools around the country for its overview of fashion design programs. Read the full story.
The 2013 edition of America's Best Architecture & Design Schools from DesignIntelligence includes rankings of the best undergraduate and graduate programs from 392 professional practice organizations in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and industrial design that hire graduates of design programs. Read the full story.
Congratulations to Dr. Ramesh Jeganathan, recipient of the 2013 Outstanding Faculty Member Award for the College of Human Sciences. Congratulations also to Ms. Allison Mangone (HDFS), recipient of the 2013 Outstanding Student Award for the College of Human Sciences. The awards were presented recently during the annual Honors Ceremony sponsored by the Student Government Association.
Kristin Wallace (Nutrition/Dietetics) received the 2013 President's Award for the College of Human Sciences. The President's Award is for the outstanding graduating student in each college, so just 13 students receive the award each year. Wallace is a senior who graduated this May in Nutrition/Dietetics. The award recognizes one graduating student in each school or college who has completed at least three semesters at Auburn with a minimum grade point average of 3.4 and who possesses outstanding qualities of leadership, citizenship, character and professional ability. The award was presented recently during the President's Awards Luncheon.
CHS Academic advisor Katie Lackey was selected as the Employee of the Year in the Administrative/Professional category (one of only four Employee of the Year categories). She was selected from the group of Spirit of Excellence Award recipients chosen over the past year. Each of the four Employee of the Year recipients received a $3,000 monetary award. The award was presented at the 2013 Employee Recognition Program held on May 8 at the Auburn University Hotel and Dixon Conference Center.
Robb Bubb, Statistics Lecturer in CHS, who will receive the 2013 Wilbert J. McKeachie Teaching Excellence Award given by the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (Division 2 of the American Psychological Association). The award will be presented at the 2013 APA Convention in Honolulu, Hawaii, in August.
Ending Child Hunger in Alabama, a new statewide campaign to reduce food insecurity among Alabama's school children, is the first outreach initiative for the Hunger Solutions Institute at Auburn University.
The Hunger Solutions Institute was established in 2012 by the College of Human Sciences and the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station to assist Auburn in its efforts to end hunger at home and abroad.
June Henton, dean of the College of Human Sciences and executive director of the Hunger Solutions Institute, Alabama Lt. Gov. Kay Ivey and other state leaders officially kicked off the campaign April 29 from Wares Ferry Road Elementary School in Montgomery. Read the full story.
Auburn President Jay Gogue awarded the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award to Harriet Giles, director of external relations in the College of Human Sciences and managing director of the Auburn University Hunger Solutions Institute.
The national honor has been presented at Auburn since 1951 as a reminder of the noblest human qualities exemplified by Algernon Sydney Sullivan, a prominent humanitarian and first president of the New York Southern Society, now the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation. Each year, Auburn bestows the honor on one male and one female student from the graduating class and one non-student.
Giles is co-founder, along with College of Human Sciences Dean June Henton, of Universities Fighting World Hunger, an international coalition of higher education institutions committed to a grassroots platform and an academic agenda to eradicate hunger. Prior to assuming her current administrative positions within the college and the institute, Giles was a faculty member in the Auburn University Department of Human Development for 18 years. Two students also received the award -- seniors Evan Lutomski and Emily Scammell. Read the full story.
In recent weeks, Allen Sabey was selected as one of the Outstanding Master's Students at Auburn University for 2012; Ali Zaremba Morgan was selected as one of the Outstanding Doctoral Students at Auburn University; Hans Saint Eloi Cadely was selected to be one of the Meriwether Fellows for the coming year; and Chris Datubo-Brown was awarded a President's Graduate Opportunity Program Award through the Office of Diversity.
Katy Daniels, a December 2012 graduate of Apparel Merchandising, Design and Production program in the Department of Consumer and Design Sciences, won the undergraduate level Educators for Socially Responsible Apparel Business (or ESRAB) Award for Sustainable Design at the annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association in Hawaii in November. ESRAB is a collaborative learning community where members share knowledge, applications, and experiences, build awareness, and foster campus and community engagement that furthers social responsibility and sustainability in the apparel industry. Winners are chosen from accepted design entries (mounted and live gallery) at the international conference. The acceptance rate across professional, graduate and undergraduate categories for this year's show was 37% and CADS had 4 of its 8 entries accepted. Daniels was inspired by the resourceful nesting techniques of birds. "I strived to follow the unspoken laws of nature in which moderation, resourcefulness, and the use of non-toxic materials that create a sustainable cycle. A variety of recycled materials was used to create a design based on the structure of a bird cage. And it was certainly a challenge to mimic the practicality of nature," she said. Daniels, a native of Cartersville, Ga., is currently employed as a technical designer for Soffe, Inc., a brand of Delta Apparel, in Fayetteville, N.C. She was advised by Pamela Ulrich and Helen Koo.
Three Auburn University students in the Apparel Merchandising, Design and Production program in the College of Human Sciences were named YMA Fashion Scholars, earning $5,000 competitive scholarships from the YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund. Sara Gardner and Hannah Blevins, both seniors in apparel merchandising, and Kelsey Reynolds, a senior in apparel design, were selected along with 122 other fashion students from 38 colleges and universities across the country as YMA Fashion Scholars. All recipients were recognized recently at the annual YMA FSF Geoffrey Beene National Scholarship Awards Dinner at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City. Read the full story.
Auburn University senior Devin Yeomans has been awarded an honorable mention for The President William Jefferson Clinton Hunger Leadership Award. Yeomans is a native of Montgomery majoring in nutrition and dietetics in the College of Human Sciences with a minor in hunger studies. Read the full story. (Also: read a story on Yeomans in the Montgomery Advertiser.)
For its annual survey, "America's Best Architecture and Design Schools 2013," DesignIntelligence magazine has once again ranked Auburn University's undergraduate interior design program in the College of Human Sciences among the top five in the nation. For more information, read the release.
Kim and Tim Hudson recently made a $100,000 gift to the Cary Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies at Auburn University to start a leadership philanthropic and volunteer program. The gift from the Auburn alumni will establish the Kim and Tim Hudson Fund for Excellence, which will be used to support the new Volunteers in Philanthropy, or VIP, program. The Cary Center's programs include the Women's Philanthropy Board; Camp iCare, which educates young people, ages 6-12, about money smarts and philanthropic responsibility; and Real Cents Real Change, a program for teens, ages 13-18, that teaches financial awareness and philanthropic actions. Read the full story.
The Hotel and Restaurant Program has officially been granted professional accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration. As primary strategic objective of the program's 2009-12 strategic plan, a team was assembled to complete the accreditation process and has worked tirelessly to make this a reality. The Auburn HRMT program is one of only 56 programs nationally that have achieved this status which reflects the level of commitment HRMT faculty have dedicated. The news comes as HRMT program prepares to host the 2012 Graduate Research Conference in Hospitality Education alongside celebration of the program's 25th anniversary.
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