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Tim Ragland ('17) was elected Talladega's youngest and first African-American mayor in November 2019. The Department of Political Science and Public Administration will host a talk with Ragland, moderated by fellow AUM alum and WAKA-TV anchor Chris Searcy, Monday, Feb. 24 in Goodwyn 109.
As a destination of choice for military members, veterans, reservists and their dependents, AUM earned "silver" status on the 2020-2021 "Military Friendly Schools" list by VIQTORY. The distinction is the highest among the five Alabama four-year colleges and universities honored.
The new partnership creates scholarship opportunities and four-year degree pathways for transfer students from CVCC's Phenix City, Ala., campus. Chancellor Carl A. Stockton and CVCC President Jackie Screws finalized the agreement Tuesday, Jan. 28.
Chancellor Carl A. Stockton recently unveiled a new package of merit-based scholarships for high-achieving Alabama high school students.
For the third consecutive year, Auburn University at Montgomery (AUM) earned recognition from U.S. News & World Report in its annual assessment of the nation's top educational institutions and undergraduate programs.
Please join Counseling and Health Promotion Services as Nikhil Ghodke leads a mindful meditation session. Mindfulness meditation will take place on the first Wednesday of each month throughout the Spring semester. The sessions will last for 25–30 minutes.
The event, modeled after "Flash Talks" with presenters stationed around the event space, will provide students with quick tips and how-to information, as well as resources that will position them for success at AUM.
Professors will be coming to have casual conversation with students interested in learning about different topics of the professors choosing. Students will be able to engage in open and casual conversations on topics that they may not get to talk about with their professors in the classroom.
There will be a concert featuring Montgomery Brassworks, a quintet of professional brass players who play a variety of styles of music.
Get ready for another semester of exciting films in the Political Film Series, sponsored by the AUM College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences. All films will begin at 7 p.m. in Goodwyn Hall 109 with an introduction to the film subject by an AUM faculty member. Audience discussion follows the screening. The events are all free and open to the public; complimentary popcorn and soda is served.
The Office of Global Initiatives will be taking 30 students to tour the Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Plant. Please register online by Monday, Mar. 9. The bus will leave by 1:30 p.m. in front of Taylor Center.