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Located in Alabama’s vibrant state capital, Auburn University at Montgomery is a fast-growing university on the rise. Don’t just take our word for it: The Princeton Review rates us as one of the best colleges in the Southeast, while U.S. News & World Report recently ranked us No. 22 among regional universities in the South for the quality of undergraduate teaching and 38th among all public institutions in the region.
More than 40 percent of our classes include fewer than 20 students and with a student-to-faculty ratio of 17:1, you’ll be actively engaged in the classroom and embraced as a member of a diverse and close-knit campus community.
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Josh M. Roberts, dean of student development at Lipscomb University, is "energized" to start as AUM's new dean of student affairs, diversity and inclusion Nov. 4. He will focus on ensuring students have a voice in university decisions and the resources they need to succeed at AUM.
A $2.16 million Title III Strengthening Institutions grant from the U.S. Department of Education was awarded to AUM to expand support for student success through peer mentoring, a new center for community engagement, and faculty development.
Auburn University at Montgomery postdoctoral researcher Brunno Oliveira and co-authors have found that more than one in five land-based species are traded globally as pets or products. Currently, more than 5,500 species are at risk of extinction due to the multi-billion dollar wildlife trade industry. That number could climb to nearly 9,000 without proactive policy interventions.
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.
AUM recently earned a three-year, $105,281 grant by the National Science Foundation to develop new computational methods and tools to prevent catastrophic power network failures such as those that occurred throughout the northeastern U.S. and parts of Canada in 2003.