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Warhawk Weekly 8-3: Register Your Vehicle; Housing Move-In

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Vehicle registration period opens for 2021-2022

With the start of the fall semester around the corner, make sure you’re in the know on how to register your vehicle.

Students, faculty and staff can now register their vehicles online through MyAUM/Webster. Your vehicle must be registered before picking up a parking decal with the AUM Police.

If you haven’t registered your vehicle online, you may bring your vehicle information (tag-license plate number, year, make, model, and color) with you so that AUM Police may register it during your visit.

Decal Registration and Pickup Information:

Below are the dates, times, and locations where students, faculty and staff may receive assistance with vehicle registration and pick up parking decals for the 2020-2021 academic year.

  • August 9 • 8 a.m.–6 p.m. • Taylor Center Room 222
  • August 11 • 8 a.m.–6 p.m. • Taylor Center 2nd floor lobby – near coffee shop
  • August 13 • 8 a.m.–6 p.m. • Taylor Center 2nd floor lobby – near coffee shop
  • August 16 • 8 a.m.–6 p.m. • Taylor Center Room 222
  • August 18 • 8 a.m.–6 p.m. • Taylor Center Room 222
  • August 19 • 8 a.m.–6 p.m. • Taylor Center Room 222

Starting on August 23, decals and hangtags can be picked up at the AUM Police office in Taylor Center 267.

Non-Resident Students: Payment is not required when you pick up your decal; the parking decal fee is charged to your student account. For questions about your student account, please contact the Student Accounts Office.

Resident Students: There will be no additional charge for residential parking permits. Resident Student parking permits are restricted to residential lots only and not in any of the general parking lots or the Wellness Center lot. If you wish to add a general parking pass that allows you to park on campus outside of Housing lots, you may register for the Housing/General permit. The additional fee will be charged to your student accounts.

  • Any student who purchases an AUM License Plate will received their General Parking Permit for free. The fees will be adjusted when the permit is picked up.          

Faculty/Staff General Permits: Parking for Faculty and Staff members who register for a General Parking permit are in white-lined parking spaces only.

Faculty/Staff Reserved Permits: Faculty/Staff reserved parking spaces (orange-lined spaces) are available for $75 per academic year. Faculty/Staff members who are re-registering an AUM License Plate will only pay a $5 administrative fee. Faculty / Staff members who register an AUM License plate for the first time will receive a reserved parking decal and hangtag at no charge. All fees will be adjusted when the parking permits are picked up.

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Grubhub app ordering among major changes coming to AUM Dining

AUM Dining will offer more convenient ordering and seven new food concepts for the Fall 2021 semester.

AUM Dining has partnered with Grubhub to offer mobile app-enabled ordering and pick-up for students and employees. More details will be shared in the near future on how to order from AUM’s dining options.

The university’s seven new dining concepts for the fall include: Globals, The OG: Original Grab ‘n Go, Chef’s Table, Pi Pizza Co., GreenWedge, Books & Beans Coffee, Bookstore Deli and C Store.

AUM Dining also invites students, faculty and staff to help it develop a new identity for its dining space. Current candidates include: The Hub at Taylor Center, Warhawk Food Market and AUM Foodcourt. Got another suggestion? Submit it to [email protected] by August 20.

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Volunteer for Housing Move-In

AUM Housing & Residence Life needs your help to move students into residence halls for the fall semester.

Housing & Residence Life invites faculty and staff members to volunteer to assist new and returning students with moving their belongings into residence halls. Housing move-in will take place August 11-14 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. daily.

Volunteers will be able to meet and greet new students and parents and connect with the on campus housing student population. This is very beneficial to our housing residents and to our campus community as a whole, said Iyisha Hampton, director of Housing and Residence Life.

If you and/or your office are interested in participating, register at Housing Move-In volunteer sign up.

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Participate in AUM’s Blood Drive

AUM has partnered with the American Red Cross to host a campus blood drive in September.

The drive will be held 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. September 21 in the Taylor Center, room 230. As part of the drive, there will be testing for COVID-19 antibodies from each pint of blood donated.

AUM community members can help others by making an appointment to participate in the upcoming blood drive. Appointments can be made at with the code AUM or using your zip code. You may also call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) to set an appointment.

Donors must bring your driver’s license or other form of ID. You can save 15 minutes off the process time by completing a Red Cross Rapid Pass before you come.

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Online mental health screening offered for students

Counseling & Health Promotion Services is offering free online mental health screening for students.

Mental health is a key part of our overall well-being. If you have a concern about your mental health, you can connect with a counselor in Counseling and Health Promotion Services or take a free, anonymous online mental health screening that will:

  • Assess the most common psychological problems college students experience
  • Help students perform their own mental health check-in
  • Offer immediate results on several areas of mental health including depression, anxiety, academic distress, eating concerns, frustration level, family stress, and alcohol use

Take your free Mental Health Screening online.

For questions or concerns about the results, contact Counseling and Health Promotion Services at 334-244-3469 or [email protected].

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Nominate outstanding faculty for the 2021 Faculty Service Award

Faculty members elevate our university and play an important role in helping our students succeed. Every year, the AUM Alumni Association’s Faculty Service Award honors outstanding faculty for their service to the university.

To be eligible for the honor, faculty members must have five or more years of full-time service at AUM. Nominations can be made by AUM faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends.

The honor will be awarded during the fall semester and the recipient will receive a $1,000 check from the AUM Alumni Association.

Nominations for the 2021 Faculty Service Award must be postmarked by September 3, 2021 and include a nomination letter. Nomination letters should be no more than two pages in length and should emphasize teaching excellence as well as a strong record of service to the university and community. A vita may be attached, if available.

Send nomination letters to: Awards Committee, Auburn Montgomery Alumni Association, P.O. Box 244023, Montgomery, AL 36124-4023, or email them to [email protected].

Questions? Contact the AUM Alumni Association at 334-244-3369 or [email protected].

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EEEC Peer Mentors wanted

The Experiential Education & Engagement Center (EEEC) is looking for students interested in becoming Peer Mentors for Fall 2021.

Peer Mentors are needed in all courses and regardless of academic interest.

So, what does a Peer Mentor do?

  • Peer Mentors are part-time student workers that get paid $10 per hour.
  • They work in the classroom of courses they have already successfully completed.
  • They help current students get through the course by giving advice and support.
  • Peer Mentors are like teaching assistants without the responsibility of grading assignments.
  • Peer Mentors are leaders at AUM.

If you are dedicated to helping others and want to develop invaluable work experience, go to AUM Jobs to apply.

For additional information, contact Brenda Plympton at the EEEC.

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Summer Call for Proposals for Undergraduate Research, Creative Activity

Auburn University at Montgomery’s Undergraduate Research Committee is accepting summer proposals for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity grants.

In March, the Office of the Provost allocated $50,000 for undergraduate research or creative activity at AUM. Grant funding is awarded to faculty members whose research involves undergraduate students.

Thirteen proposals have been funded so far. Congratulations to the most recent faculty awardee:

  • Heather Witcher, Department of English & Philosophy, for her project on the Michael Field Diaries Archive.                                                                                                                                                      

The Undergraduate Research Committee will continue to review and fund research projects on a rolling basis throughout the summer until the funds are disbursed. The committee anticipates another call in September for funding in the next fiscal year.

AUM’s Experiential Education and Engagement Center and the University Honors Program share the mission of encouraging undergraduate research and creativity and administering funding for undergraduate research and creativity. To apply, please email Lynn Stallings at [email protected] for the guidelines.

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Get event updates from Curtiss

 Stay in-the-know about can’t-miss campus events via text message. Enroll in AUM365 and get the 4-1-1 from Curtiss The Warhawk himself. Text curti$$ to 334-398-6025 to receive reminders about upcoming happenings.

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Make a difference on the Alumni Board

Are you passionate about AUM? Do you want to make a difference? The AUM Alumni Association invites AUM graduates to apply for a position on the AUM Alumni Board of Directors.

As the advisory board to the Auburn University at Montgomery Alumni Association, the Alumni Board seeks candidates who are proven leaders, have demonstrated service to the AUM alumni family, are experienced in working in a collaborative environment, and are committed to serving as AUM ambassadors in their communities.

Board members must be an AUM graduate or have earned credit toward one of its degree programs.

The board meets three times per year on campus, and board members serve a term of two years. Board members are expected to be active members of the AUM Alumni Association. Nominations will close Friday, September 3, 2021.

If you have questions, please contact the AUM Alumni Association at 334-244-3369 or [email protected].

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