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September 2004 News Release Archives
 
*AU's Jule Collins Smith Museum to celebrate first year
*AU Alumni Association to offer homecoming events for minority alums
*Auburn engineering faculty appointed chair of new state safety program
*AU alums Atkins, Dorsey return to Auburn as renowned mystery writers
*Women's philanthropy board to sponsor homecoming luncheon
*LITEE goes international
*Study finds universities squeezed by rising costs, public demands for constraints
*France names AU professor honorary consul in Alabama
*Record number of African-American students enroll in AU's '04 freshman class
*AU names professor as interim dean of College of Education
*Auburn University cancels classes for remainder of week
*Forestry researcher wins grant for study of land use in China
*Sigma Nu names AU's Burgess national adviser of year
*AU officials monitoring Hurricane Ivan
*Where Will We Be When We Get Where We're Going? authors to read, sign book at AU
*AU to head center to research aircraft air quality
*Samuel Ginn College of Engineering announces new faculty
*College of Engineering to host optical networking seminar
*Telling Alabama's stories at Old Alabama Town in September
*Alabama Center for the Book author dinner offers "A Night of Mystery"
*Most Alabamians favor display of Ten Commandments monuments
*AU's Wilson, Sumners serve on governor's Black Belt Commission
*AU School of Nursing receives gift from BancorpSouth Foundation
*Poultry science professor wins national teaching honor
*AU College of Business ranked 57th by U.S. News
*AU authority to speak at minority development conference in Washington, DC
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