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April 2005 News Release Archives
* Auburn University junior to receive first James E. Foy Spirit Scholarship
* Developer, infrastructure engineers secured for AU research park
* Traveling memorial, symposium to honor dead in war with Iraq
* AU professor earns NEH summer fellowship; will research Renaissance patron
* Award-winning theatre troupe to perform 'Heart is A Lonely Hunter' at AU; filmmaker to screen documentary on McCullers
* AU enrolling children for summer reading program
* Spearman endowment to benefit students fron northwest Alabama
* Veterinary college to unveil war dog tribute April 29
* AU to host engineering summer camp for junior high schoolers
* Mars: Dead or Alive? What does the rover tell us?
* Event to draw 1500 future scientists to AU Friday
* Conservation photographer to help celebrate Earth Day
* AU's Grisham/Trentham Lecture Series features international design leader Marc Gobe
* Shelby to attend April 25 groundbreaking for AU Transportation Technology Center
* AU offers high school journalism workshop
* Richardson to recommend that Board confirm Heilman as AU's new provost
* Book offers strategies to balance cost, quality in higher education
* AU Veterinary College 28th annual open house offers day of fun and education
* At AU Theatre, Shakespeare plus Star Trek equals a unique 'Comedy of Errors'
* AU student employee of the year
* AU Symphonic Band to perform April 15 in Opelika
* Governmental excellence conference to focus on state's fiscal challenges
* Race relations improving in Alabama, but still an issue at home and school
* Survey: 86 percent of AU alumni would attend AU again
* Media Advisory: AU to participate in state's homeland defense training
* Weaver Lecture to focus on forest education for an international future
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