JULY 1996 NEWS RELEASES

(Last updated 7/30/96)

Larry Gerber Elected to National Council of the AAUP
Blanks Named Program Developer in Engineering Extension
AU Clinician Named an Editor of International Journal
Robert Widell Named Top Advisor by Political Science Honorary
AU to Offer First Internet Course for Undergraduate Credit
Auburn Graduate Student to Write Methodist History
AU Veterinarian Places Poster in International Competition
AU Faculty Awarded Research Funds From Pentagon, NSF
AU Library Given Papers From World War II Author-Alumnus
Auburn Professor to be Featured on Discovery Channel
Auburn Researchers Now Can Use NSF's 'Fastlane' System
Tire Plant Manager to be AU Visiting Executive-In-Residence
High Schoolers Learning About Work With Disabled Persons
New AU Program Integrates Math, Engineering Principles
Brookings Institute Publishes Paper By AU Professor
Visual Artists Holding Sale of Works at Pebble Hill July 26
AU Study Proves Another Difference Between the Sexes
AU Implements Casual Fridays for Remainder of Summer
Auburn to Host Third Annual Real Estate Education Fair
Auburn University's Alumni College Begins Fall Quarter
Five Finalists Named in Search for ACES Director
Howell Named Acting Dean at AU School of Nursing
AU Theater Performs Noel Coward's 'Blithe Spirit' July 31; Aug.1-3
AU Fisheries Expert says Disease may be Cause of Fish Kill in Gulf
Reception for Olympic Athletes Training on Auburn Campus
Lecture on Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture set for July 16
Mobile Newspaper Funds Young Journalists Program at AU
AU Expert to be Field Veterinarian for Olympic Event
Virginian Appointed Auburn University Safety Officer
Auburn will Have its Own 'Dream Team' at Olympic Games
Scott-Ritchey's Nancy Cox Named Director of AU's IBDS
Auburn, Taiwanese Technology Institute Reach Agreement
Six Professors Named Alumni Professors at Auburn
AU Engineers Conceive, Design and Build Formula Racing Car
AU's Junkins Named to National Academy of Engineering
AU Entomologists Exploring Possible Medical Benefits of Insects
Boosted by Olympics, AU Campus Busy With 10,000 Summer Campers