COSAM’s Matt Kearley takes a pie to the face to help the Beat Bama Food Drive
Matt Kearley enjoys teaching in the Department of Biological Sciences. However, on Oct. 5, he also enjoyed letting his students cover him in pie all in the name of making a difference to fight hunger and poverty.
“I know the Beat Bama Food Drive is a great cause and helps feed thousands of people each year, so I was very happy to participate,” said Kearley.
Pie a Professor was hosted by the College of Education and held on the Campus Green to support the food drive. This is the 30th anniversary of the Beat Bama Food Drive, which benefits the Food Bank of East Alabama.
Through Nov. 16, you can help. Please consider giving your time, donating money or dropping off non-perishable goods to help Auburn beat Bama in the total pounds collected! In the College of Sciences and Mathematics (COSAM), a Beat Bama Food Drive container is conveniently located on the first floor of the Sciences Center Classrooms building where you can drop off goods to help those in need.
“It was a fun event and hopefully helped with the food drive,” added Kearley. “The enthusiasm of the students here along with the support I receive from my department and COSAM make teaching here so rewarding.”
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