Auburn University Young Professionals

Overview

Auburn University Professional and Continuing Education is proud to partner with the Office of Information Technology to present Auburn University Young Professionals.

Auburn University Young Professionals (AUYP) aims to provide an opportunity for connection between upper level administrators and the young professionals of Auburn. During our free one-hour interactive programs, young professionals will have a chance to hear the stories and advice of those in influential positions across campus. Attendees will also be provided the opportunity to submit questions for the speaker in advance or ask their own during the program. This series will focus on providing professional development, networking amongst peers, and collaboration of resources across Auburn University.

AUYP programs are offered at no cost to attendees. We do ask that you register for the event to ensure proper meeting space.


Upcoming Programs

October 24, 2019 | 1:00 - 2:00 P.M.

Dr. Hardgrave
Dr. Bill Hardgrave
Auburn University

Dr. Bill Hardgrave currently serves as Auburn University’s Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs. Prior to taking on the Provost’s role in January 2018, he served as the Dean of the Harbert College of Business since 2010.

As the chief academic officer, Provost Hardgrave provides leadership to Auburn’s 12 colleges and schools and oversees the university’s academic resources, support units, and instructional and research programs. Establishing the academic priorities for the university, Hardgrave leads initiatives designed to promote student and faculty success and ensures the quality of student learning at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Providing leadership to the faculty, Hardgrave manages the processes for faculty recruitment, appointments, promotions, and tenure.

*This session qualifies to receive 0.1 CEU credits

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Past Programs

Bobby Woodard

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Q & A with
Dr. Bobby R. Woodard
July 16, 2019

Last Updated: July 2, 2019