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The College of Liberal Arts is one of the largest colleges on Auburn’s campus with twelve departments, one school, 3,900 students and 400 faculty and staff. We offer 38 undergraduate majors, 33 minors, 19 graduate programs and 6 professional certificates. Our curriculum offers a diverse range of subjects encompassing four areas: social sciences, communications, humanities and fine arts. Our graduates hold a strong record of industry employment and/or acceptance into graduate schools and training programs, both here and abroad.

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The College of Liberal Arts is one of the largest colleges on Auburn’s campus with twelve departments, one school, 3,900 students and 400 faculty and staff. We offer 38 undergraduate majors, 33 minors, 19 graduate programs and 6 professional certificates. Our curriculum offers a diverse range of subjects encompassing four areas: social sciences, communications, humanities and fine arts. Our graduates hold a strong record of industry employment and/or acceptance into graduate schools and training programs, both here and abroad.

    Quarantrane

    Quarantrane

    To Help overcome some of the obstacles presented by COVID-19 the jazz band collectively composed, arranged and recorded their own original composition.
    The arrangement was then assembled using sections arranged by individuals and groups within the ensemble. These parts were then assembled. The full arrangement is more than 7 minutes long and will be played when normal rehearsals resume in the spring, but as part of the final for the class the arrangement was abbreviated and students submitted recordings of their parts, resulting in a 3-minute version of the composition that was then assembled and mixed. They were able to create this in spite of never having played even one note together or meeting in person the entire semester.

    • 3 min
    Re: Research | Jeremy Samolesky | Department of Music

    Re: Research | Jeremy Samolesky | Department of Music

    An interview with Dr. Jeremy Samolesky, professor of piano at Auburn University.

    • 18 min
    Re: Research | Bridgett King | Assistant Professor and Director of MPA Program

    Re: Research | Bridgett King | Assistant Professor and Director of MPA Program

    An interview with Dr. Bridgett King from the Department of Political Science at Auburn University.

    • 30 min
    Re: Research | Professor Jeff Katz | Department of Psychology

    Re: Research | Professor Jeff Katz | Department of Psychology

    Dr. Jeff Katz’s research focuses on the comparative mechanism of learning and cognition. Ongoing projects involve behavioral and functional neuroimaging methods to investigate change detection, concept learning, and the behavioral and neural correlates of working dogs. He has won numerous research and teaching awards and grants. Dr. Katz discusses his work with Auburn University's Canine Performance Sciences Program.

    • 30 min
    Re: Research | Professor John Rapp | Department of Psychology

    Re: Research | Professor John Rapp | Department of Psychology

    Dr. John Rapp is the Director of the Applied Behavior Analysis program and a professor in the Department of Psychology at Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama. He is also the project director for the Alabama Psychiatric Medication Review Team with the Alabama Department of Human Resources. He received his doctoral degree in Behavior Analysis from The University of Florida in 2003. He currently serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, Behavioral Interventions, Behavior Modification, Education and Treatment of Children, and The European Journal of Behavior Analysis.

    • 16 min
    Re: Research | Professor Steve Brown | Department of Political Science

    Re: Research | Professor Steve Brown | Department of Political Science

    In this episode, we sit down with Political Science professor Steve Brown to talk about his use of moot court, the bi-centennial of Alabama's statehood, and the prestigious Hughes-Gossett award he recieved from the US Supreme Court Historical Society.

    • 24 min

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