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Hosted by Austin Phillips and Jeremy Henderson from Auburn Engineering's Office of Communications and Marketing, each episode is educational, relatable, sensational. The country's best engineering college deserves the country's best engineering podcast.

The Nuclear Option

The Nuclear Option

Mechanical engineering professor Rick Williams loves going nuclear on his students. And apparently, according to this year's Auburn Engineering faculty awards, they love it, too.

#EngineeringGoals

#EngineeringGoals

Let's just say that mechanical engineering graduate and current industrial and systems engineering master's student Taylor Troutman knows how to use her head...

Castin' with Gaston

Castin' with Gaston

Maury Gaston, '82 mechanical engineering, has worked for the same company for all 38 years of his illustrious career in engineering sales and marketing. You're welcome, American Cast Iron Pipe.

The Outstanding Shelby Wales

The Outstanding Shelby Wales

Senior Shelby Wales is the latest recipient of the fabulously prestigious Goldwater Scholarship, which, you know, isn't just awarded to anyone. So, hey — maybe she'll keep going with this whole chemical engineering thing. Seems to have worked out pretty well so far...

Eyes of the Tiger

Eyes of the Tiger

Rising up, back on the street. He did his time, took his chances. He went the distance, now he's definitely on his feet... just a man named Steve Hamilton, '84 chemical engineering, and his will to heal eyes.

Get a Grip

Get a Grip

For Casey Waid, it's all about connecting people back to the college they love.  And who better to hold their hand on the journey home than one of their own.  That's right, the Auburn diploma hanging in the office of this Samuel Ginn College of Engineering development officer reads "chemical engineering."  Of course, you better be careful - ol' Casey's got a grip that might break your hand as he guides you to that promised land.  

Different Strokes

Different Strokes

Is high finance a valid use of an engineering degree? Uh, is pool water wet? Why don’t we let 1985 industrial and systems engineering grad Dan Phillips take a crack at those questions...

Concrete Plans

Concrete Plans

Of course she has concrete plans for the future. For crying out loud, she's the president of the American Concrete Institute student chapter, which just earned Auburn an ACI Excellent University designation for the 6th year in a row. (Can you say "Dynasty?") So, yeah, when it comes to Kelly, we say Turner loose.

The Swoll Weevil

The Swoll Weevil

Don't mess with Jacob vonEschenbach. Just don't mess with him. Because when this Enterprise-bred, arm and leg-acy Auburn engineering walk-on warrior sees a challenge, he tackles it head on.

German for Squirrel

German for Squirrel

In German, her last name may mean Squirrel. But around these parts, it means Best Student Worker of the Year. Well, no, technically, she hasn’t won — not yet. But she’d better, because Natalie Eichorn deserves all the kudos coming to her. This Austin-bred, Accenture-bound software engineering senior has lightened the web work load for our IT guy, and serves as a shining example of success for future Auburn Engineers as a Cupola Ambassador. Software engineering? It’s been a tough nut to crack. But this super smart Squirrel is on the right track.

The Best of Brittany

The Best of Brittany

Brittany Ransom has more student organization leadership positions than you can count. But the mechanical engineering junior isn't just padding her portfolio for the kudos. She's doing it to put herself in position to attack the problems of urban infrastructure and, as she puts it in her National Academy of Engineering’s Grand Challenges Scholars Program bio — reinvent the world.

Silva Dollars

Silva Dollars

Last summer, we learned he's an investigator on that $3 million FAA project with Auburn's National Center for Additive Manufacturing Excellence. Last month? That he'll be researching lead-free defense electronics thanks to a $7 million award from the Dept. of Defense.His name may be Daniel Silva, but friends, this assistant Industrial and Systems Engineering professor is bringing home the gold...

How West Was Won

How West Was Won

It's a classic tale of redemption and revelation: A young Bama fan considering journalism comes to Auburn on a whim, takes one look at the engineering campus, and is forever changed.   This is how Anna Layne West was won.

Meeting Miss Melanie Monaghan

Meeting Miss Melanie Monaghan

Romance. Civil Engineering. Boll Weevils. Alliteration. This episode of the award-winning #GINNing has it all.

Happy Trails

Happy Trails

How Jessica "Dixie" Mills' long hike through the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering took her to the summit of YouTube success.

The Cornhole King

The Cornhole King

Friends, Auburn Engineering's alumni trophy case is bursting at the seams. There's the the CEO of the world's first trillion-dollar company, astronauts galore, the PowerPoint Prince.... and now we have to make room for Travis Moore — the Cornhole King.   The senior in civil and environmental engineering just took home the doubles crown from the National College Cornhole Championship, defeating a duo from North Carolina State in one of the most thrilling finishes the competition has ever seen.

Structural Integrity

Structural Integrity

Associate Civil and Environmental professor Justin Marshall was looking for a little structure in his life when he came to Auburn...and boy did he get it.

Gentlemen, Start Your Software

Gentlemen, Start Your Software

There may be no T in his name, but there's plenty of speed in his game. Yessir, come October, Bevly Boy Will Bryan and his new master's degree will be kicking back and letting the code take the wheel in the Indy Autonomous Challenge at 200 driverless miles per hour.Eat your heart out, Mario Lemiuex.

Feel the Bern

Feel the Bern

Bernie Moussad just graduated from Auburn University with a 4.0 GPA in computer engineering. He's dedicating his career to researching bioinformatics. Unfortunately, Bernie Sanders ruined his life.

The Dukes of Hueytown

The Dukes of Hueytown

Hueytown-born Patrick Duke, ’99 civil, reflects on life as an Auburn-trained engineer.

OK, Google...

OK, Google...

...who is Andrew McGehee?

Livy Legend

Livy Legend

You've seen her face. Now hear her story. Ladies and gentlemen, Livy Green.

Going, going....Dawn

Going, going....Dawn

Dearly Beloved, our only regret in this oh-so-memorable interview with oh-so-impressive Procter & Gamble-bound chemical engineering senior Nathan Wall is that we didn't get him to actually pop the question right then and there.

Ride the Wave

Ride the Wave

Mechanical engineering senior Zac Young recently tossed a no hitter at the 2020 SEC Student Pitch Competition with a gold-mine of a gadget called the Wave Timer. Caution: High voltage ahead.

Research Renaissance Man

Research Renaissance Man

What exactly is a research engineer?  Christian Brodbeck, one of the best around, enlightens us on the latest episode of the #GINNing Podcast.

From Lagos with Love

From Lagos with Love

Sometimes we wonder whether a guest really meets the criteria. But we didn't think twice about the man from Nigeria.

The Legend of Nelda

The Legend of Nelda

Nelda Lee — Boeing your mind since '69.

Vicki McLendon, Target Acquired

Vicki McLendon, Target Acquired

Ethical Hacking. Oxymoron? Scam? Or an essential ingredient in educating the next generation of secret agents inspired by that 1992 film ol' Jer just can't seem to shut up about? Whatever you decide after listening to this interview with Vicki McLendon, just remember... it's all about the information.

Sorry, Tar Heels - Bowers is Ours

Sorry, Tar Heels - Bowers is Ours

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of assistant civil and environmental professor Benjamin Bowers' mug, please contact the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.

Dremere is Here

Dremere is Here

A Be the Creed honoree... a WayUp’s Intern 100 list member... a two-time technical intern with GE Aviation... and he's only a sophomore? You had your chance, Bama.

Fighting For Students

Fighting For Students

If you're trying to replace the Auburn University Employee of the Year in the middle of a pandemic, you need to hire the best. Thankfully, for the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, Andrew McGill is a seasoned fighter, who, when it comes to student recruiting, has more big wins under his belt than Conor McGregor.

Engineering Emily

Engineering Emily

Her mom, her dad.. her grandfather, her other grandfather... even her uncles! Sure, Emily Traylor could do one of those Ancestry DNA tests things if she wanted. But why waste the time or money when the results are obvious? This woman is 100 percent Auburn Engineer.

I think ICAMS, I think ICAMS, I think ICAMS...

I think ICAMS, I think ICAMS, I think ICAMS...

Industry 4.0? More like Industry 4.2 million. Yep, that's how much the U.S. Department of Defense recently awarded to the Interdisciplinary Center for Advanced Manufacturing. Time to grab associate industrial and systems engineering professor Greg Harris and find out why...

Sam and Diane

Sam and Diane

Making your way in the Sam Ginn College of Engineering today takes everything you've got. Diane Sherrard, program administrator for 100+ Women Strong, knows that mentorship from other strong women sure would help a lot. Wouldn't you like to recruit, reward and retain...

Concrete Canoe and Tyler, Too

Concrete Canoe and Tyler, Too

There's a graduate research assistant in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering who hasn't let COVID-19 keep him from living his best 2020. That's just what the promise of access to the most incredible structural engineering lab in the world will do a man. From toothpick bridges to concrete canoes, ladies and gentleman, Tyler Norman.

Fecal Matters

Fecal Matters

What's Sushil Adhikari, alumni professor of biosystems engineering, and the director of the cutting edge Center for Bioenergy and Bioproducts, passionate about? Well, I'll tell you: Biomass pyrolysis, hydrothermal liquefaction, torrefaction, biodiesel production and biomass gasification... if you know what I mean.

Water We Working On?

Water We Working On?

Sustainability of water resources, particularly in water-scarce environments, is a tricky subject. We know that. Thankfully for the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, few people know more about it than Frances O'Donnell, assistant professor in civil and environmental engineering... and apparently, like, the 60th person ever to sign up for Facebook. That's right, she was getting her B.A. at a college called Harvard right at the start of the Zuckerberg Zeitgeist, and later went on for a Ph.D at a school called Princeton. Never heard of them. But whatever, the point is, she's an Auburn woman now. Cluster Hire Eagle.

Droid Rage

Droid Rage

Is Thaddeus A. Roppel, associate professor in electrical and computer engineering, an agent of Skynet? A freedom fighter in the Rebellion against the Empire? Time will tell.

Oldfather, New Doctor

Oldfather, New Doctor

Ballerina. Daredevil. International tourist. Wheelchair basketballer enthusiast. Now add to the list, doctor. Ladies and gentlemen, Dr. Taylor Oldfather. Biomechanics will never be the same.

Well, Algae Damned...

Well, Algae Damned...

Brendan Higgins, assistant professor of biosystems engineering, is doing his part to make sure nothing in this world goes to waste — not even waste.2

Flexible Future

Flexible Future

Rigid technologies are quickly going the way of the buffalo thanks to visionaries like Pradeep Lall and his four — count'em, four — degrees. Listen to the John and Anne MacFarlane Distinguished Professor of mechanical engineering explain why the future of electronics will be flexible.

Best Hire Ever?

Best Hire Ever?

Learn how communications specialist Lauren Winton has put a new spin on donor relations success stories.

Pay the Price

Pay the Price

Shannon Price believes in work — network. Hear how the director of network services kept the college up and running in the age of remote instruction.

Estonia? I hardly know ya'

Estonia? I hardly know ya'

Drew Springall can sum up his best practice advice for online voting in one word: DON'T.

The Quantum Leap

The Quantum Leap

Associate electrical and computer engineering professor Mark Adams readies his photonics torpedoes on the latest episode of #GINNing.

Concrete Answers

Concrete Answers

Associate professor Robbie Barnes weighs in on the wonders of civil engineering, and marvels at the latest monument to Auburn's structural engineering empire.

Fare Thee Well, Duke of Shelby

Fare Thee Well, Duke of Shelby

Steve Duke, the college’s former associate dean for academics, is rejoining his fellow chemical engineers in the legendary labs of Ross Hall. Why trade the front office for the front lines? What did he learn in his seven significant years of administration? Time to find out.

Go West, Young Man

Go West, Young Man

His last name may be Easterling, but this mechanical engineering senior plans to take his training and talents all the way to Frisco.

Just Sku It!

Just Sku It!

Another episode... another Tiger Cage Business Idea Competition winner... another couple of Auburn Engineering students intent on disrupting an entire industry before graduation. War Eagle.

What About Bob?

What About Bob?

Bob Karcher, retiring assistant dean of student services, reflects on an incredible 22 years with the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.

The Topic? Philanthropic!

The Topic? Philanthropic!

Margaret Arnold, new senior director of development for the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, weighs in on the phenomenal philanthropy of Auburn Engineers.

The Little Engineer That Could

The Little Engineer That Could

Emma Little, a senior in electrical engineering, offers a little pandemic-persevering perspective on finishing her degree in the age of remote instruction.

Return of the Ninjaneer

Return of the Ninjaneer

Ryan Hill, Auburn mechanical engineering alum extraordinaire, updates us on RE-InVENT, reflects on his time at Auburn... and dishes the dirt on Michael Zabala.

Tom Burch RE-InVENTs himself

Tom Burch RE-InVENTs himself

They call Tom Burch an engineer's engineer. So no, he wasn't interested in some Cracker Jack academic exercise. If he was going to build an emergency ventilator system, he was going to build one that might actually have a chance to save some lives. And it took him and Auburn Engineering's Re-InVENT team just two days to do it.

Pandemic Podcast

Pandemic Podcast

Well, we didn't think we'd be celebrating a year's worth of the best podcast in higher education during a pandemic. But here we are!

Wood's World

Wood's World

Thanks to this industrious industrial engineering sophomore, construction sites may never be the same.

The Frito-Lady

The Frito-Lady

Dorito Diva Katelyn Rheinlander credits her delectable day job to Auburn's Department of Biosystems Engineering.

Team Work Makes The Theme Work

Team Work Makes The Theme Work

Auburn's Theme Park Engineering Group has the thrill skills to pay the big bills, and mechanical engineering senior Katie Bowman is one of the reason's why.

Ayers Apparent

Ayers Apparent

Emerging contaminants. It's a problem. We know that. But thankfully, Meredith Ayers Feltman is on a quest to find a solution.

Good Golly, Miss Polly

Good Golly, Miss Polly

How do you solve a problem like Maria? Work—hard work, like the kind of committed interdisciplinary collaboration going down at Auburn University's Center for Polymers and Advanced Composites. 

Spare the Rod, Spoil the Road

Spare the Rod, Spoil the Road

We recommend you listen to this episode of #GINNing on your morning or afternoon commute. Because Rod Turochy is among the nation’s elite transportation faculty, and you'll never look at rush hour the same way again.

Fostering Foster

Fostering Foster

She's only a sophomore, but little Adia Foster is already making a big name for herself in software engineering.

We want some-more-a Remora

We want some-more-a Remora

How is the group of Auburn aerospace engineering students led by Zack Wadzinski waging a war on plastic waste in waterways around the globe? With an army of trash-targeting autonomous aquatic drones that's sure to put smiles on the faces of business investors. Time to go green, if you know what I mean...

Solving the Puzzle of AI's role in Cybersecurity

Solving the Puzzle of AI's role in Cybersecurity

You want prestigious cybersecurity research? Look no further than Daniel Tauritz, chief cyber AI strategist for the Auburn Cyber Research Center.

Signs of the Times

Signs of the Times

Recent innovations have helped lessen the language barrier between American Sign Language and English speakers. But Electrical and Computer Engineering senior Ryan McGill thinks he can remove the whole thing.

Jim Odom: Rocket Man

Jim Odom: Rocket Man

’55 mechanical engineering grad, Jim Odom, was an Apollo program pioneer and led the development for the Hubble Space Telescope. 

The Art of Slotkin

The Art of Slotkin

The history of Auburn Engineering is long and illustrious. And no one alive knows it better than 1968 aerospace graduate Art Slotkin.

Magnetic Personality

Magnetic Personality

A look inside the most-scanned brain in Auburn—Auburn University MRI Research Center Director Tom Denney's.

Meet world-champion Power Pointer Seth Maddox, the pride of Geraldine.

Meet world-champion Power Pointer Seth Maddox, the pride of Geraldine.

What's the point of interviewing freshman computer engineering major Seth Maddox? POWER.

Great to "Bee" an Auburn Engineer

Great to "Bee" an Auburn Engineer

Eddie Strickland is a senior in mechanical engineering, power lifter and a ROTC member but find out what truly keeps him busy as a bee.

Talk About Traffic Noise..

Talk About Traffic Noise..

The brain child of industrial engineering grad Tim Arnold, Auburn's new 'War Eagle Road,' the first musical road on a college campus, gives a whole new meaning to traffic noise.

There she is...

There she is...

Collins McMurray, the new crowned Miss Auburn University, is a freshman in chemical engineering, kicking class and taking names. 

All We Do Is Wind: A Thurow Discussion of Aerospace Engineering

All We Do Is Wind: A Thurow Discussion of Aerospace Engineering

Brian Thurow, chair of the Department of Aerospace Engineering, joins the best podcast in all of higher education to discuss Auburn's efforts to put the space back into aerospace.

Algorithm and Blues

Algorithm and Blues

These days, you can't go a week without seeing assistant professor of computer science and software engineering Anh Nguyen's name in a tech blog. Time to deep learn why...

Big Development

Big Development

Auburn Engineering development officer David Mattox is getting cash and taking names. Somebody break out the Guinness Book...

Capture Carbon or Dioxide Trying

Capture Carbon or Dioxide Trying

C02 is the problem. Lauren Beckingham may be the solution.

Will Phillips, Reel Engineer

Will Phillips, Reel Engineer

Senior mechanical engineering major Will Phillips just helped Auburn's bass fishing team win yet another national championship. Science, yo.

Auburn Astronaut Jan Davis on her month in space.

Auburn Astronaut Jan Davis on her month in space.

How many astronauts has Auburn produced? There's too many to count. And yet there's only Jan Davis.

Finding Nima: A 3-D look at Auburn's additive manufacturing rockstar

Finding Nima: A 3-D look at Auburn's additive manufacturing rockstar

In just six years time, Nima Shamsaei, the Philpott-WestPoint Stevens Distinguished Associate Professor and director of the National Center for Additive Manufacturing Excellence, has become a name above all names in the world of 3-D printing. But to keep the promise of the AM revolution, we still need more Nima.

OK, All Right Guys: How Mike Horton is helping Auburn Football engineer a championship

OK, All Right Guys: How Mike Horton is helping Auburn Football engineer a championship

The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering is riding for the brand. In other words, ain't no thwartin' senior  offensive guard Mike Horton.

Friction Addiction

Friction Addiction

The best podcast in higher education runs like well-oiled machine, which is something Rob Jackson knows all about. Get your ears on, and your gears ready... it's tribology time.

Celebrating student sewer solutions with Dan "DIY" Harris

Celebrating student sewer solutions with Dan "DIY" Harris

Sure, we could put out bids to some sort of consulting group or contractor to help us reduce the 5 million gallons of city tap water the college uses each August just to feed the cooling towers. But why would we when we have the genius students of the Auburn University Energy and Natural Resources Project at our disposal?

Student Recruiting, Taylor Made

Student Recruiting, Taylor Made

There's no down time for Recruiting and Scholarships director Jessica Taylor. But with a job that rewarding, why would you want there to be?

Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame

You'd be hard pressed to find anyone more passionate about helping students reach their potential than Eric Hall, program coordinator for Auburn's Academic Excellence Program sponsored by Alabama Power. Dude is so popular and positive that people call him the Mayor. And from the sound of it, he knows how to govern.

The Marshal Art

The Marshal Art

If it seems like soon-to-be mechanical engineering graduate Ben Ratliff is Mr. Everything in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, it's because he kind of is. Engineering Student Council president... summer graduation marshal... Freshman Leadership Program committee member... and he's all over that Big Event stuff.  Let's find out what makes Big Ben tick.

The Jim Killian Experience

The Jim Killian Experience

What can you say about a man like Jim Killian, who in 1984 took over a one-man shop and turned it into the best-podcast-in-higher-education producing, communications and marketing juggernaut that is today? Let's find out...

The Fixer

The Fixer

Ed Lewis... common name, uncommon man. Over the course of his career, the senior advisor to the Dean of the Auburn University Samuel Ginn College of Engineering has improved the processes on everything from Combos production to record-setting fundraising campaigns. And thankfully, then 1972 industrial engineering graduate passion for his alma mater knows no bounds.

Smart Materials and Nanomedicine—that's what Allan David DOES.

Smart Materials and Nanomedicine—that's what Allan David DOES.

From India to Maryland to Michigan to Auburn—Allan David is on a quest. The John W. Brown Associate Professor is setting biomedical benchmarks with his smarts on smart materials and nanomaterials and all that amazing stuff. Gadolinium toxicity, you have met your match...

Hitting Mechanics: Brett Olson on engineering his way to Omaha

Hitting Mechanics: Brett Olson on engineering his way to Omaha

Thanks to his new master's degree in mechanical engineering, Auburn baseball player Brett Olson has a sure-fire, well-paying way out from his famous father's shadow.

Buzzwords: When it comes to asphalt, NCAT is where ITSAT.

Buzzwords: When it comes to asphalt, NCAT is where ITSAT.

If you were to create a word cloud corresponding to asphalt industry opinion of NCAT Assistant Director and Test Track Manager Buzz Powell, the term "Foremost Expert" would be as big and bold as it gets. Trust us—20 minutes of Dr. Buzz talking pavement poundin' does not disappoint.

World of War Eagle Craft: Keepin' it realz with Cheryl Seals

World of War Eagle Craft: Keepin' it realz with Cheryl Seals

Computer Science and Software Engineering professor Cheryl Seals, the pride of Homer, Louisiana, has a passion for diversity in computing, a soft-spot for World of Warcraft, and a "Living Legend" plaque on her mantle. Enough said.

Gabbin' with Gavin

Gabbin' with Gavin

For Auburn engineering legend Charles Gavin, it's not about the amount of the donations. It's not about getting your name on the building you spent half your college career in. It's about making a difference in the lives of future engineers ... and making sure they pronounce "textile" correctly.

The Walt Vault: Engineering legend Walt Woltosz talks Stephen Hawking, the space shuttle and more...

The Walt Vault: Engineering legend Walt Woltosz talks Stephen Hawking, the space shuttle and more...

Simply put, Auburn University wouldn't be what it is without 1969 aerospace engineering graduate Walt Woltosz. Neither would the space shuttle, Stephen Hawking, or, you know, the world. 

The Man, the Myth, the Lego

The Man, the Myth, the Lego

Tom Devall, Director of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering's Auto Manufacturing Initiatives, is a mean Lean Manufacturing machine. Hear him explain why the auto industry keeps asking to come over to his house to play.

Think Big, Make Small—It’s a Micro World After All

Think Big, Make Small—It’s a Micro World After All

What's next for Electrical and Computer Engineering professor Michael Hamilton? Nano your business. But here's what we DO know—for an expert in quantum computing and stuff, dude is really, really into algae...

Degree of Success: Katelyn Jenkins' first steps as a mechanical engineer

Degree of Success: Katelyn Jenkins' first steps as a mechanical engineer

New Auburn engineering graduate Katelyn Jenkins feels guilty if she fills up the tank anywhere other than ExxonMobil. Time to find out why...

Flippin' awesome: Gymnastics star and new aerospace grad Sam Cerio is gettin' rich and gettin' hitched

Flippin' awesome: Gymnastics star and new aerospace grad Sam Cerio is gettin' rich and gettin' hitched

Leg injuries so traumatic they instantly went viral might derail an average college senior. Thankfully, there's nothing average about gymnastics star Sam Cerio. The Auburn aerospace engineer is about to trade the mat for the real world, and there's no way she's not sticking the landing.

Simply Zabest: Meet Auburn's Biomechanics Maestro

Simply Zabest: Meet Auburn's Biomechanics Maestro

Michael Zabala could be teaching anywhere—MIT, Stanford, Harvard.  But why settle?

Risky Business: Meet the Guardian from Ghana

Risky Business: Meet the Guardian from Ghana

Learn how Emmanuel Winful is turning the world's best engineering college into the world's safest engineering college.

The Soul of Jackson Hole

The Soul of Jackson Hole

Star student Natalie Palmquist on the road to the Rhodes, life in Turkey, and how Auburn Engineering is changing the world.

Firewalling the Future: Consequences For America's Cyber Aggressors

Firewalling the Future: Consequences For America's Cyber Aggressors

Frank Cilluffo, director of Auburn University’s McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security, discusses America's new cybersecurity paradigm.

Cinderella Story: Auburn Engineering In The Final Four

Cinderella Story: Auburn Engineering In The Final Four

Cole Blackstock, a senior in electrical engineering and forward on the men’s basketball team, joins the show to talk about the Tigers’ magical run to the Final Four and the rigors of balancing an engineering curriculum and championship basketball.

Space Invaders: The Road To Mars Goes Through Auburn

Space Invaders: The Road To Mars Goes Through Auburn

Mike Ogles, Auburn University director of NASA programs, joins the #GINNing podcast to discuss NASA's long-standing partnership with Auburn and the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.

Surviving a Tornado: Lessons Learned From The March 3 Lee County Disaster

Surviving a Tornado: Lessons Learned From The March 3 Lee County Disaster

David Roueche, Auburn University assistant professor of civil engineering, joins the inaugural episode of #Ginning to share lessons learned from the Lee County tornadoes.