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What to expect on the 251st episode of the best podcast in all of higher education? How about the origin story of geotechnical juggernaut Brian Anderson, a full-scale infrastructure inspiration who's girding the loins of this nation's foundations. 

Listen: Episode 251

From polymers to public administration, Olivia Cook is inspiring the nation. Listen to the 2014 polymer and fiber engineering graduate (with graduate degrees from Auburn in public policy and public administration) discuss how she's using lessons learned at Auburn to help change the world on the 250th episode of the best podcast in all of higher education. 

Listen: Episode 250

From the decathlon to biomechanics startups, mechanical engineering graduate student and track and field standout David Edmondson is clearing the bar — and then some. 

Listen: Episode 249

Parabolic telescopes... diamond-turning lathes...  few folks have taken advantage of Auburn Engineering's next-level makerspace like aerospace engineering senior Cyrus Lloyd. 

Listen: Episode 248

Girls go to college to get more knowledge. And, in Kanak Parmar's case, to get us to Jupiter a little less stupider. (You're welcome, Deep Space Network.)

Listen: Episode 247

When it comes to subjects like heat transfer, let's just say computer science and software engineering freshman Cameron Tilly's 90+ mile per hour fastball already has him a little ahead of the game. 

Learn why the top pitching prospect chose Auburn Engineering over Major League Baseball — for now — on the latest episode of the best podcast in higher education. 

Listen: Episode 246

Associate professor and associate chair in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering. Director of Computer Science and Software Engineering Undergraduate Programs. Director of Global Programs, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering. How does Dean Hendrix do it? Find out on the latest episode of the best podcast in all of higher education. 

Listen: Episode 245

Mechanical engineer. Soccer referee. eBay Powerseller. Graduate research assistant Christian Fauer does it all. 

Listen: Episode 244

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