Mission of OFE
The Office of Faculty Engagement provides campus-wide support, advocacy, and leadership in the promotion of outreach and community engagement at Auburn University. Outreach is an important expression and application of faculty disciplinary expertise, transformative collaboration, and scholarship. Engagement promotes university and community collaboration characterized by qualities of reciprocity and mutuality. By engaging in outreach, faculty improve life quality in Alabama and beyond. Additionally, they also gain valuable experience and insights that can inform instruction, research and service.
News & Events
Dr. Christine Schnittka, Scott Bishop and Dr. Chippewa Thomas will be panelists in the Mask Mobilization session of the Homemade Mask Summit from 10:40 AM - 11:40 AM on Wednesday, June 17.
Dr. Salisa Westrick, Department Head and Sterling Professor in the Harrison School of Pharmacy is an invited speaker at the 2020 American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP), Interim Meeting as part of the Research Symposium in Puerto Rico.
Outreach Programs Keep High-Achieving Students in Alabama and Inspire Students to Pursue Rewarding Careers. (excerpt by AU COSAM Dean Nicholas J. Giordano published in 'The Advisor' by the Retirement Systems of Alabama)
Dr. Christine Schnittka, Scott Bishop and Dr. Chippewa Thomas were panelists in the Mask Mobilization session Wednesday June 17 at the Homemade Mask Summit.
Award for Excellence in Faculty Outreach
The Auburn University Award for Excellence in Faculty Outreach honors the engagement of exemplary faculty members. This award, and a $5,000 honorarium, is presented annually to one Auburn faculty member for distinguished outreach contributions. Nominations are now being accepted for the award with the nomination deadline set for September 25, 2020.
Last Updated: June 16, 2020