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  • Auburn University | Give
    outreach efforts in Korea Costa Rica Malawi and beyond 15 280 101 Funded 45 Donors 0 Days Help Fuel the Flight of War Eagle Feed the Raptors By Marianne Hudson The Southeastern Raptor Center relies on donations to supply food for their raptors all year long Help fuel the flight of War Eagle 6 060 121 Funded 102 Donors 0 Days Fund Graduate Student Research and Travel By Madison Chandler Graduate Student Help graduate students purchase supplies to complete thesis or dissertation research and travel to present their research at conferences 9 530 190 Funded 31 Donors 0 Days Build Hale County Homes Rural Studio Designing 20K Houses By Natalie Butts Ball With 20 000 Rural Studio students can design and build a high quality affordable home for a family in Hale County Ala 65 517 327 Funded 131 Donors 0 Days Auburn Memorial Honoring Auburn Family Who ve Passed Away By Walker Byrd Senior Students are creating a permanent on campus destination to honor the memories of students faculty staff and alumni who have passed away 7 691 153 Funded 118 Donors 0 Days CAREing Paws Support Nursing s Therapy Dog Program By Dr Stuart Pope Animal assisted therapy benefits people of all ages Help dogs Miller and Choa continue to make a difference in the lives of others 9 522 119 Funded 105 Donors 0 Days Engineering a Cure By Samuel Ginn College of Engineering Provide additional graduate research positions for the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering s cancer research projects 54 860 109 Funded 268 Donors 0 Days Attack Cancer Not Patients By Dr Bruce Smith Researchers seek imaging software to help them quickly understand which cells are being attacked so they can provide more focused cancer treatment 6 485 108 Funded 113 Donors 0 Days Help

    Original URL path: https://rise.auburn.edu/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Auburn University | Give
    students and faculty get the tools they need All funds donated 100 percent will go the project you choose And unlike other crowdfunding sites donations will be immediately allocated to the specified project whether the project meets its funding goal or not Be sure to tell your friends about Tiger Giving Day using TigerGiving To give offline send checks payable to Auburn University Foundation to Auburn Fund Attn Gift Processing 317 S College St Auburn AL 36849 Note the name of the project on the memo line Please send any questions about Tiger Giving Day to because auburn edu Auburn University FAQ Are Tiger Giving Day donations tax deductible Yes Your gift is tax deductible to the extent permitted by law The Auburn University Foundation receives gifts made through rise auburn edu The foundation is a 501 c 3 nonprofit organization that ensures all donations made to Auburn University benefit the institution as intended The Auburn University Foundation provides no goods or services in exchange for your contribution When will my credit card be charged Your credit card will be charged immediately Unlike other crowdfunding efforts donations made on Tiger Giving Day are available to projects as soon as a

    Original URL path: https://rise.auburn.edu/about (2016-02-12)
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  • Auburn University | Give
    In Please login or register an account Login with Facebook OR Email Password I forgot my password Login Create an account with your email Email Create Account Auburn University Crowdfunding FAQ About Privacy Policy Contact Us Powered by Scalefunder Terms

    Original URL path: https://rise.auburn.edu/settings/login (2016-02-12)
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  • Auburn University | From Troops to Tigers: New Scholarship Will Benefit Veterans
    December 04 at 09 00 AM CST Project Owners Donate Now Description Updates 7 Donor Wall From Troops to Tigers New Scholarship Will Benefit Veterans Help the Auburn Alumni Association create an endowed scholarship for U S military veterans to attend Auburn University Just think 5 000 people giving 5 each is all it would take to raise the 25 000 needed to endow a scholarship Together we can provide deserving U S military veterans a place in the Auburn Family and a chance to get a world class education Auburn University has been named a Military Friendly School by G I Jobs magazine for the past three years with recognition for being among the top 15 percent of schools nationwide that deliver the best experience for military students By creating a scholarship endowment for veterans the Auburn Alumni Association can make that great experience available to more of our veterans who desire to become a part of the Auburn Family Every gift matters When you support our veterans on Tiger Giving Day you are also supporting Auburn They ve served our country help us serve them Levels Choose a giving level 25 Bodda Getta Donor Rah Rah Rah Show

    Original URL path: https://rise.auburn.edu/project/1289 (2016-02-12)
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  • Auburn University | The Write Stuff: Library Needs New White Boards
    Needs New White Boards Here in Ralph Brown Draughon Library our main focus is making sure the Auburn University community has everything they need to succeed We have many tools to achieve that goal information resources comfortable study rooms plenty of electrical outlets markers computers but we can always use more white boards White boards are extremely popular in our library but we do not have nearly enough for all of the students who want them White boards allow our students to easily visualize their studies The white boards are also great for sharing ideas The boards are not only for definitions equations and graphs they are a way to let off steam and enjoy time spent in the library Their uses range from silly to essential and they are an integral part of RBD We need to raise at least 10 000 to buy 20 new white boards We would love your support in order to give resources to the students to help them succeed Any donation will help Thank you and War Eagle Levels Choose a giving level 25 Bodda Getta Donor Rah Rah Rah Show your love for Auburn with a 25 donation Contribute 25 75 Track

    Original URL path: https://rise.auburn.edu/project/1291 (2016-02-12)
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  • Auburn University | New Telescope Will Take Astronomy Program Out of This World
    CST Project Owners Donate Now Description Updates 1 Donor Wall New Telescope Will Take Astronomy Program Out of This World Currently astronomy students in the College of Sciences and Mathematics Department of Physics use eight reflecting telescopes that are stored in the Allison Laboratory and moved to the sidewalk outside the building for class The telescopes are put back in storage after class Plans to raze Allison Laboratory to make room for the new Academic Classrooms and Laboratory Complex will require the college to relocate the astronomy laboratory as well as the department to the Leach Science Center A new astronomical observation terrace atop this addition will enhance the learning experience for students interested in this popular area of science Furthermore it will be designed to help the college meet the changing learning styles of today s students while incorporating emerging technologies We hope to raise at least 10 000 for the purchase of one telescope for a new astronomy lab Because they will be permanently mounted the new telescopes will endure less wear from moving in and out of storage More sophisticated telescopes will also create possibilities for spectroscopic observations and data acquisition Levels Choose a giving level 25

    Original URL path: https://rise.auburn.edu/project/1287 (2016-02-12)
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  • Auburn University | Immediate Impact: Give to Auburn's Areas of Greatest Need
    you make a gift that will have an immediate impact on Auburn University Your gift on Tiger Giving Day will fund scholarships for our students allow Auburn to recruit and retain best in their field faculty enhance our academic research and outreach programs and modernize labs and classrooms with state of the art equipment Today is the day to show students that the entire Auburn Family is behind them every step of the way and that we are prepared to equip them with everything they will need for a lifetime of success Today is the day to assure faculty that we look to them to provide the world with real practical solutions and to guide challenge and inspire our students to do more Today is the day to enhance opportunities for our students our community our state and the world around us through Auburn s current and future programs Today is the day to create new quality facilities that are essential to maintaining the excellence for which Auburn is known and to preserve the iconic locations that make our campus feel like home Today is the day for every member of the Auburn Family to join together for the future

    Original URL path: https://rise.auburn.edu/project/1303 (2016-02-12)
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  • Auburn University | 3D Printing Prosthetics for Wounded Veterans
    who have lost all of a hand or foot or part of an arm or leg while serving in Iraq or Afghanistan Most of these were the result of injuries suffered from Improvised Explosive Devices IEDs and as this is one of the insurgents weapons of choice we can unfortunately expect for this number to continue to climb As you can imagine re learning to move function and live life after losing a limb is a challenge but here at Auburn faculty and students are teaming up to make that transition a little smoother For the past six years Scott Renner with the Center for Disability Research and Service and Jerrod Windham a professor in Industrial Design have built a partnership that connects students in Industrial Design and Rehabilitation to people facing challenges from disabilities Their focus designing and prototyping assistive technologies Not familiar with assistive technology You probably know someone who is If you wear glasses or contacts you benefit from assistive technology or AT AT is any device that helps its user to manage a physical limitation Prosthetic limbs also fit into this category And we would like to make prosthetics as comfortable and functional as glasses and contact lenses In 2011 thanks to a connection with Dr Joellen Sefton of the School of Kinesiology the group started working with veterans and quickly learned that a number of problems exist with the prosthetics available to those who have lost a limb They are heavy and cumbersome They may not function well and as a residual limb can change over time fit becomes an issue causing discomfort We think the men and women who served our country deserve something better and you can make that happen We would like to work with veterans facing these challenges and use modern

    Original URL path: https://rise.auburn.edu/project/1210 (2016-02-12)
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