Auburn University - Glomerata Yearbook (Auburn, AL)

 - Class of 1958

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The Schoo The School of Agriculture graduates men with a knowledges of many varied fields. Today’s formers have to know more than just how to plow and harvest crops. The farmer is an engineer, accountant, conservationist. ana sanitation expert all rolled into one. He must fix tractors, keep records, save his soil, and keep his farm up to certain sanitary requirements. The School of Agriculture offers such varied subjects as: botany, dairying, animal and poultry husbandry. agronomy and soils, forestry, horticulture and entomology. The student’s choice of a subject is often a difficult one, but no mattor which ono is chosen the student will receive the best instruction possible. The Auburn graduate is sought by many of the top industries. Auburn's job is not just to turn out farmors. The undertaking is much greater than hat. The School of Agriculture exists for the purpose of training men to do more than farming as such. Agricultural engineering and agricultural administration are courses which train men for progressive and profitable careers as farmers or in industries which are indispensable to agriculture. The School of Agriculture has several bureaus closely allied with it. Tne bureaus assist the farmer who has not been able to acquire technical knowledge by going to college.



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The School All work offered n the School of Architecture end the Ar-s is for the development of creat've skill. By means of guided instruction the student is trained to develop a v'vid imagination and artistic ability. Biggin Hall, the most moccrn building cn campus, offers facilities for 700 students. Drafting and lecture rooms c ay modeling and interior design abs. an exhibit room, and on 8.000 volume library are available for student use. These facilities are in use far into the night as students display their interest and devotion 'o their work. There are few who have never heard of the ate lights in Biggin". The deportment of architecture is accredited by the Notiona Architectural Accreoiting Scare, endorsed by the American Institute o; Architects, and is a member of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Arcn'tecture. The Na iona; Association of Schools of Des'gns accredits the department of art. These accrediations make it possible for the groduate to receive recognition in his chosen field.

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