Minority Achievement Award
Thank you for your support of our great faculty and staff. This award honors an individual of any race or ethnic background whose efforts have attracted minority students to AU and/or whose efforts have contributed to the success, retention and graduation rates of minority students at AU. Additionally, this award honors an individual who has contributed to improved race relations and fostered a sense of community within the university. The recipient will be presented $1,000 and a plaque.
Nominations for the 2015 Minority Achievement Award are now open. Click here to download the form.
2014 Minority Achievement Award Winner
Robin Sabino | Website
English, College of Liberal Arts
Robin Sabino is a Professor at in the English Department at Auburn University where she directs the Department’s Undergraduate Studies Program. She is also the Director of the Africana Studies Program in the College of Liberal Arts. Her research focuses on language contact, variation and change. Ongoing projects include exploration of variationist models, multilingualism, continued development self-instructional materials for Tsalagi, and a descriptive study of monophthongization in Apalachicola, FL. Recent publications include Language Contact in the Danish West Indies: Giving Jack His Jacket (Brill 2012) and “The A-curve and Personally Patterned Variation: More Tools for Investigating Language Variation and Change” (American Speech).
The Auburn Alumni Association recognizes one Minority Achievement Award recipient each year.
College of Liberal Arts
College of Education
Dr. Carla Jackson Bell
College of Architecture Design and Construction
Curtis M. Jolly
Juan E. Gilbert
Computer Science & Software Engineering
Vivian M. Larkin
Rehabilitation andSpecial Education
Discrete and Statistical Sciences
Dennis W. Weatherby
Minority Engineering Program