Green Dot Coming to Auburn!

Green Dot, etc. is an organization built on the premise that we can measurably and systematically reduce violence within any given community. We believe current research across disciplines, in combination with lessons learned from history, provides nearly all of the necessary puzzle pieces to create a successful model of violence prevention. Given this foundation of knowledge, we believe any group, committed to equipping themselves with the necessary skills and willing to let go of historically ineffective approaches, has the capacity to implement a successful violence prevention strategy. Though the primary mission of Green Dot, etc. is the reduction of power-based personal violence, we also recognize the inextricable link between effective prevention and effective intervention. As such, Green Dot, etc. includes, within its mission, the strengthening of intervention services and strategies across forms of violence. For more information log onto Green Dot.

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Beat The Heat

You could make the difference between life and death for those

unwillingly trapped inside a vehicle.

Like us on Facebook to learn more about Beat The Heat, Check the Backseat!

If you'd like to donate to the campaign you can do so through the Auburn University Fund  sending your check made out to:

Auburn University Foundation (AUF)

Office of Development
College of Veterinary Medicine
317 S. College Street
Auburn, AL 36849-5517

In the memo line, designate “Staff Council Educational Campaigns”. 

Cancer Facts for Women

The cancers that most often affect women are breast, colon, endometrial, lung, cervical, skin, and ovarian cancers. Knowing about these cancers and what you can do to prevent them or find them early (when they are small and easier to treat) may help save your life. For more click here

Alabama Extension and WSFA-TV Partner in Emergency Handbook

AUBURN, Alabama—Every Alabama family needs to prepare for severe weather. In a single year, the gamut of extreme weather may range from tornadoes in the spring to violent thunderstorms and flash flooding in the summer to fall hurricanes and ice storms in the winter.

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System has a new iBook to help families, businesses and communities prepare for storms and clean up after they pass. The Emergency Handbook is a comprehensive resource for emergency planning, preparation and storm recovery. It is available as a free download from iBooks and online at