The McWhorter School of Building Science is committed to providing its faculty, staff and students with outstanding special programs that enable them to succeed with both their educational and career goals.
Construction Camp is offered to prospective students who are interested in the construction field. The program is a week-long workshop that teaches construction basics and how to integrate building design with site, climate, function, and green considerations.
This following pages include concrete community service projects done for Structures III in the Building Science Curriculum. If any past or present AU Building Science Students wish to add a link to their project on the Building Science website or have their project added to this page, e-mail BSCIweb@auburn.edu.
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One of the three missions of Auburn University is Outreach. The School of Building Science at Auburn University highly values the close relationship it has held for over fifty years with the construction industry.
If you would like to schedule an interview date, please contact Cassandra Calloway at 334-844-5314 or firstname.lastname@example.org
. View the BSCI Interview Calendar
Building Science study abroad offers opportunities for students to participate in a traveling classroom setting. The program has recently travelled to South America, Europe and China. Other locations are possible depending on the faculty proposals. Students are typically offered this opportunity during the summer term of the senior year and will receive course credit for BSCI-4990 and BSCI-4850.
Grad Program Open House
Each fall prospective students are invited to CADC for a Graduate Program Open House. Attendees will be able to talk with graduate students and faculty from all of the School of Architecture’s Graduate Programs: Building Construction, Community Planning, Landscape Architecture, Industrial Design, and Integrated Design & Construction. The program includes presentations about each of the programs, tours and a lunch. Attendees must register to be able to attend the luncheon.
CADC Fall Banquet
Awards Banquet honoring students, faculty and alumni.
Every October the AIAS sponsors the CADC Annual Pumpkin Carve. Students and the public are invited to participate in carving pumpkins, face painting, cookie decorating, games and other community activities including a children’s costume contest.
Shows and Exhibitions
Throughout the year exhibitions and shows are held in the Dudley Gallery and the Biggin Hall Gallery. Please view our calendar of events for upcoming events.
Every Spring and Fall The McWhorter School of Building Science invites our industry partners to participate in a Career Fair. For more information or if you would like to schedule interviews, please contact Cassandra Calloway at 334.844.5314 or email@example.com.
The annual Building Construction Camp is open to teens (9th-12th graders) considering a career in architecture or building science. Students in this camp will learn construction basics and how to integrate building design with site, climate, function, and “green” considerations. Each day will include instruction by faculty in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction as well as hands-on activities. Participants stay and dine on-campus. In addition, students will participate in social and recreational activities.
Spring Banquet and Golf Tournament
Awards banquet for students and alumni as well as corporate sponsors. Golf Tournament is sponsored by Sigma Lambda Chi for industry, alumni and students.