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SEPEEG virtual conference engages faculty and students across the nation

SEPEEG 2020

01/25/2021



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COSAM’s Office of Student Services welcomes students back

Students at the Welcome Back Breakfast

01/19/2021

“This a fun way to start off the morning,” said Victoria Weeks, a pre-optometry student in the College of Sciences and Mathematics (COSAM). “COSAM really is the best college at this university!”

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Join us for a discussion on data science

01/19/2021

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is hosting Data Science Seminars, which take place on a weekly basis each semester, and are aimed at speakers and participants from diverse academic and professional backgrounds. The goal is to give an opportunity to researchers from different domains to highlight the problems encountered when dealing with data (going from collection and processing to analysis) as well as the eventual solutions adopted.   Past seminars have involved researchers from Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science as well as from Medicine, Ecology, Astronomy and Industrial Engineering. We look forward to your talks and/or participation!   Location: Zoom   Day and Time: Thursday, January 28 from 2-2:50 p.m. (All future seminars will be held on Thursdays at 2 p.m.)   Seminar Speakers   For any questions, please contact Roberto Molinari (robmolinari@auburn.edu)

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Message from the Dean: Help us navigate the right track to return – January 2021 update

01/12/2021

To all COSAM Faculty, Staff, and Students,

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Don't miss the first Science Supper of 2021: “Understanding materials atom-by-atom”

January 26 Science Supper

01/12/2021

COSAM's Office of Outreach invites you to the first virtual Science Supper of 2021!

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Conservation and botany student elevates his Auburn experience finding extinct plants and seeking Alabama’s ‘plant wonders’

01/12/2021

In the College of Sciences and Mathematics (COSAM), students can elevate their experience at Auburn University. For Noah Yawn, he not only found a plant thought to be extinct, discovered a new location of a plant thought to be found only in one place, and also trekked through fast-moving water to see breathtaking, exotic lilies. And that was in addition to working at the Donald E. Davis Arboretum while completing coursework for a double major in integrative biology and geology with an anticipated graduation date of May 2022. “My good friend and mentor Alan Cressler and I rediscovered what was thought to be an extinct plant in Alabama, Berberis canadensis, the American Barberry,” Yawn explained. “The last time it was recorded was more than a half of a century ago, where it hadn’t been seen since despite extensive searching.”

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