COSAM Today

COSAM Today is a newsletter that provides alumni and friends of the Auburn University College of Sciences and Mathematics, or COSAM, with a smart way to stay on top of the latest news and updates from the college.

Tuesday, October 23, 2018



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Auburn University Awarded Traditional Section 6 Funding for Plant Life

Auburn University Awarded Traditional Section 6 Funding for Plant Life

Auburn University’s Department of Biological Sciences is the recipient of two grants for the endangered green pitcher plant and a federally threatened species, the white fringeless orchid. Auburn University is one of the first in the entire state of Alabama to receive traditional Section 6 funding for plant life. Learn more about how this team of dedicated professionals is making a difference in our community for upcoming generations.


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COSAM Enhances Training for Students at Auburn University

COSAM Enhances Training for Students at Auburn University

The UMB4AU Foundation raised funding to provide a new training tool for COSAM students, a synthetic cadaver. Find out more about this exciting opportunity for pre-health students at Auburn University


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Author Mary Helen Brown Signs Books at Leadership Council Luncheon

Author Mary Helen Brown Signs Books at Leadership Council Luncheon

Local author Mary Helen Brown taught at Auburn University for 30 years and penned her first novel, Headed for Home. See photos of the author as she made a special appearance signing books at a COSAM’s Leadership Council luncheon.


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COSAM Hosts Robotics Competition in Gulf Shores, Alabama

COSAM Hosts Robotics Competition in Gulf Shores, Alabama

Check out photos from a VEX Robotics Competition that was held for local students to qualify for the VEX Robotics State Competition.

 


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Understanding the Evolution of Animals: It All Starts with Comb Jellies

Understanding the Evolution of Animals: It All Starts with Comb Jellies

In the latest issue of Journey magazine, read about how Dr. Ken Halanych works on “understanding some of the earliest animal lineages” and the “early evolution of animal life on this planet” in his lab. Read the article online.



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