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Welcome From the College of Sciences and Mathematics

One role of the Development Office is to serve as a means for College of Sciences and Mathematics (COSAM) alumni to reconnect with their alma mater, former classmates, and professors.  These alumni live down the street, across the nation, and around the world.  What they have in common is a love for, and dedication to, Auburn University and COSAM, as well as their belief and support of our educational mission. 

The loyalty and commitment of alumni, parents, and friends who give to the college is, and always will be, essential to our continued growth and progress.  Our donors provide COSAM with reliable resources from private donations to help fund student scholarships, faculty support, technology, tutoring centers, lectureships, research, and other special projects.  Alumni and friends who support COSAM ensure the continued enhancement of our academic programs.  Ways in which you can support COSAM, include:

Join the Dean's Society
Establish a scholarship fund in your name or a loved one's name
Establish a professorship in memory or in honor of a favorite professor
Remember the college in your estate plans
Be a sponsor for the Dean's Scholarship Golf Classic
Contact your friends and ask them to give!

Please contact the Office of Development with any questions about how you can become part of the COSAM family.  We ask you to join us in building on the qualities that made Auburn University and the College of Sciences and Mathematics special for you.

Best wishes, and War Eagle!

Give to COSAM!

Tammy Hartwell

Tammy Beck Hartwell '81
Development Manager

(334) 844-1449

Sherri Rowton

Sherri Rowton '90
Development Officer
(334) 844-1235

Ashley Underwood

Ashley Underwood
Development Associate
(334) 844-2931

Corinne Staheli

Corinne Staheli
Development Coordinator
(334) 844-8645

Francis Harvey

Frances Harvey
Development Coordinator
(334) 844-7780

Group photo of the 2018 COSAM Development team in front of the SCC Building

Last Updated: 07/13/2018