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AURIC Fellowship for A. Dmytrejchuk

02/27/2014

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Merriwether Fellowship for S. Gathiaka

02/27/2014

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Promotions for G. Mills and J. Gorden

02/27/2014

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Associate Professor Dr. Doug Goodwin recognized by the ACS as a 2014 Outreach Volunteer of the Year

02/19/2014

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Curtiss wins COSAM Advisor Award

02/19/2014

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The COSAM Ph.D. Dean's Research Award for the 2013-2014 academic year Awarded to Branson Maynard

02/19/2014

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Comer Medal for Excellence in the Physical Sciences Awarded to Kristin Zuromski

02/19/2014

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The COSAM Undergraduate Dean's Research Award for the 2013-2014 Awarded to Ethan McCurdy

02/19/2014

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Outstanding Junior for the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry: John (Wesley) Nelson

02/19/2014

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Dean's Medalist for the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry: Spencer Kerns

02/19/2014

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Auburn University offers students intensive study-abroad and research opportunities in Costa Rica

02/14/2014

Auburn students interested in an intensive study-abroad program in one of the world’s most lush and adventure-filled locations can take advantage of the Organization for Tropical Studies, which owns and operates three biological field stations in Costa Rica: La Selva, Las Cruces and Palo Verde. OTS is a non-profit consortium that includes 63 universities and research institutions from the U.S., Latin America and Australia. Auburn University is the only school in the state that is a member of OTS, and since joining the consortium in 1987, Auburn students have had access to educational, research and funding opportunities in Costa Rica that are not available to non-member institutions.

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Stanbury, Zhan and Mansoorabadi IGP proposals approved

02/14/2014

Auburn students interested in an intensive study-abroad program in one of the world’s most lush and adventure-filled locations can take advantage of the Organization for Tropical Studies, which owns and operates three biological field stations in Costa Rica: La Selva, Las Cruces and Palo Verde. OTS is a non-profit consortium that includes 63 universities and research institutions from the U.S., Latin America and Australia. Auburn University is the only school in the state that is a member of OTS, and since joining the consortium in 1987, Auburn students have had access to educational, research and funding opportunities in Costa Rica that are not available to non-member institutions.

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