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Amanda Holland ACS DIC Undergraduate Award in Inorganic Chemistry

01/21/2016

Recent alumna Amanda Holland was Auburn’s recipient of the ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry’s Undergraduate Award in Inorganic Chemistry. http://acsdic.org/wordpress/awards/dic-student-awards/undergraduate/

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Kim and Erickson selected as co-recipients of the 2015 Andrew C. Connor Memorial Award

01/14/2016

Mr. Doyon Kim and  Mr. Nick Erickson are selected to be the co-recipients of the 2015 Andrew C. Connor Memorial Award. The Selection Committee felt that both candidates have exceptional and extraordinary achievements.

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COSAM exceeds Tiger Giving Day goal

01/05/2016

The College of Sciences and Mathematics’ Tiger Giving Day project was fully funded by 69 people who contributed more than $10,000 in 24 hours.

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Tam gives lectures/colloquia in China and develops joint programs

01/05/2016

The College of Sciences and Mathematics’ Tiger Giving Day project was fully funded by 69 people who contributed more than $10,000 in 24 hours.

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Tam invited to speak at ICMAA

01/05/2016

The College of Sciences and Mathematics’ Tiger Giving Day project was fully funded by 69 people who contributed more than $10,000 in 24 hours.

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Fighting terrorism in the lab: COSAM chemist works to minimize detrimental effects of radioactive materials

01/04/2016

A rise in global terrorism in past decades has led to increased preparedness by first responders, especially with respect to the threat of radiologic terrorism. A terrorist attack involving radioactive materials, or any radiation accident for that matter, requires first responders to quickly and efficiently detect and identify harmful agents. Experts are consistently inventing new and better methods of detection, and on the front line of this effort is Anne Gorden, associate professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.

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