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Lin recipient of Jack R. Brown Award

10/17/2017

Dr. Junshan Lin is selected to be the recipient of the 2017-2019 Jack B. Brown Endowed Faculty Award with unanimous support from the 2017-2019 Jack B. Brown Endowed Faculty Award Committee and the approval from Dean Giordano.

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DMS Graduate Student Awards

10/27/2017

Congratulations to the following graduate students for their outstanding achievements.

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Salako receives 2017 Frank Sturm Award

10/20/2017

Rachidi Salako is the recipient of the 2017 Frank Sturm Graduate Student Service/Outreach Award. The award certificate will be presented at the end-of-year gathering on Friday, December 8, 2017.

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Combing through history: Auburn University leads multi-institutional team of scientists who provide more proof that comb jellies are at the base of the animal kingdom

10/11/2017

Rachidi Salako is the recipient of the 2017 Frank Sturm Graduate Student Service/Outreach Award. The award certificate will be presented at the end-of-year gathering on Friday, December 8, 2017.

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COSAM names 2017 Distinguished Alumnus, Dr. James William Ott

10/11/2017

Dr. James William “Jim” Ott was recognized as the 2017 COSAM Distinguished Alumnus. Ott received a bachelor’s degree from Auburn University in mathematics in 1965 and a doctorate in mathematics in 1969. His career began with Triangle Universities Computation Center, where he developed software for educational computers shared by Duke University, the University of North Carolina, and North Carolina State University. At the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Ott was an adjunct professor in the Department of Computer Science. In 1982, Ott founded Triangle Systems, Inc., developing software for IBM mainframe computer systems. Presently, he continues to oversee the company. 

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Couch awarded Distinguished Faculty Teaching Fellowship at Lamar University

10/05/2017

Dr. James William “Jim” Ott was recognized as the 2017 COSAM Distinguished Alumnus. Ott received a bachelor’s degree from Auburn University in mathematics in 1965 and a doctorate in mathematics in 1969. His career began with Triangle Universities Computation Center, where he developed software for educational computers shared by Duke University, the University of North Carolina, and North Carolina State University. At the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Ott was an adjunct professor in the Department of Computer Science. In 1982, Ott founded Triangle Systems, Inc., developing software for IBM mainframe computer systems. Presently, he continues to oversee the company. 

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