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Help your K-12 student gain STEM skills and share the tradition of the Iron Bowl

Aubie holding a sign that says AMSTI Iron Bowl

10/12/2021

STEM careers continue to grow in demand according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. High paying careers in STEM occupations with a median salary of $89,780 will grow by 10.5 percent through 2030. 

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Are ivory-billed woodpeckers extinct?

10/12/2021

Geoff Hill discusses the ivory-billed woodpecker being classified as extinct in this Auburn Expert piece. Hill was then quoted in articles in the Tampa Bay Times, the OA Now and the Auburn Villager.

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COSAM students make scientific contributions beyond this world

World Space Week

10/05/2021

Oct. 4-10 marks World Space Week 2021, and Auburn University’s College of Sciences and Mathematics (COSAM) is taking the opportunity to highlight standouts in the field.

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Faculty can apply for learning assistants for the spring 2022 semester

AULAP

10/05/2021

Learning assistants are undergraduate students that help facilitate students’ learning in the active learning classrooms.

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The impact of going beyond a ‘value-free’ biology curriculum with award from NSF

Cissy Ballen

10/05/2021

Two researchers in the Department of Biological Sciences at Auburn University are part of a research team testing the impacts of open-access resources for undergraduate classrooms that increase ideological awareness of aspiring scientists. Ultimately, they hope the materials encourage students to pursue additional education and future careers in STEM.  

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Department of Mathematics and Statistics receives $300K award from Department of Energy

Math equations on a blackboard with a photo of Yanzhao Cao

10/05/2021

Yanzhao Cao, Don Logan endowed chair in mathematics and Graduate Program Officer from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, received a $300,000 grant from the Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR) in the DOE’s Office of Science for the project Reliable and Efficient Machine Learning for Leadership Facility Scientific Data Analytics.

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Beat Week Giving Challenge

Beat Week

10/05/2021

Help us during the Beat Week Giving Challenge against Georgia! Make a gift to the College of Sciences and Mathematics from Oct. 4–9.

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