COSAM’s Scott Santos, Distinguished Alumnus
“Scott Santos was an outstanding graduate student at the University of Buffalo,” explains Dr. Gerald B. Koudelka, associate dean for Research & Sponsored Programs, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Buffalo. “He was a pioneer to help the department eliminate boundaries to work across disciplines and is setting the standard extremely high for the next generation of Distinguished Alumni.”
Dr. Scott Santos was recognized as a Distinguished Alumnus on October 18, 2018, by the Department of Biological Sciences at the University at Buffalo in New York. As the current Chair of the Department of Biological Sciences in the College of Sciences and Mathematics (COSAM), Dr. Santos spoke at an invited seminar entitled “Islands in the Sea: Population endemism, genomic biology and physiological ecology in tropical ecosystems.”
“It is a great and unexpected honor to be recognized as a Distinguished Alumnus by the University at Buffalo’s Department of Biological Sciences and allowed me to share with both old and new acquaintances the exciting research my laboratory is conducting in COSAM at Auburn University,” shares Dr. Santos.
The seminar was hosted by Dr. Jerry Koudelka, Associate Dean for Research & Sponsored Programs in the College of Arts & Sciences, University at Buffalo.
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