COSAM Today is a newsletter that provides alumni and friends of the Auburn University College of Sciences and Mathematics, or COSAM, with a smart way to stay on top of the latest news and updates from the college.

Tuesday, November 05, 2019


Message from Dean Giordano – November 2019

Learn about new programs and initiatives to help improve the College of Sciences and Mathematics including a nursing room, town hall meetings, training opportunities, and more. Read the November message from Dean Giordano.  


COSAM Physicist Wins Air Force’s Young Investigator Research Program Award for $450,000

“Our goal is to design atomic-scale structures that combine the best aspects of two different oxide materials and engineer the materials to complement each other so that we can enable devices for high-speed electronic devices,” explained Dr. Comes. Read about this grant that has been awarded to Auburn University for the very first time


2019 Award for Outstanding Alumni Achievement Presented to Audrey Goins Cormier

Auburn alumna Audrey Goins Cormier received the 2019 Award for Outstanding Alumni Achievement in COSAM at Black Alumni Weekend. Find out more about this alumna who had an incredible career for 39 years at the Chevron Corporation


COSAM Professor Discovers New Fish Genus, Species

“These places are just a few dots spread around the periphery of the Amazon basin and the reason why some of these discoveries haven’t been made is people haven’t been there,” Dr. Armbruster said. Learn about his latest research


Schenck Selected as a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society

Dr. Henry “Hal” Schenck has been selected as a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society. Check out this honor and see more about the first Rosemary Kopel Brown Eminent Scholars Chair in Mathematics


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