Cobourn, Scott, Oral History, (UA95-13)

University Archives #UA95-13

  • Descriptive Summary
    Title: Scott Cobourn Oral History
    Creator: Cobourn, Scott
    Cobourn, Alston
    Repository: East Carolina University Archives
    Language: English
    Extent: 1 Items,
  • Description

    Scott Cobourn discusses his experiences working in the Molecular Biology Department and earning a PhD in Molecular Biology at East Carolina University. He also discusses the growth of the medical campus.

  • Biographical / Historical Note

    Scott Cobourn was born June 6, 1956 in Sewickley, Pennsylvania and was raised in Salem, Ohio. After earning a BA from Hiram College, he worked at Rice University. He earned a Ph.D. ECU, Duke.

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    Preferred Citation

    Scott Cobourn Oral History. UA95-13. University Archives, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.

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