Oral History Collection: Scott Cobourn Oral History

2019-02-23
University Archives #UA95-13
Creator(s)
Cobourn, Scott; Cobourn, Alston
Physical description
1 Items
Preferred Citation
Scott Cobourn Oral History. UA95-13. University Archives, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.
Repository
East Carolina University Archives
Access
The collection is open for research use.

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 information

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.


Scope and arrangement

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.


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This collection is a part of Oral History Collection