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President Chapman awards endowed professorships to three professors

President Joseph A. Chapman has awarded 2009-11 endowed professorships to Mark McCourt, professor of psychology; Mark Meister; associate professor of communication; and Mark Sheridan, professor of biological sciences. Each recipient was selected because of his excellent achievement in all three areas of teaching, research and service.

McCourt is the recipient of the Dale Hogoboom Endowed Professorship Award for 2009-11. The professorship carries with it a salary stipend of $5,000 for each of the next two years and $1,300, also for two years, for expenditures related to academic endeavors.

Meister is the recipient of the Walter F. And Verna Gehrts Endowed Professorship Award. The Gehrts Endowed Professorship carries with it a salary stipend of $5,000 for each of the next two years and $1,300, also for two years, for expenditures related to academic endeavors.

Sheridan is the recipient of the Jordan A. Engberg Endowed Professorship Award for 2009-11. The professorship carries with it a salary stipend of $5,000 for each of the next two years and $2,000 also for two years, for expenditures related to academic endeavors.

Chapman said that all three professors were richly deserving of their award, noting that receiving the professorship is an indication of the highest esteem in which the recipient is held by his colleagues and the institution.


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