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More details on professorship honors for Aldrete, Davis, Howe

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Among the many highlights of Tuesday’s Faculty/Staff Convocation were the presentation of prestigious named professorships to three distinguished UW-Green Bay faculty members. What’s the story behind the story? Who are the honorees, what are their credentials, and what’s a named professorship? A trio of press releases, with photos, explains it all.
• Historian Gregory Aldrete of Humanistic Studies received the Frankenthal Professorship
• Mathematician Gregory Davis of Natural and Applied Sciences was awarded the Barbara Hauxhurst Cofrin Professorship of Natural Sciences
• Biologist Robert Howe of Natural and Applied Sciences was presented the Herbert Fisk Johnson Professorship in Environmental Studies

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