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Bar-Cohen Named Distinguished University Professor

Bar-Cohen Named Distinguished University Professor

Professor Avram Bar-Cohen, Chair and professor of mechanical engineering, has been appointed as a Distinguished University Professor in recognition of his work in the thermal management of electronic systems.

Distinguished University Professors are selected from faculty who have been recognized nationally and internationally for the importance of their scholarly and/or creative achievements and who have demonstrated the breadth of interest characteristically encompassed by the traditional role of scholar, teacher, and public servant.

Earlier this year, Prof. Howard M. Milchberg, electrical and computer engineering and the Institute for Physical Science and Technology, was selected as a University Distinguished Scholar-Teacher.

Both will receive their awards at a convocation ceremony in the University’s Memorial Chapel on September 21, at 3 p.m

July 15, 2005


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