Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

CSE Professorship Awards

Distinguished University Professorships recognize exceptional scholarly and/or creative achievement, national and international reputation, and superior teaching skills. Each professorship is given a name determined by the faculty member in consultation with the Dean.

College of Engineering Professorships recognize scholars of national and international acclaim, and are one of the highest honors the College can bestow on a member of its faculty. They are named after either a specific donor, or given a name determined by the Dean.

Arthur F. Thurnau Professorships recognize faculty for outstanding contributions to undergraduate education. Their commitment to undergraduate teaching has had a demonstrable impact on the intellectual development and lives of their students.

YearNameAward Name
2012Ackerman, MarkGeorge Herbert Mead Collegiate Professor of Human-Computer Interaction
2007Chen, PeterArthur F. Thurnau Professorship
2002Hayes, JohnClaude E. Shannon Endowed Professorship in Engineering Science
2016Hero, AlfredJohn H. Holland Distinguished University Professor of EECS
2009Jagadish, H.V.Bernard A. Galler Collegiate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
2008Laird, JohnJohn L. Tishman Professorship of Engineering
2003Mudge, TrevorBredt Family Professorship in Engineering
2015Najafi, KhalilPeter & Evelyn Fuss Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering
2006Najafi, KhalilSchlumberger Professor of Engineering
1999Najafi, KhalilArthur F. Thurnau Professorship
2005Neuhoff, DavidJoseph E. and Anne P. Rowe Professor of Electrical Engineering
2001Shin, KangKevin and Nancy O'Connor Professorship of Computer Science
2002Soloway, ElliotArthur F. Thurnau Professorship
2016Wellman, MichaelLynn A. Conway Professorship of Computer Science
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