Detweiler earns professorship from Executive Vice Chancellor

Nov 16, 2018      By Nebraska Today

Carrick Detweiler
Carrick Detweiler

Computer Science and Engineering associate professor was one of six University of Nebraska–Lincoln professors who received named and university professorships from the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor during a celebration on Nov. 13.

“Professorships honor some of our most exceptional faculty. Their leadership on campus is changing lives every day,” said Donde Plowman, executive vice chancellor and chief academic officer. “These new medallions signify their scholarly accomplishments and I hope they will wear them with pride.”

The Susan J. Rosowski professorship was established in 2009 to recognize faculty at the associate professor level for contributions in research and teaching, exceptional promise for future excellence, and distinguished records of scholarship or creative activity. Rosowski was an Adele Hall Distinguished Professor of English at the university. Learn more about the recipients of this professorship.

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