SIX FACULTY EARN CSU’S HIGHEST HONOR

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CSU FACULTY EARN CSU’S HIGHEST HONOR

SIX COLORADO STATE faculty have earned the highest recognition awarded by the University: the title of University Distinguished Professor. The honor recognizes those faculty who have earned national and international distinction and are considered among the best in their fields of study. President Tony Frank in April announced the following new UDPs:

Manfred Diehl

A professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies known nationally and internationally for his work in gerontology and the psychology of aging.

Dan Estep

Chair and professor in the Department of Statistics, recognized for his research on the influence of uncertainty quantification for differential equations modeling biological, engineering, and physical systems.

Alan Knapp

One of the world’s most-respected ecosystems ecologists, who has compiled an exceptional career in teaching and research that stretches more than 35 years.

Keith Paustian

Internationally renowned professor of soil and crop sciences who has been an influential scholar in the field of carbon sequestration and global climate change.

A.R. Ravi-Ravishankara

One of the world’s leading scholars studying the chemistry of Earth’s atmosphere as it relates to stratospheric ozone, climate change, and regional air quality.

Ellen Wohl

A geo-sciences professor specializing in fluvial science and geo-morphology with an exceptional record of scholarly service worldwide.

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