October 27, 2016

Sally Camper honered as Distinguished University Professor

Distinguished University Professorships recognize full or associate professors for exceptional scholarly or creative achievement, national and international reputation, and superior teaching skills. Created in 1947, each professorship bears a name determined by the appointive professor in consultation with her or his dean. Each professorship also carries an annual salary supplement of $5,000 and an annual research supplement of $5,000. The duration of the appointment is unlimited, and the title — without the salary and research supplements — may be retained after retirement. In addition, newly appointed Distinguished University Professors are expected to deliver an inaugural lecture.

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Sally Camper

Sally Camper, Ph.D.

Margery Shaw Distinguished University Professor of Human Genetics
Professor of Internal Medicine
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