Duke Announces 2015 Distinguished Professors

Duke recognized 23 members of its faculty at an April 30 dinner.

Duke University has awarded distinguished professorships to 19 members of its faculty. Another four were inducted into the Bass Society of Fellows for Excellence in Teaching and Research.The professors were recognized at an April 30 dinner at the American Tobacco Campus in Durham.The recipients were as follows:Trinity Arts & SciencesSusan C. Alberts, Robert F. Durden Professor of BiologyMark Antliff, Mary Grace Wilson Professor of Art, Art History, & Visual StudiesVincent Conitzer, Arts & Sciences Professor of Computer ScienceKatherine Hayles, James B. Duke Professor of LiteraturePriscilla Wald, R. Florence Brinkley Professor of EnglishFuqua School of BusinessFernando G. Bernstein, Bob J. White Professor of Business AdministrationEdmund T. Pratt, Jr. School of EngineeringNirmala Ramanujam, Robert W. Carr, Jr. Professor of Biomedical EngineeringSchool of LawSamuel W. Buell, Bernard M. Fishman Professor of LawMargaret H. Lemos, Robert G. Seaks Professor of LawSchool of MedicineHashim M. Al-Hashimi, James B. Duke Professor of BiochemistryJames A. Blumenthal, J.P. Gibbons Professor of Psychiatry Donald P. Frush, John Strohbehn Professor of RadiologyAllan D. Kirk, David C. Sabiston, Jr. Professor of SurgeryRichard J. O'Brien, Disque D. Deane University Professor of NeurologyErik K. Paulson, Robert J. Reeves Professor of RadiologyMichael L. Platt, Lawrence C. Katz Professor of NeurobiologyAnn M. Reed, William Cleland Professor of PediatricsCynthia A. Toth, Joseph A. C. Wadsworth Professor of OphthalmologySchool of NursingMarion E. Broome, Ruby Wilson Professor of NursingBass ProfessorsLee D. Baker, Mrs. Alexander Hehmeyer Professor of Cultural AnthropologyGary G. Bennett, Bishop-MacDermott Family Professor of Psychology and NeuroscienceRobert Mitchell, Marcello Lotti Professor of English Philip J. Stern, Sally Dalton Robinson Associate Professor of History