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Distinguished Professor Award

The Distinguished Professor Award recognizes outstanding scholarly and creative accomplishments and is the highest permanent recognition attainable by faculty at Ohio University. Recipients must have attained tenure and completed a minimum of five years of service at Ohio University.

Among the privileges granted to Distinguished Professors is the honor of annually naming an undergraduate student to receive a year's full-tuition scholarship, lifetime designation title of Distinguished Professor, a one-quarter paid research leave, stipend, and travel support.

The award, first given in 1959, is supported by an endowment provided by Edwin and Ruth Kennedy to the Baker Fund.

Ohio University to honor Distinguished Professor Steven Evans on March 16

Ohio University will honor Distinguished Professor Steven Evans on Wednesday, March 16, during the Distinguished Professor Portrait Unveiling and Lecture.

Students, faculty, staff, and area residents are invited to attend this special event in the Baker University Center Ballroom, beginning with a reception at 6:30 p.m. The formal event will begin at 7 p.m. The event will also be livestreamed at this link.

For more information, please see this OHIO News article.