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Murphy Selected to Join Keystone Academy of Distinguished Professors

Murphy Selected to Join Keystone Academy of Distinguished Professors

Dr. Thomas E. Murphy
Dr. Thomas E. Murphy

Prof. Thomas E. Murphy was one of six faculty members selected this summer to Keystone: The Clark School Academy of Distinguished Professors.

Keystone professors make a commitment to improving the quality of education provided in the school’s most fundamental engineering courses, such as 'Introduction to Engineering Design" (ENES 100). By ensuring students the best learning experiences early on, Keystone professors aim to improve student retention and graduation rates.

Keystone professors receive a renewable three-year appointment that includes a base salary increase, discretionary funds to support the recipient's activities, and additional support personnel.

To learn more about the Clark School's Keystone Academy of Distinguished Professors and the program's creation, please visit the Clark School website.

August 1, 2008


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