Noyes Awarded Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor
Dorothy Noyes was awarded the honorific title of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor. The Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professorship is an honorific title. This award serves to honor full professor colleagues who have excelled in teaching, service, and research/creative activity, and whose work has demonstrated significant impact on their fields, students, college and university, and/or the public. It is essential that such professorships be reserved for the most distinguished faculty. Therefore, no more than 10% of the total number of full professors in the College of Arts and Sciences may hold this title at any one time. Bravo, Dorry!