Eligibility: Associate Professor
The Susan J. Rosowski Professorship recognizes faculty at the associate professor level for their contributions in research or teaching, who show exceptional promise for future excellence, and who have achieved distinguished records of scholarship or creative activity. The five-year, one-time appointment professorship carries a $3,000 annual stipend.
The Rosowski Professorship is named in honor of the late Susan J. Rosowski (1942-2004), who at the time of her death was the Adele Hall Distinguished Professor of English at UNL. She established the (Willa) Cather Project, and was general editor for the scholarly edition of Cather's works published by the University of Nebraska Press, a multi-volume project. Rosowski is credited with igniting renewed regional, national and international interest in Willa Cather's works. Rosowski was an award-winning author and well-respected teacher and scholar. A Kansas native, Rosowski received her B.A. from Whittier College and her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Arizona. In 2004, she received the University of Nebraska's Outstanding Research and Creative Activity Award.
|2016||Mehmet Can Vuran||Computer Science & Engineering|
|2016||Kathleen Rudasill||Educational Psychology|
|2015||Jinsong Huang||Mechanical & Materials Engineering|
|2015||Jun Wang||Earth & Atmospheric Sciences|
|2013||Myra Cohen||Computer Science & Engineering|
|2013||Jay Storz||School of Biological Sciences|
|2011||Tracy Frank||Earth & Atmospheric Sciences|
|2010||Vinodchandran Variyam||Computer Science & Engineering|