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emeritus

Retired from an academic appointment but retaining, as an honorary title, that held before retirement. Used especially of professor.
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Habib-ur-Rehman as Professor Emeritus of the MUST is in the best interest of the University and the nation at large, they observed.
Peter Timmer, Professor Emeritus at Harvard University, discusses food security and it's relationship to the wider structural transformation of developing economies.
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our colleague Gilberto Paolini, Professor Emeritus at Tulane University.
Professor Najm held several teaching positions at International College (IC) and AUB where he served as Professor of Arabic Literature from 1964 to 1990 and was named Professor Emeritus in 1992.
LLP, and Mary Beth Armstrong, professor emeritus at Cal Poly State University, also will speak at the event.
Ramsey is Professor Emeritus from the University of Calgary where he taught and conducted research for 29 years.
Mauss, professor emeritus of sociology and religious studies at Washington State University, adds that the focus on promoting healthy families may be particularly attractive to African Americans.
The 2006 Gunnar Nicholson Gold Medal will be awarded to Nils Hartler, Professor Emeritus of the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.
Grant Goodman is an eighty-one-year-old professor emeritus of Asian history at the University of Kansas.
Two CSUN alumni and a professor emeritus were among recipients of the university's top volunteer honors at its annual Volunteer Service Awards ceremony earlier this month.
Arizona State University honors its Professor Emeritus on September 16-18 in Tempe.
He remains at Harvard as University Professor Emeritus and Curator of Entomology at the Museum of Comparative Zoology.

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