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18-DREL-CHRM0098 (Simple text update)
Project: CLAS Term Professorships Update - Unit Request - part 1 (18022159-AWEBU-DREL-CLASTermProfessorshipsUpdate-UnitRequest-part)

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Megan Christopherson
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Jason Phenicie

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The CLAS Dean's Office would like to update the current recipient information for the Colonel Allan R. and Margaret G. Crow Term Professorship. Below is the list of recipients for AY 2017-2018: * Jason Blackburn, Geography * Nina Caputo, History * Aida Hozic, Political Science * Julia Graber, Psychology * David Hackett, Religion * Rebecca Kimball, Biology * Laura Levett, Sociology and Criminology & Law * Andrew Zimmerman, Geological Sciences

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-- [FEB-19-18 Jason Phenicie] -------------- Good afternoon Megan, This page has been updated as requested. Best, Jason
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