Prof. Patricia Terry receives inaugural Wisconsin Public Service Professorship in Engineering.
BY SUE BODILLY · AUGUST 25, 2021
College of Science, Engineering and Technology Dean John Katers presented Professor and Chair of the Richard School of Engineering, Patricia Terry, with the first Wisconsin Public Service Professorship in Engineering at 2021 Fall Convocation, August 25, 2021. In his introduction, Dean Katers said Prof. Terry’s “breadth, depth, and ongoing record of achievement is remarkable, in particular her leadership in the development of the Resch School of Engineering. Patricia has worked tirelessly to advance engineering programs at UW-Green Bay and is an outstanding example of someone with a record of achievement necessary for a named professorship.”
Through the generosity of friends, the University is able to award named professorships to support the scholarly work of outstanding faculty. See more about the honor, here.