Luther and Alice Hamlett Professorship
The four-year Luther and Alice Hamlett Professorship provides support for an outstanding faculty member who holds the rank of associate or full professor, and whose work supports the Academy.
Mark Embree, Department of Mathematics, Computational Modeling and Data Analytics. He leads the CMDA program and has developed several courses in the curriculum, including a senior capstone project program in which student teams tackle open-ended modeling and analytics challenges from industrial and academic partners.
Luther and Alice Hamlett Junior Faculty Fellowships
The Luther and Alice Hamlett Junior Faculty Fellowship was established in the College of Science through a bequest from the estate of the late Luther J. Hamlett (’45, biology).
Frank Aylward, Department of Biological Sciences. His research focuses on microbial ecology and diversity, and genomics and metagenomics, with his work appearing in journals such as Nature Microbiology and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Eileen Martin, Department of Mathematics, Computational Modeling and Data Analytics. Her research spans data-intensive high-performance computing, imaging science, inverse problems, signal processing, and data science for physical sciences.
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