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The G.A. Taft Manufacturing Engineering Endowed Professorship is designed to allow UW-Stout to attract and retain high-quality engineering faculty, as well as to provide significant leverage for the recipient to seek additional matching funds, grants, industry contracts, and recognitions.
The individual chosen for
the professorship will provide impetus for continued success of the
manufacturing engineering program, will be knowledgeable in production
systems and techniques, and further develop the manufacturing
drawing upon opportunities presented by partnerships in industry and higher education. Example areas of current importance include the continuous improvement process for accreditation, remote programs, professional development related to manufacturing engineering, support of research and dissemination of results in manufacturing engineering, and establishment of new transfer agreements.
The professorship is for a three-year term, currently providing approximately $8,000 per year, according to endowment balance.
The Fulton and Edna Holtby Endowed Manufacturing Engineering Chair(s) will be awarded to a member(s) of the faculty in recognition of outstanding ability and promise. This award will provide support for the recipient’s(s') professional activities. Faculty from the manufacturing engineering program, and faculty from related fields who are participating in the manufacturing engineering program, are eligible. In addition, industry leaders from manufacturing engineering may receive the professorship in conjunction with a university teaching or research appointment.
The person(s) awarded the Fulton and Edna Holtby Endowed Manufacturing Engineering Chair shall carry the title for three years, but consecutive appointments may be considered. The funds will be used for activities related to the purpose of this Chair, including research, purchase of equipment, course development, and/or professional development, stipend, buyout for release time, capital equipment, services and supplies, and travel. Note that fringe benefits must be paid from the account when used for stipend and/or buyout for release time. Approximately $50,000 per year is available.
The Lenore Landry Endowed Apparel Design/ Manufacturing Professorship is designed to allow UW-Stout the ability to attract and retain high-quality apparel design faculty/staff, as well as to provide significant leverage for the recipient to seek additional matching funds, grants, industry contracts, and recognitions to pursue research or special projects
related to the apparel design and development program. Applicants for this professorship should be knowledgeable in clothing and textile design techniques, processes, and systems. Approximately $7,000 per year is available, and typically it is a three-year appointment.
The Hans Timper Chair of Construction Leadership will be awarded/designated to the individual serving the role of Program Director of the Construction Program at UW-Stout. This endowed chair comes with the purpose of leading the program and department toward excellence in the classroom and preparing graduates to be successful leaders in industry.
The Hans Timper Chair of Construction Leadership specifically provides leadership in areas of program
administration, curriculum, personnel, and guiding the vision of the program which is to be a world class source of architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals, through teaching, research, scholarship, service, and partnerships with business and industry. The person awarded the Hans Timper Chair of Construction Leadership shall carry the title for three years. Approximately $18,000 per year is available.
CSTEMM's professorship recipients can be found here.
Requests for clarification or questions may be directed to the Office of
the Dean of the College of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Management, at 715-232-4053.