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A Descriptive Analysis of the
Presidential Faculty Fellows Program:

Contributions to Science and Engineering
through Leadership in Research and Teaching

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Executive Summary
I. Introduction
II. Characteristics of PFF Program
III. Impact of PFF Program
IV. Summary and Conclusions
Appendix A: Tenure-Track Faculty Who Received a PFF Grant
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Appendix A:
Tenure-Track Faculty Who
Received a PFF Grant

Presidential Faculty Fellows by Name
1992

NAME
INSTITUTION
DISCIPLINE
Chiye Aoki New York University Neurosciences
Morton Barlaz NC State University Environmental Engineering
Wolfgang Bauer Michigan State University Nuclear Physics
Gary Bernstein University of Notre Dame Electrical Engineering
Shira Broschat Washington State University Electrical Engineering
Carlos Castillo-Chavez Cornell University Applied Mathematics
David Culler University of CA-Berkeley Computer Architecture
Aaron Ellison Mount Holyoke College Marine Ecology
Jose Escobar Cornell University Mathematics
Erich Everbach Swarthmore College Mechanical Engineering
Lance Fortnow University of Chicago Computer Science
Susan Foster University of Arkansas (not available)
Peyman Givi SUNY-Buffalo Electrical Engineering
Louis Guido Yale University Electrical Engineering
Robert Hamers University of WI-Madison Chemistry
Lars Hernquist University of CA-Santa Cruz Astronomy/Astrophysics
Chris Jacobsen SUNY-Stony Brook X-Ray Optics
James Kadonaga University of CA-San Diego Biochemistry/Genetics
Louise Kellogg University of CA-Davis Geophysics
Mark Law University of Florida Computer Engineering
Mary Lowe Loyola University (not available)
Emir Macari Georgia Inst. of Tech. Civil Engineering
John Mitani University of Michigan Anthropology
Gerard Parkin Columbia University Chemistry
Theodore Rappaport VPI Computer Engineering
Rebecca Richards-Kortum University of TX-Austin Biomedical Engineering
Athan Shaka University of CA-Irvine Physical Chemistry
David T. Yue Johns Hopkins University Biomedical Engineering
Lucy Ziurys Arizona State University (not available)
David Zumbrunnen Clemson University Mechanical Engineering

Presidential Faculty Fellows by Name
1993

NAME
INSTITUTION
DISCIPLINE
Claire Aelion University of South Carolina Environmental Engineering
Joy Bergelson University of Chicago Ecology
Joel Blum Dartmouth College Geochemistry
Ronald Brisbois Hamline University Organic Chemistry
Ingrid Burke Colorado State University Ecosystem Ecology
Siu-Wai Chan Columbia University Materials Engineering
John Coulter Lehigh University Mechanical Engineering
Soura Dasgupta University of Iowa Systems Theory
Joseph DeSimone University of NC-Chapel Hill Polymer Chemistry
Brian Fabien University of Washington Mechanical Engineering
Ephrahim Garcia Vanderbilt University Dynamic Systems/Controls
Raymond Goldstein Princeton University Physics
Anne Grauer Loyola University Physical Anthropology
Wassim Haddad Florida Inst. of Tech. Mechanical Engineering
John Hamer Purdue University Molecular Genetics
Chung-Chieh Kuo University of Southern CA Scientific Computing
Thomas Kurfess Georgia Inst. of Tech. Mechanical Engineering
Hilary Lackritz Purdue University Chemical Engineering
Gilles Laurent CA Institute of Tech. Neurosciences
Susan McConnell Stanford University Developmental Neurobiology
Lenore Mullin University of MO-Rolla Computer Science
Margaret Murnane Washington State University Physics
Bruce Novak University of CA-Berkeley Polymer Chemistry
Robin Pemantle University of WI-Madison Mathematics
Zorana Popovic University of CO-Boulder Electrical Engineering
Jerry Prince Johns Hopkins University Biology
Stuart Shieber Harvard University Computer Science
Louis Tassinary Texas A&M University Psychophysiology
Quentin Williams University of CA-Santa Cruz Geophysics
Cheng Zhu Georgia Institute of Tech. Bioengineering

Presidential Faculty Fellows by Name
1994

NAME
INSTITUTION
DISCIPLINE
Sunil Agrawal Ohio University Mechanical Engineering
Thomas Anderson University of CA-Berkeley Computer Operating Systems
Brian Bershad University of Washington Computer Science/Engineering
Christopher Bowman University of CO-Boulder Chemical Engineering
Collin Leslie Broholm The Johns Hopkins University Physics
Curt Burgess University of CA-Riverside Cognitive Psychology
C.J. Chang-Hasnain Stanford University Electrical and Communications Systems
Gregory Chirikjian Johns Hopkins University Mechanical Engineering
James Clark Duke University Botany
Marcelo Gleiser Dartmouth College Physics
Andrew Granville University of Georgia Mathematics
Leslie Kaelbing Brown University Computer Science
Jon Kellar SD School of Mines/Tech Metallurgical Engineering
Bradley Lehman Mississippi State University Electrical Engineering
Jennifer Lewis University of IL-Champaign Materials Science
Yilu Liu VPI Electrical Engineering
Markus Meister Harvard University Neurobiology
Jun Ni University of Michigan Manufacturing Engineering
Chikaodinaka Nwankpa Drexel University Power Systems
Derrick Rollins Iowa State University Chemical Engineering/Statistics
David Schatz Yale University Immunobiology
Caro-Beth Stewart SUNY-Albany Molecular Evolution/Biochemistry
Lars Stole University of Chicago Economics
Lori Todd University of NC-Chapel Hill Environmental Sciences
Alan Willner University of Southern CA Electrical Engineering
Astar Winoto University of CA-Berkeley Molecular Biology
Peter Wipf University of Pittsburgh Chemistry
Charles Woodward University of Wyoming Physics/Astronomy
Xiao-Hai Yan University of Delaware Ocean Remote Sensing
John Zhang New York University Theoretical Chemistry

Presidential Faculty Fellows by Name
1995

NAME
INSTITUTION
DISCIPLINE
Christina L. Bloebaum SUNY-Buffalo Computer-Integrated Design Engineering
Margaret Carreiro Fordham University Ecology
Noel T. Clemens University of Texas-Austin Thermal Systems
Maria R. Coleman University of Arkansas Chemical Engineering
Xing-Wang Deng Yale University Molecular/Plant Ecology
Charalabos C. Doumanidis Tufts University Manufacturing Processes
Kathleen R. Foltz University of California-Santa Barbara Developmental Biology
Marija Gajdardziska-Josifovska University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Condensed Matter Physics
Kenneth Y. Goldberg University of California-Berkeley Computer Sciences/Robotics
Jonathan H. Gruber MIT Economics
Janet G. Hering University of California-Los Angeles Environmental Engineering
Christopher R. Johnson University of Utah Computer Sciences
Peggy A. Johnson University of Maryland-College Park Civil Engineering
George W. Kling University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Ecosystem
Cato T. Laurencin Medical College-Pennsylvania Bioengineering
Jing Li SUNJ-Rutgers Material Sciences/Chemistry
Sheng Liu Wayne State University Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering
Gareth H. McKinley Harvard University Chemical Engineering
John W. Nielsen-Gammon Texas A & M University Meteorology
James S. Nowick University of California-Irvine Chemistry
Erin K. O’Shea University of California-San Francisco Biochemistry/Genetics
Mehmet C. Ozturk North Carolina State University Electrical Engineering
Athina P. Petropulu Drexel University Electrical Engineering
Daniel N. Rockmore Darthmouth College Mathematics
Margaret S. Saha College of William & Mary Development Neurobiology
David H. Salesin University of Washington-Seattle Computer Science & Engineering
John J. Salzer Wesleyan University Astronomy
Mats A. Selen University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign Experimental Particle Physics
Jennie Si Arizona State University Electrical Engineering
Nancy B. Songer University of Colorado-Boulder Research in Science Education

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