List of University Professors
Click here for a list of University Professors with email addresses and telephone numbers (two pages, alphabetical and by unit).
Nominees for appointment to University Professor.
Click here for a .pdf file of the call for UP nominations by the Provost.
Click here for a .pdf file of the section of the Appointment and Tenure Policy of Carnegie Mellon University dealing with University Professor appointments.
Dickson Prize Guidlines
The Dickson Prize in Science is awarded annually to the person who has been judged by Carnegie Mellon University to have made the most progress in the scientific field in the United States for the year in question. At Carnegie Mellon, the field of science is interpreted to include the natural sciences, engineering, computer science or mathematics. The first Dickson Prize in Science was awarded in 1970.
The Dickson Prize in Medicine is awarded annually by the University of Pittsburgh to the person who has been judged by the university to have made the most progress in the medical field in the United States for the year in question.
It was the desire of Dr. and Mrs. Dickson to bring as much prestige and honor as possible to the two universities and to Pittsburgh with respect to the prizes. The recipients of the prizes should be selected solely by representatives of the two universities. In both cases, the will specifies that the award should not be made solely to a graduate or person from either institution. However, it is understood that anyone considered for the prize must have done the bulk of his or her work in the United States.
Click here for a .pdf file of the call for Dickson Prize nominations by the Provost.
Click here for a .pdf file of Dickson Prize recipients from 1970 to the present