Distinguished Professor Titles Awarded to Four Women Scholars

Beth Klein has been named Distinguished Service Professor in the department of childhood and early childhood education at State University of New York at Cortland. She joined the university’s faculty in 1999 and currently serves as the school’s sustainability coordinator.

Dr. Klein holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental and elementary education from Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania, a master’s degree in reading education from East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania, and a doctorate in science education from the University of Virginia.

Linda Rinaman has been named Distinguished Research Professor of psychology and neuroscience in the College of Arts and Sciences at Florida State University. She has been with the university since 2017. Prior to joining the Florida State University faculty, she spent over two decades with the University of Pittsburgh, serving as a professor of neuroscience and assistant dean of graduate studies.

Dr. Rinaman completed her undergradaute education at Florida State University where she studied psychology, biology, and statistics. She holds a Ph.D. in neuroscience from the University of Pennsylvania.

Nancy Wicker has been named Distinguished Professor at the University of Mississippi. She is a professor of art history who has been with the university for over two decades. Her academic work focuses on early medieval art, specifically from Scandinavia and the Viking Age.

Dr. Wicker received her bachelor’s degree in art history and studio art from Eastern Illinois University. She holds a master’s degree in art history and a Ph.D. in ancient studies from the University of Minnesota.

Sarah Wyatt has been named Distinguished Professor at Ohio University. She has been with the university for over two decades, currently serving as a professor in the department of environmental and plant biology and director of the interdisciplinary molecular and cell biology program.

Dr. Wyatt holds two bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in plant pathology from the University of Kentucky. She received her Ph.D. in interdisciplinary plant physiology from Purdue University in Indiana.

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