University of Florida College of Dentistry faculty members Joseph Katz, D.M.D., John Neubert, D.D.S., and Arthur Nimmo, D.D.S., FACP, are the college’s 2019 recipients of the University of Florida Term Professorship Award.
The university’s Term Professorship Award Program recognizes and rewards significant faculty achievements in the areas of research philosophy, innovation, leadership activities, extramural funding and contributions to the scientific literature, among other factors.
Each Term Professorship Award runs for three years and provides a $5,000 per year salary supplement to the awardee.
UFCD’s research enterprise ranks fifth in the nation among all U.S. dental schools in National Institutes of Health funding, rewarding the skill, strength and commitment to excellence in research at the College of Dentistry.
2019 UFCD Term Professorship Awardees
Professor, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Diagnostic Sciences
Associate Professor, Department of Orthodontics
Professor, Department of Restorative Dental Sciences
Director, UFCD Predoctoral Implant Dentistry Program
About the UF Term Professorship Award Program
Each academic year, starting in 2016-17, the university makes available to the colleges 250 Term Professorships. Each award runs for three years and provides a $5,000 per year salary supplement to the awardee. Tenure track Assistant, Associate and Full Professors, and Assistant, Associate and Full Curators in the fifth year, or more, of full-time service in the tenure-track title at UF are eligible for an award.
The Provost’s Office apportions University Term Professorships to the colleges according to the number of eligible faculty in the college. In selecting awardees, faculty advisory committees and/or department or school chairs/directors should provide input, and the dean makes the final determination
Holders of the award may add “University Term Professor” to their academic titles for the duration of the award.