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University of Houston-Clear Lake honored retired Professor of Computer Science and Information Systems Ted Leibfried at a special ceremony to dedicate the Dr. Ted Leibfried Seminar Room. Family and friends gathered to celebrate the special event. Pictured (l to r) are UH-Clear Lake President William A. Staples; Leibfried’s son, Christian; Leibfried; and daughter, Lisa. Leibfried received emeritus status in 2005. Leibfried’s wife, Betty, is a UH-Clear Lake Distinguished Alumna and a local artist.
University faculty honored
Seminar room named for retired 2005 emeritus Computer Professor.
From the Office of Communications at University of Houston-Clear Lake
August 15, 2007
Three retired University of Houston-Clear Lake faculty members were honored with emeritus status by the University Of Houston System ’s Board of Regents. New faculty emeriti include Richard Allison, professor of environmental management; Charles W. McKay, professor of software engineering and dean of the School of Science and Computer Engineering; and Tulsi Saral, professor of clinical psychology.
UH-Clear Lake faculty members select faculty emeriti nominees based on their long-term support to the university, in addition to exhibiting a sustained and distinguished record of teaching, scholarship or service.
Once a faculty member has been nominated to receive professor emeritus status the Emeritus/Emerita Nominating Committee, formed of one tenured professor from each of the university’s four schools, reviews the nominations and submits recommendations to the university’s deans, provost and president for final review. All appointment nominations are then reviewed and approved by the University of Houston System Board of Regents.
In addition to the title of professor emeritus, all of the professors have library, computing and parking privileges. They also receive invitations to university functions.
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