Established in 1985 by the Temple University Board of Trustees, Laura Carnell professorships recognize faculty who have distinguished themselves in research, scholarship, the creative arts and teaching. They honor Temple University's first dean, Laura H. Carnell, who worked alongside founder Russell H. Conwell from 1893 until his death in 1925, most of that time as Temple's chief administrator. Known for her tremendous energy, dedication and compassion, she was a prudent manager and innovative leader who helped thousands of students make a better life for themselves and their families.

Art and Architecture, Tyler School of

Pepon Osorio
2009

Marcia Hall
2012

 

Business & Management, Fox School of

J. Jay Choi
2000

Arvind Parkhe
2008

 

Dentistry, Kornberg School of

Amid Ismail
2010

 

Engineering, College of

Peter Lelkes
2011

Nancy Pleshko
2021

 

Law, Beasley School of

Robert Bartow
1997

Jeffrey L. Dunoff
2011

Duncan Hollis
2019

 

Liberal Arts, College of

Laurence Steinberg*
1998

Philip Kendall*
2000

Marsha Weinraub
2000

Nora Newcombe
2014

Lauren Alloy
2015

Bryant Simon
2020

 

*denotes Distinguished University Professor

Media and Communication, Klein College of

Edward L. Fink
2016

Carolyn Kitch
2019

 

Medicine, Lewis Katz School of

Kamel Khalili
2011

Arthur Feldman
2015

Hong Wang
2015

Grace Ma
2015

Gerard Criner
2016

 

Music & Dance, Boyer School of

Maurice Wright
1990

Eduard Schmieder
2006

Cheryl Dileo
2009

Terell Stafford
2012

Steven Zohn
2012

Mark Franko
2015

 

Pharmacy, School of

Magid Abou-Gharbia
2013

Salim Merali
2020

 

Public Health, College of

Laura Siminoff
2014

Nadine Martin
2019

 

Science & Technology, College of

Hai-Lung Dai
2007

Michael Klein
2009

Xiaoxing Xi
2009

Jie Wu
2012

Zoran Obradovic
2013

John P. Perdew
2013

Ronald M. Levy
2014

S. Blair Hedges
2014

Sudir Kumar
2014

Masatoshi Nei
2015

Irina Mitrea
2020