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Dr. John Pomeroy received Distinguished Professorship

Posted on 2017-07-06 in News

Dr. John Pomeroy

The title of “Distinguished Professor” is meant to honour and celebrate exceptional achievement in research, scholarly, or artistic work by University of Saskatchewan faculty or emeriti. This honorary title is a lifetime ard  that becomes Distinguished Professor Emeritus upon retirement.

This year Dr. John Pomeroy was chosen to recieve the title of Distinguished Professor.

"The Committee was very impressed with your many research accomplishments, and outstanding   contributions  to the University of Saskatchewan. Your work in the area of hydrology and global water policies  is indicative of your visionary approach that has garnered you a strong reputation in your filed. Your  many publications in high quality national and international journals demonstrate an excellent research program."

 

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