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Professor James Moriarty

Professor Moriarty is "the Napoleon of crime," according to fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. Though he appears in only two of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stories about Holmes -- The Final Problem (189…

Math Professor

Alexander Leibman What is your professional title? Assistant Professor at a Mathematics Department Tell us about your work-what…

Professor of Geology

Ivan Colburn Tell us about your work---what do you do? We have a variety of geology classes that we teach in our program. We teach everything from the …

Brewer's: Norrisian Professor

A Professor of Divinity in Cambridge University. This professorship was founded in 1760 by John Norris, Esq., of Whitton in Norfolk. The four divinity professors are Lady Margaret's Profess…

Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Prof. K. H. Grote, Ph.D. Tell us about your work---what do you do? I teach mechanical engineering students at a major university and conduct resea…

Professor Emeritus of Physics

Roger Dittmann Tell us about your work---what do you do? I teach physics , in my case I teach mostly advance courses. I started in nuclear physics …

Brewer's: Disney Professor

The Professor of Archaeology in the University of Cambridge. This chair was founded in 1851 by John Disney, Esq., of the Hyde, Ingatestone. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobh…

Brewer's: Downing Professor

The Professor of the Laws of England in the University of Cambridge. This chair was founded in 1800 by Sir George Downing, Bart. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, …

Brewer's: Jacksonian Professor

The professor of natural and experimental philosophy in the University of Cambridge. This professorship was founded in 1783 by the Rev. Richard Jackson. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and F…