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An Italian mathematician designated President of Chapman University (April 14, 2014)

Date:

04/18/2014


An Italian mathematician designated President of Chapman University (April 14, 2014)

The distinguished Italian mathematician Daniele Struppa, who came to  Chapman University in 2006 as Provost, has been named by the University Board of Trustees “presidential designate” and successor to President Jim Doti, Ph.D., when Doti eventually retires.
Before joining Chapman, Dr. Struppa taught at the University of Milan, at the Scuola Normale di Pisa, the University of Calabria and at George Mason University.
Professor Struppa graduated in Mathematics from the University of Milan and received his PhD from the University of Maryland College Park. The recipient of many international awards in Mathematics – among which the Bartolozzi Prize and the Matsumae Medal – he also has an award named after him: the Daniele Struppa Award instituted to honor High School teachers of mathematics and science.



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