Messenger - Vol. 2, No. 2, Page 23 Winter 1993 Three named professorships announced Three professors recently received named professorships at the University, honoring distinguished scholarship and teaching. Kenneth A. Lewis, a member of the University of Delaware faculty since 1973, was named the first Chaplin Tyler Professor of Business; C.P. Huang, a member of the Department of Civil Engineering since 1974, was named Distinguished Professor of Environmental Engineering; and Hilton Brown, at the University since 1978, was named the Harriet Baily Professor of Art, Art Conservation and Art History. Named professorships are awarded only to select members of the faculty. Of the more than 900 faculty members at the University, only 36 are named professors. Lewis, who received an excellence-in-teaching award in 1977, specializes in the areas of money and banking, mathematical economics, macro- and micro-economics and econometrics. The author or co-author of more than 25 articles, he has been co-director of the Delaware Econometric Model since 1974 and served on the state's economic and financial advisory council. His named professorship is funded as part of a $2 million gift to the University from Chaplin Tyler of Hockessin, Del. The author of more than 140 articles, proceedings, book chapters and technical reports, Huang has received 30 research grants from a variety of government and industry sources, including the National Science Foundation, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Du Pont Co. As a teacher, he has supervised 46 master's theses and 18 doctoral theses, as well as four post-doctoral research projects. He has received a number of awards for environmental engineering and has served as a consultant for several companies. Brown is a specialist in the history of the materials and techniques of Western painting, drawing and printmaking, as well as being an active artist. His paintings, prints and drawings have been exhibited in 23 one-person shows from New York City to Chicago, and his work has been included in more than 125 invitational and juried group shows in this country and abroad. From 1981-88, he wrote a column for American Artist, and he has written a catalog on the life and art of Ralph Mayer.