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Bozenna Pasik-Duncan Achieves Status of IEEE Life Fellow

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

LAWRENCE — University of Kansas faculty member Bozenna Pasik-Duncan has been selected by the Institute of Engineering and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for Life Membership. This honor is reserved for individuals who have truly distinguished themselves through their sustained and lasting contributions to IEEE.

“Your Life Member status speaks to both your professional achievements in technology as well as the significant impact you have made on the growth and development of IEEE," wrote José M.F. Moura, 2019 IEEE president and CEO. “We are grateful for your exemplary service to our association, for your leadership, volunteerism and dedication to advancing technology for humanity.”

Pasik-Duncan is a KU professor of mathematics, courtesy professor of the departments of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science and Aerospace Engineering, and an investigator at the Information & Telecommunication Technology Center (ITTC).

Tyrone Duncan, KU professor of mathematics and an investigator at ITTC, has also previously achieved Life Membership status.

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