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Distinguished Research Professor
Distinguished Research Professor
Emeritus Professor
Franklin Professor
Emeritus Professor
Academic Professional
Emeritus Professor
Adjunct Professor
Professor, Head of the Department
Lecturer
Regents Professor, Franklin Professor
Director of General Chemistry
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor
Emeritus Professor
Lecturer
Professor
Adjunct Professor
Emeritus Professor
Assistant Professor
Organic Laboratory Coordinator
Regents Professor
Emeritus Professor
Emeritus Professor
Adjunct Professor
Assistant Professor
Professor, Director, New Materials Institute
Associate Professor
Professor
Associate Professor, Director, Organic Chemistry Education
General Chemistry Lab Coordinator
Adjunct Professor
Emeritus Professor
Affiliated Faculty
Adjunct Professor
Assistant Professor
UGA Foundation Professor
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Associate Professor
Graham Perdue Professor
Adjunct Professor
Professor, past Associate Vice President for Research
Adjunct Professor
Distinguished Research Professor
Academic Professional
Adjunct Professor
Associate Professor
Adjunct Professor
Lecturer
Associate Professor
Adjunct Professor
Associate Professor
Adjunct Professor
Adjunct Professor

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