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Dana Nau to be inducted into Duke alumni society


This fall, Professor Dana Nau (CS/ISR) will be inducted into the Duke University Graduate School’s Few-Glasson Alumni Society. The society recognizes alumni who have gone on to make significant accomplishments and have distinguished careers. He was nominated by Professor Ronald Parr, the former chair of Duke's Department of Computer Science.

Nau earned his Ph.D. at Duke in 1979.

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June 29, 2018


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