The Naval Postgraduate School announces the establishment of a Distinguished Visiting Professorship of Innovation - DRAFT
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The Naval Postgraduate School announces the establishment of a Distinguished Visiting Professorship of Innovation. This chaired professorship is being supported by the Office of Naval Research. John Kao, M.D., M.B.A. was named as the first incumbent for a term of three years.
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