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Jackson Named One of 50 Most Important Women in Science

Campus.News reports that President Shirley Ann Jackson has been named one of the 50 Most Important Women in Science by Discover magazine. The report is contained in the November 2002 issue of the magazine, on newsstands now.

According to the Campus.News report, "Jackson is one of only two university presidents to be named in the story, the other being Princeton President and molecular biologist Shirley Tilghman."

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