Baker Family Professorship

Established by William O. Baker P’69 and the Baker family in 2000, to create an endowed professorship in sociology.

Donald R. and Winifred B. Baldwin Professorship

Endowed in 1980 by Winifred B. Baldwin in memory of her husband, a long-time Drew Trustee.  Awarded for terms of varying length to highly deserving members of the faculty.

Henry Buttz Professorship

Named for the Reverend Henry Anson Buttz, fourth president of Drew University.

Caspersen Graduate School Deanship

Established by Finn and Barbara (G’83, G’86, G’90) Caspersen to endow the position of Dean of the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies.

E. Stanley Jones Professor of Evangelism

Established by The Jessie Ball duPont Fund and The Foundation for Evangelism, to establish the E. Stanley Jones Professorship of Evangelism in Drew Theological School.

Thomas H. Kean Visiting Professorship of History and Political Science

The Kean Visiting Professorship, established by Thomas H. Kean, President of Drew University, annually brings to campus a political scientist, historian, or statesman of exceptional national or international prominence to deliver a lecture to the entire University community and members of the general public.  The Kean Visiting Professor also meets with students, faculty, and other members of the Drew community in a variety of formal and informal sessions.

William R. Kenan Jr. Professor in History

Endowed by the William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust to support and encourage a scholar-teacher whose enthusiasm for learning, commitment to teaching, and sincere personal interest in students will broaden the learning process and make an effective contribution to the Drew community.

National Endowment for the Humanities Distinguished Teaching Professor

Established to honor members of the College of Liberal Arts faculty, selected for four-year terms and committed to excellence in the humanities, who will enrich current offerings in the humanities through course development, encouraging faculty exposure to recent scholarship, and facilitating discussion about issues in the humanities outside the classroom.

Robert Fisher Oxnam Professorship in Science and Society

Initiated by the Aquinas Fund of New York in 1975, and endowed by the Fund and by many friends and members of the Drew community to honor the broad interdisciplinary view of education of Robert Fisher Oxnam, eighth president of Drew University.

Henry and Annie M. Pfeiffer Professorship

Endowed in 1939 by Mrs. Henry Pfeiffer, to establish a chair of Biblical literature in the College of Liberal Arts.

Wallerstein Chair in Jewish Studies

Endowed by the Wallerstein Foundation for Geriatric Life Improvement in 1990, to create a professorship which shall display to students those elements of Jewish wisdom which are instructive to all people; to discuss the unique features of Jewish life and history; and to teach about classical and modern Judaism as an integral element of Western and modern civilization.