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Katharine C. Lyall

AKA Katharine Culbert Lyall

Born: 26-Apr-1941
Birthplace: Lancaster, PA

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Business

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: President of the UW System, 1992-2004

    University: BA Economics, Cornell University (1963)
    University: MBA, New York University (1965)
    University: PhD Economics, Cornell University (1969)
    Professor: Economics, Syracuse University (1969-72)
    Professor: Political Economy, Johns Hopkins University (1979-81)
    Administrator: Director, Graduate Program in Public Policy, Johns Hopkins University
    Professor: Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison (1982-)
    Administrator: VP Academic Affairs, University of Wisconsin System (1982-85)
    Administrator: President, University of Wisconsin System (1992-2004)

    US Housing and Urban Development Department Deputy Asst. Secretary for Policy Development (1977-79)
    Chase Manhattan Bank Staff Economist (1963-65)
    Member of the Board of Alliant Energy (1986-)
    Member of the Board of Kemper National Insurance Companies (1992-)
    Member of the Board of Marshall & Ilsley (1997-)
    American Economic Association 1963
    American Red Cross Dane County Board
    Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management 1981
    Baltimore Economic Society Board of Directors (1980-81)
    Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Board of Directors
    Council on Foreign Relations (1990-)
    Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee
    International Institute of Public Finance 1989
    Progressive Patriots Fund
    United Way Dane County Board
    Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 2003
    Phi Beta Kappa Society
    Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society


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