Princeton University's 1st tenured female professor dies

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
December 15, 2010 04:35

PRINCETON, New Jersey — The first woman to hold a tenured faculty position at Princeton University died Tuesday.

Sociologist Suzanne Keller, who moved to the US from Austria as a child, was 83.The New Jersey university announced that Keller died of a stroke Dec. 9 in Miami.

Keller was born in Vienna, Austria, and moved to New York as a child. She graduated from Hunter College and received a doctorate from Columbia University.


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