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Bio Prof. Henschen received his BA, MA and PhD degrees in Mathematics all from The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1966, 1968 and 1971 respectively. He has been employed at Northwestern University since 1971 and is now a Full Professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department. His research interests include automated reasoning and its applications to databases, universal access in human-computer interaction, intelligent systems for embedded systems design, and micro-processor systems. He is author or co-author on 120 journal and peer-reviewed conference articles and owner of one patent. He has graduated 70 PhD students, 18 of whom have become tenured professors and 4 of whom have become department chairs and/or college deans. He has received numerous awards for teaching at Northwestern University, including the Northwestern University McCormick Professor of Teaching Excellence Award, the highest given at Northwestern. He is currently the PI in three diversity grants – the Midwest Crossroads STEM/AGEP (NSF), the GLASS SBES/AGEP alliance (NSF), and the NU-START program (NIH).