The University Professorship is Harvard's most distinguished professorial post.
Around 1826 his name was mentioned in correspondence about a professorial post at the University of Virginia, between Francis Walker Gilmer and Peter Barlow.
In 1988, after turning down the Columbia deanship, he accepted a professorial post.
In the 1960s he lost his professorial post due to the political climate in Hungary.
When he resigned from his professorial post, the university awarded him the degree of LLD.
Research funding was won from various sources, and two full-time professorial posts in Glass were created, which were taken up by Dan Klein and Zora Palova.
Much to his surprise (and delight), Zebatinsky/Sebatinsky is appointed to a senior professorial post, which is exactly what he hoped for when he went to the numerologist.
In 1849, he was offered a professorial post by the University of Zurich, which he accepted.
Since 1983 he has held his professorial post at the University of Virginia and also at Virginia Commonwealth University.
From Autumn 2013 he will take up a professorial post in the Department of Philosophy at the University of York.