Prize winners include faculty, students and alumni from all divisions.
Department of Physics
October 18, 2016
Ten members of the Physics Department are among those recently honored with prizes and Fellowships by the The American Physical Society (APS). The winners include six faculty, three alumni and a former Pappalardo Fellow, representing all divisions within the Department.
As the leading membership organization for physicists from academia, industry and the national laboratories, the APS prizes are highly regarded and showcase critical recognition by peers worldwide.
“I’m delighted to see how many of our faculty, students and alumni have been honored by the APS this year,” said Peter Fisher, head of the Department.
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