Resume

EDUCATION
1944 Diploma, Phillips Exeter Academy
1948 A. B. Harvard University, summa cum laude
1953 Ph.D. Princeton University (physics)
EMPLOYMENT
1950-51 Research Assistant, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory
1951-52 Research Associate, Princeton University (Project Matterhorn)
1953-58 Research Associate to Associate Professor, Indiana University
1958-64 Associate Professor to Professor, Brandeis University
Department Chair, 1963-64
1964-70 Professor, University of California, Irvine
Department Chair, 1964-68
Acting Dean of Physical Sciences, ~one year
1970-75 Professor, University of Massachusetts at Boston
Department Chair, 1972-74
1975-82 President, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
1982-83 Executive Vice President, University of Maryland system
1983-85 President, Molecular Biophysics Technology, Inc.
1986-87 Education Officer, American Physical Society
1987-93 Executive Director and CEO, American Institute of Physics
1993 – Self-employed: writer, editor
1995-98 Teacher, Germantown Academy (part time)
1998-99 Director of Science Programs, David and Lucile Packard Foundation
2000-01 Teacher, Germantown Friends School (part time)
2001-02 Consultant, John Templeton Foundation
Also occasional temporary appointments at Los Alamos, and consulting to aerospace firms.
PUBLICATIONS
See Bibliography link above
MEMBERSHIP AND SERVICE (Selected)
American Association
of Physics Teachers
President, 1972
American Journal of Physics, Associate Editor, 1974-77
The Physics Teacher, Editorial Board, 2000-2014
American Physical
Society
Physical Review, Board of Editors, 1960-62
Chair, Forum on Physics and Society, 1981
Chair, Education Committee, 1985-86
Council member, 1984-87
Secretary-Treasurer, Forum on History of Physics, 2001-2004
American Association
for the Advancement
of Science
Council Member in the 1980s-1990s
Commission on
College Physics
Member, 1968-71
HONORS (Selected)
1944 Science Talent Search (Westinghouse) winner
1944 Prize for General Excellence, Phillips Exeter Academy
1948 Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Harvard College
1955-56 Fulbright Fellow, Max Planck Institut, Göttingen, Germany
1961-62 NSF Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Imperial College, London, and M.I.T.
1976 Distinguished Service Citation, American Association of Physics Teachers
2006 Oersted Medal, American Association of Physics Teachers
Fellow, American Physical Society and AAAS
PERSONAL
See Personal link above