Chupp receives Rabi Prize
Timothy E. Chupp, associate professor of physics, has been awarded the 1993 I.I. Rabi Prize by the American Physical Society. The citation cites Chupp’s “contribution to the development of high density polarized noble gases by spin exchange with optically pumped alkali atoms, and in particular for his leadership and use of polarized Helium-3 as a target for fundamental experiments in nuclear physics.”
Theodore Cole elected president of rehabilitation medicine group
Theodore M. Cole, professor and chair of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, has been elected president of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine for an 18-month term ending June 1994. Cole also was selected to deliver the 25th annual Walter J. Zeiter Lecture in November by the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Feingold heads APHA
Eugene N. Feingold, professor emeritus of health services management and policy and a recent graduate of the Law School, is president-elect of the American Public Health Association (APHA). He will become president in October 1993.