Ever-Expanding Club

Ever-Expanding Club

CSU now is home to nine national academy members.

Barry Beaty, professor of microbiology, immunology, and pathology; Marshall Fixman, professor emeritus of chemistry; Albert Meyers, professor of chemistry (deceased); George Seidel Jr., professor emeritus of biomedical sciences; and A.R. “Ravi” Ravishankara, professor of chemistry and atmospheric science; join Hoover in the National Academy of Science.

Bruce Ellingwood, professor of engineering; Larry Roesner, professor emeritus of civil and environmental engineering; and Thomas Vonder Haar, professor of atmospheric science; are members of the National Academy of Engineering.

Barry Beatybeaty

Professor of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology; University Distinguished Professor; National Academy of Sciences (2001)

ellingwoodBruce Ellingwood

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering; National Academy of Engineering (2001)

Marshall Fixmanfixman

Professor Emeritus of Chemistry; University Distinguished Professor; American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1970); National Academy of Sciences (1973)

meyersAlbert Meyers (Deceased)

John K. Stille Professor Emeritus of Chemistry; University Distinguished Professor; National Academy of Sciences (1994)

Larry Roesneroesner

Professor Emeritus of Civil and Environmental Engineering; National Academy of Engineering (1990)

SeidelGeorge Seidel Jr.

Professor Emeritus of Biomedical Sciences; University Distinguished Professor; National Academy of Sciences (1992)

Thomas Vonder HaarHaar

Professor of Atmospheric Science; University Distinguished Professor; National Academy of Engineering (2003)

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