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Robert F. Steiner 3G received one of five $3,000 Frank B. Jewett post-doctoral fellowships from Bell Telephone Laboratories, it was announced Sunday.
Also receiving fellowships are Roy J. Glauber '46, and Ilse Lisl Novak, who got her M.A. from Radcliffe in 1944 and Ph.D. in 1948.
The awards, for research in the physical sciences, grant $3,000 to the recipient and $1,500 to the institution at which he chooses to do his research. They were established by the American Telephone and Telegraph Company in 1944. Since then a seven-man Bell committee has awarded 33 fellowships.
Steiner is investigating light scattering in the actin-myosin system at Gibbs Memorial Laboratory. He expects to get his Ph.D. in physical chemistry this year and plans to do his research at the University of California, Berkeley.
Glauber is an Atomic Energy Commission Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study, at Princeton, studying the theory of elemental particles. Miss Novak is an instructor in mathematics at Wellesley.
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