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Norman F. Ramsey, associate professor of Physics, has been promoted to a fall professorship in physics effective July 1, Provost Buck has announced.
Ramsey, a 34-year-old nuclear physicist, came to the University in 1947 after active government work on atomic energy projects during the war. He has held positions as Expert Consultant to the Secretary of War, Associate Development Head of the Los Alamos Project, and Chief Scientist at the Atomic Energy Advance Base at Tinian in the Marianas.
Ramsey is now investigating properties of the atomic nucleus.
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