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Members of the National Academy of Sciences in the Eberly of College of Science

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Membership in the National Academy of Sciences is considered one of the highest honors that can be accorded a U.S. scientist or engineer. Members of the National Academy assist the nation by addressing matters of importance in science and problems in which the insights of science are of central significance.


2016: Abhay Ashtekar

2015: Tom Mallouk, Chemistry

2005: Daniel Cosgrove, Biology

2003: George Andrews, Mathematics

2003: Alan Walker, Anthropology and Biology

2000: Moses Chan, Physics

1998: A. Welford Castleman, Chemistry

1998: Roger Penrose, Physics (Visiting Professor)

1997: Masatoshi Nei, Biology (Emeritus)

1995: C. R. Rao, Statistics (Emeritus)

1995: Gerald D. Mahan, Physics

1990: Nina Fedoroff, Biology/Biotechnology (Emeritus)

1985: Stephen Benkovic, Chemistry

1982: Robert Selander, Biology (Emeritus)

1977: Philip J. Skell, Chemistry (Emeritus)

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