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Haskell Taub

College of Arts and Science

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Haskell Taub’s research has been funded continuously by the National Science Foundation since 1979. He has also received research funding from the DOE, the Research Corporation, the Petroleum Research Fund, NATO and the U.S. – Israel Binational Science Foundation.  

Professor Taub is Director of Neutron Scattering in the Department of Physics & Astronomy.  He is the Director of the NSF-funded project “IGERT: Neutron Scattering for the Science and Engineering of the 21st Century.”  This project represents the first award of an NSF IGERT grant to MU in the program’s 13-year history. It is a 5-year award funded for $3 million.

Taub was elected to Fellowship in the Neutron Scattering Society of America in 2012.
Fellowship in the NSSA is limited to less than 1% of the membership, every two years, and it is intended to recognize outstanding contributions to neutron scattering in North America.

Taub was elected to Fellowship in the American Physical Society in 1995. He is winner of the Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Faculty Research in 1980 and the winner of the Society of Physics Students’ Instructor of the Year Award in 1988. He received a Writing Intensive Teaching Excellence Award in 2013.

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