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David S. Levine Award

David S. Levine

The Levine Award is presented annually to the member of the junior class who is judged to be the most outstanding physics student on the basis of academic breadth in addition to demonstrated abilities in experimental physics.

The award was established in memory of David S. Levine, a brilliant 19 year old physics major who was murdered in the fall of 1973. Levine was an exceptionally capable researcher who was already skilled in many practical aspects of experimental physics. In addition to being the top Physics major, Levine was also an outstanding History major; therefore the award is based on both academic breadth and abilities in physics.

Award Recipients

2008

Douglas Stanford

2007

Erica Cherry
George Margulis

2006

Ariel Sommer

2005

Andrea Burbank

2004

Robert McConnell

2003

Colin Connolly
Evan Kirby

2002

Ee Hou Yong
Joel Hartman

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