Donald N. Langenberg
|Donald N. Langenberg|
March 17, 1932 |
Devils Lake, North Dakota
Donald Newton Langenberg (born March 17, 1932) is a physicist and college professor. He formerly served as chancellor of the University System of Maryland and the University of Illinois, Chicago. Langenberg has taught at the University of Oxford, the École Normale Supérieure, the California Institute of Technology, and the Technische Universität München and has served on the Board of Trustees at the University of the District of Columbia and the University of Pennsylvania.
Langenberg earned his bachelor's degree from Iowa State University, master's degree from the University of California, Los Angeles and Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. He has also received honorary degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and the State University of New York. In 1980 he was named Deputy Director of the National Science Foundation by Jimmy Carter. Among the other awards he has received are the John Price Wetherill Medal of the Franklin Institute and the Distinguished Contribution to Research Administration Award of the Society of Research Administrators. Langenberg is an expert in the area of superconductivity.
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