Earns a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Minnesota, later attaining a Master of Science from the University of Illinois in 1961.
Obtains a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Illinois; Is a postdoctoral scholar at Johns Hopkins University through 1965.
Teaches physics at the University of Michigan through 2019.
Is a J.S. Guggenheim Foundation Fellow.
Serves on the Brookhaven National Laboratory’s Program Advisory Committee until 1987.
Serves on Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Program Committee through 1991.
Is a Delphasus Lecturer at UC Santa Cruz; Serves on the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center’s Science Policy Committee until 1990.
Serves on the User’s Organization of Superconducting Supercollider Executive Committee until 1991.
Serves on the American Physical Society’s Nominating Committee until 1993.
Contributes to the U.S.-Japan Joint Working Group on Superconducting Supercollider.
Receives the Research Excellence Award from the University of Michigan.
Is the American Physical Society Centennial Speaker through 1999; Is a Dozor Fellow at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel.
Is appointed Victor Weisskopf Distinguished University Professor of Physics at the University of Michigan.
Is a member at Princeton University’s Institute of Advanced Study.
Is director of the Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics through 2017.
Receives the Julius Edgar Lilienfeld Prize from the American Physical Society.
Receives the J.J. Sakuri Award of the American Physical Society.
Is interviewed for the American Institute of Physics Oral History Depository.
Contributes as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Physical Society and Institute of Physics.
Holds membership with the Michigan Society of Fellows, Johns Hopkins University Society of Scholars and Particles and Fields Society.