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Walter E. Massey, vice president for research and development at Argonne National Laboratory and professor of physics at the University of Chicago, has been elected president-elect of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He will take office on February 19 following the AAAS Annual Meeting in Chicago. Massey has been with Argonne since 1979 and prior to that was dean of the college of physics at Brown University. Massey also served on the National Science Board from 1978 to 19

The Scientist Staff
Jan 25, 1987
Walter E. Massey, vice president for research and development at Argonne National Laboratory and professor of physics at the University of Chicago, has been elected president-elect of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He will take office on February 19 following the AAAS Annual Meeting in Chicago. Massey has been with Argonne since 1979 and prior to that was dean of the college of physics at Brown University. Massey also served on the National Science Board from 1978 to 1984. He will succeed president-elect Sheila E. Widnall of MIT, who will become president of the AAAS. Lawrence Bogarad, current president of the Association and professor of biology at Harvard University, will replace Gerald Piel as chairman of the AAAS Board of Directors.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science also elected two new members to its Board of Directors. Beatrix A. Hamburg, professor of psychiatry and pediatrics...