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DegreesMassachusetts Institute of Technology, Ph.D.
Washington State University, M.A.
University of Wisconsin Center School, B.S.
ExpertiseGraduate and Undergraduate Education; Research in Algebraic and Differential Topology
Awards and Honors
Senior Research Fellow, Jesus College, Oxford (1986)
British SERC Senior Research Fellow, Cambridge and Oxford Universities (1982)
Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1974)
British Science Research Council Fellow (1973)
Guggenheim Fellow (1965)
NSF Senior Postdoctoral Fellowship (1962)
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