Lawrence Professor Honored
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A professor emeritus of physics at Lawrence University has been given a national honor.
David Cook has been elected a fellow in the American Physical Society, for his contributions to physics education in America.
He is only the second professor in Lawrence history to be honored by the APS.
Cook is most well-known for designing and building a special physics lab at Lawrence, with support of more than $1 million in grants.