Winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1978 for his contributions to astrophysics, Dr. Penzias worked at Bell Labs for most of his career, first as a research scientist and later as the head of its research organization. An author, R&D leader, and inventor, he later moved to Silicon Valley, where he helped aspiring scientists and engineers to create a number of successful high-technology companies.
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Jack Abramson ’32 Jack Abramson ’32 was a New York garment manufacturer who was also a member of the United States Olympic Swimming Committee for 30 years. He was Assistant to the Chairman of Diamonds Run Ltd., a Manhattan-based dressmaker. From 1936 to 1963, he was President of Diamond Tea…more