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physics professor

Donald Mark Manley, American Physics educator. Achievements include research in experimental nuclear physics concentrating on studies using electron scattering and charge-exchange reactions; experimental and phenomenological studies of baryon spectroscopy. Grantee National Science Foundation. Member American Physical Society, Sigma Xi (chapter secretary 1989-1993), Sigma Pi Sigma.

Background

Manley, Donald Mark was born on September 1, 1954 in Columbia, Louisiana, United States. Son of Leslie Earl and Mable Ann (Lee) Manley.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Physics, University Louisiana, Monroe, 1975. Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, University Wyoming, Laramie, 1981.

Career

Laboratory assistant University Louisiana, 1972—1975. Graduate assistant University Wyoming, 1975—1981. Postdoctoral research associate Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, 1981—1984.

Postdoctoral research staff member Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, 1984—1986. Assistant professor Kent State University, Ohio, 1986—1991, associate professor, 1991—1997, undergraduate coordinator department physics, 1995—2002, since 2004, professor, since 1997. Chair Baryon Resonance Analysis Group (BRAG) Steering Committee, 2002—2005.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in experimental nuclear physics concentrating on studies using electron scattering and charge-exchange reactions. Experimental and phenomenological studies of baryon spectroscopy.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals including Physical Review C., Physical Review D., Physical Review Letters, Physics Letters B., Nuclear Instrumentation and Methodist A.

Membership

Member American Physical Society, Sigma Xi (chapter secretary 1989-1993), Akron Mineral Society, Sigma Pi Sigma.

Connections

Married Mari Takai, July 23, 1977.

father:
Leslie Earl Manley

mother:
Mable Ann (Lee) Manley

spouse:
Mari Takai