Committee on Minorities in Physics

The membership of the Committee on Minorities in Physics consists of nine (9) persons selected by the Committee on Committees and appointed by the President-Elect to staggered three-year terms. The President-Elect appoints the Chair from among the members. This Committee addresses the production, retention, and career development of minority physicists and gathers and maintains data on minorities in physics in support of these objectives. It may recommend and supervise studies and programs relevant to this charge. It reports annually to the Council.

Chair: William Ratcliff II (01/18 - 12/18)
National Institute of Standards and Technology

Member: Garfield T Warren (01/17 - 12/19)
Indiana University Bloomington

Member: Jesus Pando (01/16 - 12/18)
DePaul University

Member: Prof Mario Claudio Diaz (01/18 - 12/20)
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Member: Ivy K. Jones (01/17 - 12/19)
Marquette University

Member: Charles H McGruder (01/16 - 12/18)
Western Kentucky University

Member: Geraldine L Cochran (01/18 - 12/20)
Rutgers University, New Brunswick

Member: Mario F Borunda (01/18 - 12/20)
Oklahoma State University-Stillwater

Member: Carol Scarlett (01/17 - 12/19)
Florida A&M University

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