Professor Harris has found that understanding the universe is proving more difficult than anticipated. He has not however, given up on his quest.
Professor in the graduate school, born 1936; B.S. University of Illinois (1957); Ph.D. University of Chicago (1960); Junior Fellow, Harvard (1960-63); A.P. Sloan Fellow (1965-67); N.S.F. Senior Postdoctoral Fellow (1968-69); Visiting Fellow, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge University, England (1972); Miller Research Professor of the University of California (1975 76); A. von Humboldt Senior American Scientist Award (1977-78); Special Visiting Professor, Institute of Chemistry, Tel Aviv University, Israel (1978); Guggenheim Foundation Fellow (1982-83); Visiting Professor of Theoretical Chemistry, University of Sydney, Australia (1983);N.S.F. Special Creativity Grant (1985-87); Visiting Professor of Physical Chemistry, The University of Goteborg, Goteborg, Sweden (1988); Fellowship Awards: Danish Science Foundation, Oerstead Institute, University of Copenhagen, (1988), A. von Humboldt Senior American Scientist Re-invitation Award, Max Planck Institute for Physics and Astrophysics, Munich, Germany (1994, 1998).