Dr. John C. Hubbard - 1946

Hubbard, John Charles, physicist; born in Boulder Colorado on April 16, 1879 to James Edwin and Rhoda Maude (Duke) Hubbard; Bachelor of Science, University of Colorado, 1901; Ph.D. Clark University, 1904. LL.D., Loyola College, Baltimore, 1938. Married Gertrude L. Pardieck, February 9, 1929. Instructor in physics at Simmons College, Boston. 1904-1905; Assistant professor of physics department, New York University, 1904-1906, Clark University, 1906-1911; Professor of physics Clark college, 1911-1916; professor and head of physics department, New York University, 1916-1927; professor same, Johns Hopkins University, 1927-1946; physicist, Radiation Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University, 1946-1947; research professor of physics, Catholic University of America, 1947---. Director of summer work in physics, New York University, 1906, University of Colorado, 1912, 1914: research engineer, Western Electric Company, summer 1917. Commander captain Signal Corps, U.S.R. Division of Research and Inspection, September 29, 1917; active service in France, information sect. Office of chief signal Officer, A.E.F.; official historian, Signal corps, A.E.F.; major, October 4, 1918; discharged May 20, 1919. Awarded Mendal Medal, Villanova College, 1946. Officier d'Academie Instruction Publique, 1919. Fellow A.A.A.S., American Academy of Arts and Sciences, American Physical Society; member of Beta Theta Pi, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi; representative of the American Institution of Physics on American Engring. Standards Com.; member at large Division of Physical Sciences of National Research Council, 1931-1933; sec. member National Defense Research Committee. Clubs: Johns Hopkins (Baltimore); Andiron (New York). Author various papers giving results of original physical research. Associate editor Physical Rev., 1933-1935. Roman Catholic. Address: 4304 13th Place N.E. Washington. Died August 2, 1954; buried Richmond, Ind.

Who Was Who in America. Volume III, 1951-1960. Chicago: Marquis Who's Who, 1960. p. 424.

image of Mendel statue on Villanova campus
Image of Mendel statue on Villanova campus

Brian Kobilka, MD - 2015

Brian Kobilka, MD - 2015

Villanova University has named Nobel Prize-winning Biochemist Brian Kobilka, MD, holder of the Helene Irwin Fagan Chair in Cardiology at Stanford University, as the recipient of its 2015 Mendel Medal, in recognition of his groundbreaking work on G-protein-coupled receptors in the human body, the structures through which cells sense and respond to chemical signals in the human body.

Dr. John C. Hubbard - 1946

Dr. John C. Hubbard - 1946

Professor of Physics, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.