Archive for 'LFHCfS (Hair Clubs)'

Ksenia Romanenko joins the Luxuriant Flowing, Former, or Facial Hair Club for Social Scientists

Thursday, August 3rd, 2017

Ksenia Romanenko has joined the LFFFHCfSS – The Luxuriant Flowing, Former, or Facial Hair Club for Social Scientists. She says:

I’m a junior researcher involved in research projects on social anthropology, higher education research, and science communication. I guess my flowing hair often helps me to make a good impression during interviews and other moments of qualitative data collection.

Ksenia Romanenko, MS, LFFFFHCfSS
Junior researcher
National Research University “Higher School of Economics”
Institute of Education, Laboratory for University Development,
Moscow, Russia

Mikko Kivelä joins the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists (LFHCfS)

Monday, June 26th, 2017

Mikko Kivelä has joined the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists (LFHCfS). Ulrike Werner, who nominated him, says:

Mikko is a network scientist and Assistant Professor in complex systems. He has the most luxurious and flowing hair of any scientist I know. Maybe his hair is the visual representation of the networks he researches, especially when not brushed and full of knots (or nodes). Like his hair, he will also eventually untangle the science of complex networks.

Mikko Kivelä, Ph.D, LFHCfS
Assistant Professor
Aalto University
Department of Computer Science
Aalto, Finland

Nicholas H. Wolfinger joins Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Social Scientists

Friday, April 14th, 2017

Nicholas H. Wolfinger has joined the The Luxuriant Flowing, Former, or Facial Hair Club for Social Scientists™ (LFFFHCfSS), a sibling club of the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists (LFHCfS). He says:

I view my hair in the spirit of Samson of the Old Testament: If I cut my hair, I lose my writing prowess.

Nicholas H. Wolfinger, Ph.D, LFFFHCfSS
Professor, Department of Family and Consumer Studies
Adjunct Professor, Department of Sociology
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists™ announces when it will announce it’s 2017 Woman & Man of the Year

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

The Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists (LFHCfS) proudly announced its 2017 Man Of The Year back in January. Now it proudly announces WHEN it will announce the 2017 Woman of the Year.

2017 MAN of The Year – an Experimental Physicist at Case Western Reserve University, researching cosmic rays – was announced on Friday, January 13th from the stage at Arisia. His name is Prof. Corbin Covault.
(Learn more about Man-of-The-Year Corbin Covault).

2017 WOMAN of The Year will be announced on March 24th at the University of Oslo Ig event (4:00pm start time). She will be there to display her luxurious flowing hair, and to make any remarks she wishes to make about her research, her hair, and what she thinks of the Woman of the Year title.

LFHCfS 2017 Man and Woman of the Year (Woman To be announced March 24th)

Only The 5th Time Awarded
The Woman and Man of the Year titles have each been given only 4 times before – in 2002/3, 204/5, 2015, and 2016. Details on all past honorees are available in the LFHCfS website.

Scientists with luxuriant hair have been with us for millennia. Find more details on club members, on the Historical Honorary Members, and on how to become a member yourself, all in the LFHCfS website.

Hank Rawlins joins the Luxuriant Facial Hair Club for Scientists (LFHCfS)

Wednesday, December 28th, 2016

Hank Rawlins has joined the Luxuriant Facial Hair Club for Scientists (LFHCfS), a sibling club of the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists (LFHCfS). He says:

I am a metallurgical engineer and Technical Director of my own company. Most of my research is for the upstream oil and gas industry. My original goal was to grow a flowing mane, but after a sordid incident at a Billy Squier concert in the mullet stage I cropped my locks. The switch to hirsute chin started with no shave November which kept going year round. On a recent trip to Dubai random people asked to take photos of my beard. It seems that only muftis and ISIS fighters grow decent beards and I didn’t appear to fit either category.

Hank Rawlins, Ph.D, P.E., LFHCfS
Technical Director
eProcess Technologies
Butte, Montana, USA