Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists - Member Gallery 2

Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists™

Member Gallery Two

Members of Long Standing (and long hair)



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Early Members

Today, new members are celebrated in the Improbable Blog (where the LFHCfS has it's own category),
and are later collected into galleries organized by the year they joined.
But in the past, their luxuriant flowingness was celebrated in these multi-year galleries.
There are 6 of these early galleries, including this one.

Gallery 1  |  Gallery 2  |  Gallery 3
Gallery 4  |  Gallery 5  |  Gallery 6



Members of Long Standing (and long hair) - Gallery #2

Most of these members joined in 2001-2003


NOTE: Some entries include comments. These comments were supplied by the LFHCfS member or by the person or organization who or which nominated her or him.

NOTE: Some entries don't include photos. These photos not included by the LFHCfS member or by the person or organization who or which nominated her or him

NOTE: Membership does not expire, but some of the job titles etc. recorded below may have changed since the person became a member.




N. Amenta, LFHCfS


Nina Amenta
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor of Computer Scienc
University of California at Davis
Davis, California, USA
<more about this member>

"I would like to nominate several of my esteemed scientific colleagues for membership in your prestigious society, both for the disgustingly high quality of their scientific work and the enviably luxuriant fluidity of their hair."
(Nominated by Jeff Erickson)


D. Armstrong, LFHCfS


Don Armstrong
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Graduate Student
Cell, Molecular and Developmental Biology program
University of California, Riverside
<more about this member>

"Although I haven't always had long hair, my current hair length, quality, and quantity almost definitely qualifies me for the LFHCfS."


J. Aspelmeier, LFHCfS


Dr. Jeffery Aspelmeier
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Radford University
Radford, Virginia, USA
<more about this member>

"I nominate my colleague in the Psychology Department: Jeffery Aspelmeier (note that Jeffery is spelled strangely, and Aspelmeier is just strange)."
(Nominated by Don Hall)


P. Benetatos, LFHCfS


Panayotis Benetatos
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Department of Physics
Harvard University
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
<more about this member>

"As proof that Dr. Benetatos has LFH, I point you to ths URL (actually all three men in the photo are physicists and potential candidates &emdash; Dr. Benetatos is the leftmost one)."
(Nominated by Shantenu Jha)


I. Berkeley, LFHCfS


Dr. Ishy Berkeley
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Institute of Cognitive Science
University of Louisiana at
Lafayette, Louisiana, USA
<more about this member>

(Nominated by Jeff Pelletier, Barbara Abbott, & Larry Horn)


D. Boozer, LFHCfS


David Boozer
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Graduate Student
Caltech
Pasadena, California, USA
<more about this member>

"I would like to nominate Dave Boozer. I found his personal web page while doing some character research for a screenplay."
(Nominated by Sam Jennings)


B. Breithaupt, LFHCfS


Dr. Brent H. Breithaupt
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
University of Wyoming
Laramie, Wyoming, USA

"I have scoured the Web for minutes trying to locate a suitable photograph of him (I have several hard copies)... I know for a fact that the upcoming spring 2001 issue of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology News Bulletin (#180, currently at press) will have a photo of him on page 58 (I'm managing editor of the Bulletin &emdash; that's how I know)"
(Nominated by Mary Ann Schmidt, Doll in photo by Neffra Matthews)


D. Büring, LFHCfS


Daniel Büring
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Professor in Linguistics
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California, USA
<more about this member>

"Daniel Büring, a formal semanticist currently on the faculty of the Linguistics Department at UCLA. I just co-occurred with Professor Büring at a conference in Berlin, and was reminded of his eminent qualifications, which only partially come through in the picture (clickable for an enlargement)of him mixing a gin and tonic at his web site. (There's also another somewhat mysterious picture of him at the bottom of the web page drawn by his seven-year-old niece.)"
(Nominated by Larry Horn)


C. Cameron, LFHCfS


Colin Cameron
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Electrochemist
Defence Research and Development Canada
Halifax, Canada
<more about this member>

"I would like to nominate my collegue and friend Dr. Colin Cameron for membership in the LFHCfS. He claims to not have cut his hair since the 80's."
(Nominated by Royale Underhill)


F. Canelli, LFHCfS


Florencia Canelli
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Graduate Student in Physics
University of Rochester
Researcher
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
<more about this member>

"Florencia, our favorite Italian-Argentinian female graduate student on Dzero at the Fermilab Tevatron, MUST be included in the LFH club. And her curly locks are indeed natural!"
(Nominated by her Fermilab colleagues)


M. Cash, LFHCfS


Dr. Mason Cash
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Professor
Department of Philosophy
University of Central Florida
Orlando, FL, USA
<more about this member>

"Like Pinker, Chalmers, and Berkeley, I'm also a Cognitive Science type."
(Nominated by Jeff Pelletier, Barbara Abbott, & Larry Horn)


M. Cederwall, LFHCfS


Dr. Martin Cederwall
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor
Department of Fundamental Physics
Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg
Gothenburg, Sweden
<more about this member>

"Martin Cederwall is a professor at Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg (both in Gothenburg, Sweden) in the area theoretical physics, with the super string theory as his main interest. Doesn't he make your pitiful american LFHs look like skinheads in comparison?"
(Nominated by Torbjorn Karfunkel)


D. Chalmers, LFHCfS


Dr. David Chalmers
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Philosophy Department
University of Arizona
Tucson, Arizona, USA
<more about this member>

"Note that, like Pinker, David Chalmers is a cognitive scientist. I surmise that there is a signficant generalization to be gleaned here: clearly, these gentlemen and scholars are particularly concerned to keep their respective crania warm."
(Nominated by Barbara Abbott and Larry Horn, and supplemented by Gerry Lewin)


P. Cotterell, LFHCfS


Philip Cotterell
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Lecturer
Cybernetics Department
Reading University
England

"I nominate Philip Cotterell, lecturer on cybernetics at Reading University (UK) -- his hair is longer than this on occasions but at the time of the photo had been sheared for a wedding. He is the one on the left.."
(Nominated by Joanna McCormac)


S. B. Cooper, LFHCfS


S. Barry Cooper
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor of Mathematical Logic
University of Leeds
England
<more about this member>

"I would like to propose Professor S. Barry Cooper of Leeds University to membership of your Society. It's over 30 years since I've seen the flowing hair in person but the evidence is clearly shown on his website"
(Nominated by Nancy Boston)


V. Corey, LFHCfS


Dr. Vicka Corey
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Instructor in Neuroscience
Harvard Medical School
Boston, Massachusetts
<more about this member>

"I nominate my friend Vicka Corey, Ph.D. her hair has a near-independent existence and a name, along with wonderful length and volume."
(Nominated by Claudia Mastroianni)


R. D. Costello, LFHCfS


R. Dean Costello
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Biochemist
CDM Federal Programs Corporation
<more about this member>

"I would lke to nominate a biochemist who works in environmental remediation, whom, I feel, qualifies for the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists if we include great big fluffy heads w/beards such as belong to some of the current members. His hair doesn't flow, per se, but grows out and up in little horns and swirls."
(Nominated by Christina Miller)


S.G. Davies, LFHCfS


S.G. Davies
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor
Department of Chemistry
University of Oxford
England
<more about this member>

(Nominated by Evelyn Harvey, Martin Bell, & colleagues)


W. Davies, LFHCfS


William Davies
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor and DEO
University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa, USA
<more about this member>

After I became a member of this august community, it was suggested to me that you may need another photo. Here is a photo.

"I nominate William Davies to this club. I have known him for many years and he has always had LFH. As a linguist, his membership category is the same as that of B¦ring, Pinker, and Richards."
(Nominated by Stanley Dubinsky)


E. Demaine, LFHCfS


Erik D. Demaine
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Professor
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
<more about this member>

(Nominated by Jeff Erickson)


D. DiMassa, LFHCfS


Dr. Diane E. DiMassa
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor of Marine Engineering
Massachusetts Maritime Academy
Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, USA
<more about this member>

"I understand that Andrew Bennett has nominated me for the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists. I accept this nomination. I just spent over 5 weeks in a tent in Antarctica and boy was my hair a mess after no showers!"
(Nominated by Andrew Bennett)


J. Ellis, LFHCfS


John Ellis
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Theory Division
CERN
Geneva, Switzerland

"A picture of him and what is left of his hair can be found here. (John Ellis sits in the middle)"
(Nominated by David Lindelof)


V. S. Engel, LFHCfS


Victor S. Engel
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Computer Scientist
Comsys, Inc.
<more about this member>

"I am also an amateur scientist with interest in a variety of fields. As such I have published two orchid-related papers, and run the Men's Long Hair Site (http://the-light.com/mens/longhair.html)"


K. Favale, LFHCfS


Katie Favale
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Research Associate
Argonne National Lab
Argonne Illinois, USA

"I nominate my science-friend, Katie. She works at at the Advanced Photon Source (APS) at Argonne National Laboratory. She'd hardcore science and Luxuriant Flowing Hair all in one."
(Nominated by Dan Lutger)


D. Farris, LFHCfS


David Farris
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Graduate student in mathematics
University of California Berkeley
<more about this member>

"I nominate my husband, David Farris, for the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists. David is a Harvard alum and a graduate student in mathematics at UC Berkeley. He has had luxuriant flowing hair since 2000."
(Nominated by Kirsten Chevalier)


B. Fennema, LFHCfS


Bud Fennema
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Department Chair and Associate Professor
Department of Accounting
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida, USA
<more about this member>

"I am hopeful that Dr. Fennema will help the the LHCfS recover from the recent, tragic loss-because-of-haircut of Dr. Mussweiler. I think that Dr. Fennema would be the first distinguished member to have a PhD in accountancy."
(Nominated by Noel Brewer)


M. Fletcher, LFHCfS


Murray Fletcher
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Senior Research Scientist
Director of the Collections
Orange Agricultural Institute
Orange, New South Wales, Australia

"I would like to nominate Dr Murray Fletcher here in Australia. Whilst he has cut off his pony tail, I thought his long flowing beard might qualify him for consideration. Interestingly his beard is older than a lot of postgraduates at our Uni (last shave was 1973) and his son's mother had to show him how to shave when he came of age because Murray had no idea."
(Nominated by Leigh J. Pilkington)

"I am surprised and delighted to find that I have been accepted into one of the world's most exclusive scientific clubs. This means I can add M.L.F.H.C.f.S. after my name. By the way, I last shaved in January 1972, not 1973 as reported by my nominator Leigh Pilkington. As a point of interest, here is a photo of Leigh to show why he may have wanted to nominate somebody else to this august group rather than himself."


R. Forsman, LFHCfS


Robert H. Forsman, Jr.
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Chief Scientist
Incanta
<more about this member>

(Nominated by David Nicol)


S. J. Gates, LFHCfS


S. J. Gates
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
John S. Toll Professor of Physics
University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland, USA
<more about this member>

"This qualifies as luxuriant, if not flowing"
(Nominated by Didier A Depireux)


A. Gavrin, LFHCfS


Andrew D. Gavrin
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Professor of Physics
Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI)
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
<more about this member>

"I have the deep honor to nominate for membership in the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists the respected Dr. Andrew D. Gavrin. One look at his photo explains all."
(Nominated by Richard Kahane)


J. Gillespie, LFHCfS


Jason Gillespie
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Graduate Student
Department of Archaeology
University of Calgary
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

"While I recognize that Jason is a social scientist and so is not a 'real' scientist, archeology is on the harder end of that spectrum."
(Nominated by David Spencer)


D. Glass, LFHCfS


Darren Glass
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Darren Glass
Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
Columbia University
New York City, New York, USA
<more about this member>
<even more about this member>

"I'd like to nominate Steve Sigur, who teaches math and science at the Paideia School in Atlanta, GA, and Darren Glass, one of his former students who is now a professor of mathematics at Columbia.  Both of these men have wonderful minds and even more delightful personalities"
(Nominated by Beverly Love)


P. Greenberg, LFHCfS


Dr. Philip D. Greenberg
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre
Seattle, Washington, USA
<more about this member>

(Nominated by Ian Davis)


J. Greenlee, LFHCfS


James Greenlee
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Instructor, Computer Science
Georgia Tech
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
<more about this member>
<www.jimgreenlee.com

"Here's a link showcasing his mullet."
(Nominated by Divya Narayanan)


M. Hamilton, LFHCfS


Michael Hamilton
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Resident Reserve Director
James San Jacinto Mountains Reserve
University of California, Natural Reserve System
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Biology
University of California, Riverside
<more about this member>

"My grad students and friends keep pestering me to join (I won't give them permission to nominate me), so here you go."


T. Hayes, LFHCfS


Dr. Tamara Hayes
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Professor
Biomedical Engineering
Oregon Health & Science University
Beaverton, Oregon, USA
<more about this member>

Member Update (In Memoriam)

"I and a couple of colleagues nominate Professor Tamara Hayes. We all worked with her prior to her academic career and believe that recent successes in the academic world have actually made her hair more luxuriant."
(Nominated by Anthony Daniel)


D. Helfand, LFHCfS


Dr. David Helfand
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Chair
Department of Astronomy
Columbia University
New York, New York, USA
<more about this member>

(Nominated by Ilana Harrus)


W. Herbranson, LFHCfS


Walter T. Herbranson
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Department of Psychology
Whitman College
Walla Walla, Washington, USA
<more about this member>

"I nominate Walter T. Herbranson, Ph.D. for membership in the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists club. Wally is a colleague of mine who is well-known for his teaching and research in comparative psychology, and for his friendliness and goodwill. He is also well-known for his luxuriantly flowing hair, and he surely qualifies for membership in your esteemed society."
(Nominated by Matthew Prull)


R. Herz, LFHCfS


Dr. Rachel S. Herz
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island, USA
<more about this member>

"Dr. Herz studies the mysteries of olfaction and memory. We in related fields sometimes study her hair, which is memorable and reportedly fragrant."
(Nominated by Lee Allison)


M. Hodoscek, LFHCfS


Milan Hodoscek
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Professor of Theoretical Chemistry
University of Ljubljana
Slovenia
<more about this member>

"Milan must be a member. What hair the man has!"
(Nominated by Tatiana Dubek)


J. Holden, LFHCfS


Joshua Brandon Holden
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Teaching Professor
Department of Mathematics
Duke University
<more about this member>
<even more about this member>

"Dr. Joshua Brandon is generously endowed in this respect, although the photograph on this Web page does not quite do justice to his natural gifts."
(Nominated by Kim Plofker)


R. Holmes, LFHCfS


Rob Holmes
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Canadian Museum of Nature
Ottawa, Canada
<more about this member>

"This is the best picture I can find of our Paleo Boy on our web site. It doesn't show his tresses in full array, but does show that the scenery around here is pretty good. And we have nice labs, too. Rob's nomination would be rivalled by one for his lovely bride, Alison Murray, also on our Paleo staff, unfortunately I cannot substantiate that one with a picture."
(Nominated by Judith Price)


D. Irving, LFHCfS


Dr. Duncan Irving
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Rock Deformation Lab
Dept. of Earth Sciences
University of Manchester
U.K.

"As a geologist, I know that luxuriant flowing hair has a practical function as an insulator on those windy exposures."


C. Jones, LFHCfS


Dr. Cameron Jones
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Chancellery Research Fellow
Centre for Mathematical Modelling
Swinburne University of Technology
Hawthorn, Victoria
Australia
<more about this member>

(Nominated by Jon Dell'Oro)


P. Jones, LFHCfS


Paul Jones
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Director
Ibiblio.org
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
<more about this member>

"I hearby nominate Paul Jones for inclusion in your club, as he exceeds your requirements. He not only has luxuriant, long hair, but also a rubber chicken. He also looks like a variety of people. He is also director of ibiblio.org, and teaches on the faculties of the UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communications and the School of Information and Library Science."
(Nominated by Michael Czeiszperge)

"I cannot begin to say how grateful I am to Michael for nominating me for this distinguished honor. I've been working on this hair project since 1968 with few breaks (for job hunts in the late 70s) which makes my hair project older than many of my students' time on this planet. The rubber chicken is only a few years old, though."


A. Kihm, LFHCfS


Allen Kihm
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Head, Vertebrate Paleontology
Minot State University
Minot, North Dakota, USA
<more about this member>

"I am honored to be counted among such a hirsute group. I will have you know that I also have my very own action figure (which has LFH) thanks to a pair of students."
(Nominated by Sally Shelton)


M. Koehl, LFHCfS


Mimi R. Koehl
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor of Invertebrate Functional Morphology and Biomechanics
University of California Berkeley
<more about this member>

"Mimi Koehl is one of our greatest biologists and her hair is just as admirable as her science (and on top of that she's a MacArthur Genius Grant winner)."
(Nominated by Barbara Oakes)


K. Koster, LFHCfS


Karen L. Koster
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor
Department of Biology
University of South Dakota
Vermillion, South Dakota, USA
<more about this member>
<even more about this member>

"Dr. Koster is qualified for membership because she has the hair. I am qualified to nominate her because we've been friends since 1980, and she was my wife's Maid of Honor at our wedding."
(Nominated by Richard Lipp)


T. Krause, LFHCfS


Thomas O. Krause
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Associate Professor
Physics and Astronomy
Towson University
Towson, Maryland, USA
<more about this member>

"I nominate Dr. Thomas O. Krause, Physics and Astronomy, Towson University, for membership in the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists.I can state that his hair's sheer presence has not diminished one bit since I first met Dr. Krause in 1977, and in fact it has selectively increased its reflective properties. "
(Nominated by JoAnne Schmitz)


J. Lassez, LFHCfS


Jean-Louis Lassez
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Chairman
Department of Computer Science
Coastal Carolina University
Conway, South Carolina, USA
<more about this member>

"It is with great pleasure that I nominate Dr. Jean-Louis Lassez. Dr. Lassez is a prominent researcher in machine learning and bioinformatics, an icon in the field of logic programming, my current colleague and former dissertation advisor. He is also, without question, admirably qualified for LFHCfS membership."
(Nominated by Jonathan P. Bernick)


J. Lavagnino, LFHCfS


John Lavagnino
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Lecturer in humanities computing
Centre for Computing in the Humanities
King's College London
England
<more about this member>

"Dr. Lavagnino is a physicist and computer scientist now moonlighting as a scholar of twentieth-century English and American literature, whose tuggable tresses have long been one of the noted sights at humanities computing conferences on both sides of the Atlantic."
(Nominated by Kim Plofker)


M. Lazerri, LFHCfS


M. Lazerri
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Research Assistant (Post Doc.)
Department of Chemistry
Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey, USA
<more about this member>

"Here is an outstanding candidate for the LFH club."
(Nominated by Andrea De Martino)


S. Lieb, LFHCfS


Shannon Lieb
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor of Chemistry
Butler University
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
<more about this member>

"I'd like to nominate Dr. Shannon Lieb from Butler University. Although when he was my teacher in the late 80's he got haircuts once a year, it seems he's given them up altogether as seen in this URL (the one with the suspenders in the front)."
(Nominated by Sarah Locknar)


D. London, LFHCfS


David London
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor of Physics
Université de Montréal
<more about this member>

(Nominated by Luke Hand)


L. Machesky, LFHCfS


Laura. M. Machesky
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
School of Biosciences
The University of Birmingham
<more about this member>

"I would like to nominate Dr. Laura Machesky, the luxuriance of whose hair is bettered only by that of her cat."
(Nominated by Robert Insall)


D. Malotky, LFHCfS


Dave Malotky
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Senior Research Engineer
Dow Chemical
Midland, Michigan

"I would like to nominate my friend Dave Malotky. Not only does he have luxuriant, flowing hair, but he makes ingredients for the personal care industry to help maintain luxuriant flowing hair at the appropriate levels of luxury and flow. Here is a picture of Dave's luxurious flowing hair, and incidentally, his wallet. This is a link to a Lehigh University degree announcement. Scroll down to the January 2002 Degrees for another (though poor) picture of the hair."
(Nominated by Stephen L. Cain)


H. Mason, LFHCfS


Helen Mason
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Director of Research
Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
University of Cambridge
<more about this member/>

(Nominated by Jeremy Bradley)


M. Mathieu, LFHCfS


Martin Mathieu
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Pure Mathematics Department
Queen's University Belfast
Ireland
<more about this member>

"I nominate Dr Martin Mathieu for membership of the luxuriantly flowing hair club. See the photo for evidence of his accomplishment."
(Nominated by Jonathan R. Partington)


D. McConchie, LFHCfS


David McConchie
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor of Geochemistry
Centre for Coastal Management
Southern Cross University
Australia

"For this picture pic we'd bothered to cut his hair - and trim his beard. But then, you could just wander around and look at any old field geologist and they'd all look exactly the same. Hairy. Company geologists usually look a bit tidier, but the field geologist or the academic geologist has a reputation to keep."
(Nominated by Fiona Davies-McConchie)


P. McEuen, LFHCfS


Paul McEuen
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Physics Department
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York, USA
<more about this member>

(Nominated by Michael S. Fuhrer)


R. Michell, LFHCfS


Prof. Robert H. Michell
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor
School of Biosciences
The University of Birmingham
<more about this member>

"I would like to nominate professor Bob Michell for his luxuriant flowing hair, which includes a beard with much character and flow. You can often find Bob in his sandals and favorite shirt (pictured) with his flowing hair in a neat pony tail. He brightens everyone's day and we all love his hair!"
(Nominated by Laura. M. Machesky)


S. Mohamed, LFHCfS


Shamim Mohamed
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Computer Scientist
Logitech
San Francisco, California
<more about this member>

"I hereby nominate Shamim Mohamed, Ph.D., to the LFHCfS. Dr. Mohamed has prepared his own nomination page - his luxuriant and colourful mane may be seen in all its glory there. Shamim is a computer scientist by training and profession but is a man of manifold interests. I heartily recommend browsing his web site <http://www.drones.com>."
(Nominated by Vicraj Thomas)


C. Morrow, LFHCfS


Cherilynn Morrow
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Manager for Education and Outreach
Space Science Institute (SSI)
Chair of the Solar Physics and Aeronomy Education & Public Information Committee
American Geophysical Union (AGU)
<more about this member>
< swfound.org/about-us/our-advisory-committee/dr-cherilynn-morrow>

"I nominate Dr. Cherilynn Morrow. As you can see from the website, her luxuriant, flowing hair has been seen all over the globe, and surely deserves membership."
(Nominated by Christy Edwards)


R. Pappalardo, LFHCfS


Robert Pappalardo
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Professor
University of Colorado at Boulder
Department of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences
and Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
Boulder, Colorado, USA
<more about this member>

"I wish to nominate Dr. Robert "Bob" Pappalardo for membership. I am proud to state that I have known Bob for many years, and have watched him grow into the ideal LHFCfS candidate in every way. His follicular and scientific achievements are far beyond reproach."
(Nominated by Jonathan Jacobs)


Y. Patt, LFHCfS


Yale N. Patt
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas, USA
<more about this member>

"I propose one of my old professors from UT."
(Nominated by Gunn Pachai Salelanonda)


J. Payette, LFHCfS


Julie Payette
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Astronaut
Canadian Space Agency
<more about this member>
<even more about this member>

(Nominated by Lorne Wald)


S. Pinker, LFHCfS


Dr. Steven Pinker
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Department of Psychology
Harvard University
Cambridge, Massachsetts, USA
<more about this member>

"Luxuriant hair is always pleasing, possibly because it shows not only current health but a record of health in the years before."


J. Pipas, LFHCfS


Dr. James M. Pipas
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
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more about this member

"Jim Pipas is a virologist at the University of Pittsburgh and a most talented musician and performer. His band, The Sleaze, is actually very good and plays regularly at Pittsburgh's top bars."
(Nominated by Maggie Fox)


R. Record, LFHCfS


Dr. Ron Record
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Open Source Architect
SCO
Santa Cruz, California
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<another view of this member's hair>

(Nominated by Hanna Nelson)


P. Resnik, LFHCfS


Philip Resnik
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Associate Professor
Department of Linguistics and Institute for Advanced Computer Studies
University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland, USA
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(Nominated by Heidi J. Fox)


N. Richards, LFHCfS


Norvin Richards
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor
Department of Linguistics and Philosophy
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
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"I would like to nominate Dr. Norvin Richards III for membership in LFHCfS. While he is not blessed with LFH on top of his head, his beard is L and F indeed, as you can see in this photo. His scientific credentials are as impressive as his beard. His 1997 dissertation, just published by Oxford University Press as Movement in Language: Interactions and Architecture, is a groundbreaking investigation into the principles that govern wh-movement. He has also done much important work on Austronesian and Algonquian languages."
(Nominated by Bridget Copley)


U. Rothlisberger, LFHCfS


Ursula Rothlisberger
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Professor of Computer-Aided Inorganic Chemistry
ETH Zentrum
Zurich, Switzerland
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(Nominated by Gruezi)


B. Rogers, LFHCfS


Prof. Bryan Rogers
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Professor of Biology
Louisiana State University
Baton rouge, Louisiana, USA

"My genetics teacher, Bryan Rogers, needs to be a member of the elite hair club. His hair extends more than seven inches down his back.)."
(Nominated by Courtney M Cain)


M. Rourman, LFHCfS


Mason Rourman
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Electrical Antenna Engineer
Boeing Satellite Systems
El Segundo, California, USA

"I direct you to the website he had while a graduate student at Cal State Fullerton. His hair is no less luxuriantly flowing now than it was then."
(Nominated by Trish Lohmar)


M. Rudd, LFHCfS


Michael E. Rudd
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington, USA
(Nominated by Brian Bechtel)


B. Rupert, LFHCfS


Ben Rupert
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Graduate Student
Department of Chemistry
University of Califoria
Berkeley, California, USA

"Ben Rupert is a chemistry grad student at UC Berkeley. His magnificent locks inspire awe and envy in all who see them. Countless masses have been inspired to grow out their own hair upon a single view of his, but the few, oh, the very few can measure up."
(Nominated by Elizabeth Newsom)


G. Ruvkun, LFHCfS


Gary Ruvkun
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant and Associate Professor of Genetics
Harvard Medical School
Massachusetts, USA
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"You have to go most of the way toward the bottom of this genetics-and-molecular-biology-heavy page before you see the indicative photo. Let me assure you that in person, Gary's H is at least as LF as Steve Pinker's, though not as curly."
(Nominated by Michael Finney)


R. Sapolsky, LFHCfS


Robert Sapolsky
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor of Neuroendocrinology
Stanford University
Stanford, California, USA
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"I respectfully nominate candidate Stanford neuroendocrinologist Robert Sapolsky to the club."
(Nominated by Sylvie Coyaud)


B. Sarason, LFHCfS


Bob Sarason
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Laser Safety Officer
UC Davis
David, California, USA

"I'd like to nominate my co-worker, Bob Sarason, for membership. As you can see, Bob does have luxuriant flowing hair, with ringlets, no less. The ringlets are a bit mashed - Bob rode his beloved and lovingly restored and chopped 1945 Knucklehead Harley-Davidson motorcycle the day I took this pic. Bob holds a Masters in reproductive physiology and is a hapkido instructor."
(Nominated by Debbie Decker)


A. Schnell, LFHCfS


Dr. Alexander Schnell
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Materials Scientist
Alstom Gmbh
Switzerland

"I would like to nominate my colleague Dr. Alexander Schnell for membership into The Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists (LFHCfS). He is a materials scientist working on high temperature superalloy brazing solutions for rotating gas turbine components."
(Nominated by Andrew Passmore)


N. Schraudolph, LFHCfS


Nic Schraudolph
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Oberassistent (group leader)
Machine Learning
Swiss Federal Polytechnic
Zurich, Switzerland
<www.schraudolph.org/>

"I would like to nominate Dr. Nic Schraudolph. His unique hairstyle (cropped front, long luxurious flowing back) will certaily make him a member in good standing!"
(Nominated by Tom Brendle)


P. Scott, LFHCfS


Peter Scott
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Associate Professor Emeritus
Physics Department
University of California at Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz, California, USA
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(Nominated by Dinah Phillips)


S. Sigur, LFHCfS


Steve Sigur
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Teacher
Mathematics and Science
The Paideia School
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
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Member Update (In Memoriam)

"I'd like to nominate Steve Sigur, who teaches math and science at the Paideia School in Atlanta, GA, and Darren Glass, one of his former students who is now a professor of mathematics at Columbia.  Both of these men have wonderful minds and even more delightful personalities,"
(Nominated by Beverly Love)


T. Slater, LFHCfS


Dr. Tim Slater
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Micro Machinist
Masters in Engineering from University of California, Santa Barbara

"I would like to nominate Tim Slater to your club. He is not only a scientist (micro machinist) but he actually has long flowing (bad) hair. He seems perfectly suited for your club and his hair really does need to win an award or at least acknowledgement of some kind.I believe he is averaging a 7.8 on 'Am I Hot or Not' with this photo."
(Nominated by April Lorren)



Noah A. Smith
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Graduate Student
Department of Computer Science
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland
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"I nominate Noah Smith, who is a (former) student of Resnick (also a member). Maybe Luxuriant Flowing Hair is hereditary?"
(Nominated by Gideon Mann)

Member Update:
Assistant Professor, Language Technologies Institute,
Machine Learning Department, School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA


E. Soloway, LFHCfS


Elliot Soloway
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor
School of Information AND School of Education
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
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"Elliot Soloway is known not only for his brillance and energy, but also his fabulous hair!"
(Nominated by Paula Wellings)


M. Spaller, LFHCfS


Mark Spaller
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Professor of Bioorganic Chemistry
Wayne State University
Detroit, Michigan, USA

"Dr. Spaller is a gifted lecturer and seems to have a pretty good sense of humor."
(Nominated by Karla D. Cesarek)


C. Stoll, LFHCfS


Cliff Stoll
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Astronomer
science correspondent of sorts for MSNBC
author of "Cuckoo's Egg" and "Silicon Snake Oil"
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(Nominated by Tom Way)


S. Strahan, LFHCfS


Dr. Susan Strahan
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
General Sciences Corporation
(Nominated by Lynn Sparling)


F. Terenzi, LFHCfS


Fiorella Terenzi
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Astrobiologist
author
recording artist
Miami, Florida, USA
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"Dr. Fiorella Terenzi is my idol. What a mind! What hair!"
(Nominated by Carl Dolan)


S. Turse, LFHCfS


Stephanie E. Turse
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Research Associate
Molecular Virology and Microbiology
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

"I would like to nominate my friend and colleague Stephanie to your club. She is the person in top right of the picture. Her hair goes all the way to her waist."
(Nominated by Karen Fite)


J. Uretsky, LFHCfS


Josh Uretsky
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Graduate Student in Biophysics
University of York
United Kingdom

"I wish to offer myself for membership."


E. Villa, LFHCfS


Elizabeth Villa
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Biophysics PhD student
Center for Biophysics and Computational Biology
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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"It is with great respect and admiration that I nominate my friend and colleague, Elizabeth Villa. She possesses not only luxuriant, flowing (fully solvated) hair, but a true and enduring love of science that few can match."
(Nominated by Rosemary Braun)


J. Vokey, LFHCfS


John R. Vokey
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor
Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
University of Lethbridge
Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
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"We would like to nominate Dr. John Vokey of the University of Lethbridge, both an excellent scientist and proof that long cogitation fertilizes the hair roots. "
(Nominated by Dr. Stewart Longman [alas not eligible due to short and thinning hair] and Dr. Katharina Rach-Longman [with long and luxuriant flowing hair])


G. Watts, LFHCfS


Gordon Watts
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Professor of Physics
University of Washington
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"With his smooth, silky hair, Gordon is a 'natch' for the LFH club! He's an Assistant Prof. in HEP at U.W. working on the DZero experiment at the Fermilab Tevatron."
(Nominated by Robin D. Erbacher)


K. Wich, LFHCfS


Klaus Wich
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Diplom-Informatiker
Department of Computer Science Theory
Universität Stuttgart
Germany
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"His hair qualifies."
(Nominated by Christian Renz)


R. Wilson, LFHCfS


Prof. Rob Wilson
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor of Philosophy
University of Alberta
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(Nominated by Jeff Pelletier, Barbara Abbott, and Larry Horn, and, eventually, Rob Wilson)


R. Winder, LFHCfS


Dr. Russell Winder
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Visiting Academic
Department of Computer Science
King's College London
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(Nominated by Ross Burton)




Resigned Due to Haircut

December 9, 2002

Dr. M. (Name withdrawn)
"...So, in order to preserve the luxuriant flowing character of the club, I guess, I should resign."





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