Day Elected Fellow of the American Physical Society
In recognition by his peers of his outstanding contributions to physics, Professor Donal Day has been elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society. His Fellowship Certificate will read:
"For his studies of high momentum transfer quasielastic electron scattering, scaling relations and the short-range structure of nuclei and for his contributions to the use of polarized targets in the study of nucleon form factors and spin structure functions."
His name and citation will be published in the March 2013 issue of APS News and will appear on the Fellowship Page of the APS Home Page, http://www.aps.org.