OSA mourns the passing of these distinguished colleagues.

W. Lewis (Lem) Hyde
January 09, 2003

OSA News W. Lewis Hyde (1919-2003) Former OSA president W. Lewis ("Lem") Hyde, a noted physicist and the provost of the University Heights campus of New York University (NYU) during the Vietnam War, died January 9, 2003, in Cambridge, Mass. He was 83 years old. The apparent cause of death was a heart attack. Hyde graduated from Harvard College in 1941 and served as a rese...

Carl M. Verber
October 07, 2002

OSA News Carl Verber, Noted Professor and OSA Fellow, Dies October 7, 2002 -- Carl M. Verber, an OSA Fellow, died on October 7, 2002, of heart failure, in Atlanta, Georgia. He was 67. Verber received his bachelor's degree from Yale University, his master's degree from the University of Rochester and his doctorate from the University of Colorado. All three degrees were in physics....