Notable Women in the Physical Sciences: A Biographical Dictionary

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MARILYN MCKINLEY PARRISH


SANDRA MOORE FABER (1944- ) Astronomer
Birth 1944
1966 B.A., physics, Swarthmore College
1967 Married Andrew Faber
1972 Ph.D., astronomy, Harvard University
1972-77 Assistant Professor / Assistant Astronomer, Lick
Observatory, University of California, Santa Cruz
1977-79 Associate Professor / Associate Astronomer, Lick
Observatory, University of California, Santa Cruz

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