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Jon Rosner is Retiring!

We cordially invite you to celebrate Jon Rosner on the occasion of his retirement from the Department of Physics, the Enrico Fermi Institute, and the College at The University of Chicago. Jon is known for his deep and wide contributions to theoretical investigations of heavy flavor, W and Z boson physics, gauge theories, and applications of the quark model. In the world of experiment, Jon is also known as an exceptionally effective and subtle experimentalist, as well as a true expert in analog and digital electronics. In both areas, Jon is a distinguished and award-winning teacher. (Indeed, if it weren't for this we would be sure that there had to be at least two Jon Rosners, given the breadth and productivity). Please join us in honoring Jon, and to celebrate him and Joy.

Jim Alexander (Cornell)
David Asner (PNNL)
Ed Berger (ANL)
Ed Blucher (Chicago)
Marcela Carena (Chicago/Fermilab)
Peter Freund (Chicago)
Henry Frisch (Chicago)
Chris Hill (Fermilab)
Emil Martinec (Chicago)
Jim Napolitano (Rensselaer)
Mark Oreglia (Chicago)
Carlos Wagner (Chicago/Argonne)

March 31, 2011
April 1, 2011