59 UWM scientists ranked in top 2% globally

Fifty-nine scientists at UWM are listed in a ranking of the top 2% of scientists in the world in a study by Stanford University. The list includes two who passed away in recent years, Arun Garg and Richard Warren.

The study identifies the top scholars in their field by considering how often their work has been cited over the course of their careers. Those from UWM include:

  • Pradeep Rohatgi
  • Leonard Parker
  • Neil Oldridge
  • Belle Rose Ragins
  • Michael Nosonovsky
  • George W. Hanson
  • Mohsen Bahmani-Oskooee
  • Scott Gronert
  • Yue Liu
  • Mark D. Schwartz
  • Nadya Fouad
  • Karyn M. Frick
  • Michael Weinert
  • Fred J. Helmstetter
  • Peter O. Dunn
  • Patrick R. Brady
  • Deyang Qu
  • Mark Dietz
  • Dawn K. Erb
  • Patricia E. Stevens
  • John L. Friedman*
  • Mike Allen
  • Lingfeng Wang
  • Peter M. Sheehan
  • Daniel F. Agterberg
  • Linda A. Whittingham
  • Mark J. McBride
  • John A. Berges
  • Ernest Alexander
  • Robert Greenler
  • David H. Petering
  • Mark V. Johnston
  • David L. Kaplan
  • Fatemeh Mariam Zahedi
  • Barbara R. Pauloski
  • Wilfred T. Tysoe
  • Alan G. Wiseman
  • Konstantin Sobolev
  • J.D.E. Creighton
  • John Janssen
  • Carolyn Rubin Aita
  • Krishna M. Pillai
  • Adel Nasiri
  • Changshan Wu
  • Christine R. Kovach
  • George Sosnovsky
  • Elizabeth C. Devine
  • Jun Zhang
  • Hugo Lopez
  • Anoop K. Dhingra
  • Hope A. Olson*
  • Dietmar Wolfram
  • Richard Grusin
  • Devendra K. Misra
  • Junhong Chen
  • Iris Xie
  • George Morris

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