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Chang Kee Jung named Distinguished Professor  
Stony Brook, NY November 16, 2015 - Chang Kee Jung was approved by the State University of New York (SUNY) Board of Trustees for appointment to the rank of Distinguished Professor as recommended by campus and SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher.

Professor Chang Kee Jung is an exceptional and leading scientist with an excellent record of teaching and service to the Universityand to the broader community, and for his major scientific achievements and leadership role in the study of neutrinos and nucleon decay. Since 1990, when he established the Stony Brook Nucleon decay and Neutrino Physics group, he rose steadily in international recognition due to his deep understanding of particle physics, his strategic thinking, as well as his communication and organizational skills. His work at the Super-Kamiokande, the K2K and the T2K experiments, and his studies on nucleon decay, arewidely recognized and made him an international leader in neutrino research. He has recently embarked on helping to design and build the next generation of neutrino experiments in the U.S. Professor Jung also had tremendous successes in both graduate andpostdoctoral training, in undergraduate research experience, and in classroom teaching.

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