Dr. William E. Gordon
Black and white photograph of William E. Gordon standing facing a blackboard, upon which is written a mathematical equation and a graph titled "Doppler spread."
William E. Gordon became Provost and Vice President of Rice University under President Hackerman on July 1, 1980. He retired July 1, 1985, although he continued to serve as provost until his replacement reported to work in spring 1986. Gordon also taught space physics and astronomy, as well as electrical engineering, during his 19 years on the Rice faculty. Prior to becoming provost and vice president, Gordon served as Dean of Natural Sciences (1975-1980) and Dean of Science and Engineering (1966-1975).
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