Robert Andrews Millikan
2. In 1921 he was appointed Director of the Norman Bridge Laboratory of Physics at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. He was also elected chairman of the Executive Council of that Institute.
3. In 1923 he held honorary doctors degrees of some twenty five different universities. He had been the Recipient of the Comstock Prize of the National Academy of Science, of the Edison American Institute of Electrical Engineers, of the Hughes Medal of the Royal Society of Great Britain, and of the Noble Prize of Physics.