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Gary Bold

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Gary Edward John Bold (1938 – 3 July 2018) was a New Zealand physicist, an Honorary Associate Professor in physics at the University of Auckland. After gaining a PhD in 1961, Bold became a lecturer who taught across all courses in the physics department at the University. His research areas included underwater acoustics and application of physics theory to understanding human consciousness. He was highly regarded as a teacher and won the Prime Minister's Supreme Award at the 2004 Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards. Bold had an interest in amateur radio and as an active member of the New Zealand Association of Radio Transmitters (NZART), won a prize for the quality of his columns in the organisation's newsletters. Education Bold received a doctoral degree in 1970 from the University of Auckland. His doctoral thesis was titled Antipodal HF radio propagation. Teaching While not becoming a lecturer until 1961, Bold began teaching in 1960 as an MSc student. Over his
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