University of California at Berkeley


Faculty Awards

1995 California Scientist of the Year
Peter Schultz, chemistry

National Medal of Science
Stephen Smale, professor emeritus of mathematics
Richard Karp, University Professor emeritus of computer science

A.M. Turing Award
Manuel Blum, electrical engineering and computing sciences

Presidential Faculty Fellow
Kenneth Goldberg, industrial engineering and operations research

American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Christopher Alexander, architecture
Paul Alpers, English
Kathryn Anderson, molecular and cell biology
Elwyn Berlekamp, mathematics
Carol Clover, Scandanavian studies and rhetoric
Robert Goldman, South and Southeast Asian studies
Susan Graham, electrical engineering and computer resources
Martin Jay, history
H. W. Lenstra, mathematics
C. Bradley Moore, chemistry
KennethWachter, demography and statistics

American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellows
Patrick Kirch, anthropology
Thomas McEvilly, geology and geophysics
Christopher McKee, physics
David Potts, biological sciences
Carla Shatz, neuroscience
Kenneth Wachter, demography and statistics
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowships
Wye Jamison Allanbrook, music
Robin L. Einhorn, history
Sabina Magliocco, anthropology
Dan Voiculescu, mathematics

National Academy of Engineering
Thomas Budinger, electrical engineering and computer sciences
Warren Miller Jr., nuclear engineering

National Academy of Sciences
Thomas Cline, molecular and cell biology
Olympic Prize in Sports Medicine
Ralph S. Paffenbarger Jr., research epidemiologist

Sloan Research Fellowships
James C. Davis, physics
Robert G. Jacobsen, physics
Hitoshi Murayama, physics

Alumni Awards

Alumna of the Year
Marian Diamond, professor of integrative biology and former director of Lawrence Hall of Science

Student Awards

University Medalist
Dana Russell Wagner, economics and comparative literature


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