List of University of California, Berkeley faculty

List of University of California, Berkeley faculty

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This page lists notable faculty (past and present) of the University of California, Berkeley. Faculty who were also alumni are listed in bold font, with degree and year in parentheses.

*Giorgio Agamben - Visiting Chair of Italian Culture (1994), Department of Italian Studies
*George A. Akerlof - Nobel laureate (2001, economics), Professor of Economics
*Luis W. Alvarez - Nobel laureate (1968, physics), Professor of Physics
*Walter Alvarez - Professor of Geology
*Robert Bellah - Professor Emeritus of Sociology, author of numerous works including "Habits of the Heart" and "The Good Society", recipient of the National Humanities Medal
*Frank Baron - Professor of Civil Engineering
*Reinhard Bendix - Professor of Sociology (1947-1991)
*Lowell Bergman - Reva and David Logan Distinguished Professor of Journalism
*Carolyn Bertozzi - (Ph.D. 1993) T.Z. and Irmgard Chu Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology, HHMI Investigator and member of the NAS
*Manuel Blum - Professor of Computer Science and recipient of the 1995 Turing Award
*Herbert Bolton - Sather Professor and Chair of History, First Director of Bancroft Library
*Richard Borcherds - Fields medallist (1998), Professor of Mathematics
*Leo Brewer - Professor of Chemistry; member of the NAS; father of high temperature chemistry and former Associate Director of Berkeley National Lab)
*Wendy Brown - Professor of Political Science
*Judith Butler - Maxine Elliot Professor of Rhetoric and Comparative Literature
*Carlos Bustamante (Ph.D., 1981) - Professor of Physics, Molecular and Cellular Biology, and Chemistry
*Melvin Calvin - Nobel laureate (1961, chemistry), University Professor of Chemistry, discovered Calvin Cycle
*David Card - Professor of Economics, John Bates Clark Medal Winner (1995)
*Manuel Castells - Professor of Sociology and City and Regional Planning
*Owen Chamberlain - Nobel laureate (1959, physics), Professor of Physics
*Shiing-Shen Chern - leading differential geometer, Professor of Mathematics
*Leon O. Chua - Professor of Electrical Engineering, "father of nonlinear circuit theory", inventor of Chua's circuit, and first to postulate the existence of the solid state memristor
*Robert E. Connick (Ph.D. 1942) - professor of chemistry, dean of college of chemistry, vice-chancellor
*William Craig - (Emeritus) Professor of Philosophy
*Donald Davidson - philosopher, Willis S. and Marion Slusser Professor of Philosophy
*Richard Dawkins - visiting assistant professor of Zoology (Animal Behavior), 1970, co-taught course with George S. Barlow
*Gerard Debreu - Nobel laureate (1983, economics), Professor of Economics and of Mathematics
*J. Bradford DeLong - Professor of Economics
*Bernard L. Diamond, M.D., Professor of Law and Psychiatry
*Hubert Dreyfus - Professor of Philosophy
*Harry Edwards- Professor Emeritus of Sociology
*Hans Albert Einstein - Professor of Hydraulic Engineering (1947 - 1970 [http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/WRCA/einstein.html] ), son of Albert Einstein
*Erik Erikson - Professor of Psychology (1942-1950)
*Carlos Fernandez-Pello - Professor of Mechanical Engineering and research scientist in combustion.
*Paul Feyerabend - philosopher of science
*Alex Filippenko - Professor of Astronomy
*Stanley Fish - Professor of English (1962-1974)
*Claude S. Fischer - Professor of Sociology
*Thomas Flanagan - Professor of English, author of "The Year of the French", winner of 1979 National Critics Circle Award for fiction.
*Andreas Floer - Professor of Mathematics (1988-1990), developed Floer homology
*Michel Foucault - Visiting Professor of French (early 1980s)
*Jean Fréchet - Professor of Organic Chemistry and current Henry Rapoport Chair of Organic Chemistry
*Catherine Gallagher (B.A. 1972, M.A. 1975, Ph.D. 1979) - Eggers Professor of English
*Clifford Geertz - Assistant Professor of Anthropology (1958-60), now Professor Emeritus at Institute of Advanced Studies, Princeton, NJ.
*William F. Giauque (B.S. 1920, Ph.D. 1922) - Nobel laureate (1949, Chemistry)
*Donald A. Glaser - Nobel laureate (1950, physics), Professor of Molecular Biology and of Physics
*Erving Goffman - Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Sociology (1958-1968)
*Stephen Greenblatt - Professor of English (1969-1997)
*Erich S. Gruen - Gladys Rehard Wood Professor of History and Classics
*Thom Gunn - Senior Lecturer, MacArthur Fellow
*John C. Harsanyi - Nobel laureate (1994, economics)
*Robert Hass - U.S. Poet Laureate, National Book Award Winner, Professor of English
*Martin Jay - Sidney Hellman Ehrman Professor of History
*Michael I. Jordan - Professor of Computer Science, highly-publicized academic in artificial intelligence.
*Vaughan Jones - Fields medallist (1990), Professor of Mathematics
*Ken Jowitt - Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Robson Professor of Political Science
*Theodore Kaczynski - the Unabomber, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
*William Kahan - Professor of Mathematics and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, primary architect behind the IEEE 754 standard for floating-point computation, and recipient of the 1989 Turing Award
*Richard Karp - Professor of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Operations Research, and recipient of the 1985 Turing Award
*Evelyn Fox Keller - Professor of Rhetoric, History, and Women's Studies (1988-1992)
*Hans Kelsen - Professor of Law at Boalt Hall, one of the preeminent jurists of the 20th century
*Clark Kerr (Ph.D. 1939) - Professor of Industrial Relations, Chancellor (1952-58), UC President (1958-67)
*Maxine Hong Kingston (B.A. 1962) - author ("Woman Warrior"), Senior Lecturer
*Alfred Kroeber - Professor of Anthropology and father of Ursula LeGuin
*Thomas Kuhn - Professor of the Philosophy and History of Science (1956-1964)
*Arthur Jensen (B.A. 1945) - Professor Emeritus of Educational Psychology
*Adrienne Koch - Professor of History
*George Lakoff - Professor of Linguistics and Cognitive Science
*Jean Lave - Professor Emerita of Education and Geography
*Ernest O. Lawrence - Nobel laureate (1939, physics)
*Yuan T. Lee (Ph.D. 1962) - Nobel laureate (1986, Chemistry), Professor of Chemistry, Principal Investigator, Materials and Molecular Research Division, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
*G.N. Lewis - Dean of the College of Chemistry, professor of physical chemistry
*Willard Libby (B.S. 1931, Ph.D. 1933) - Professor of Chemistry, Nobel laureate (1960, Chemistry)
*T. Y. Lin (M.S. 1933) - Professor of Civil Engineering, bridgebuilder
*Leon F. Litwack (B.A. 1951, Ph.D. 1958) - Pulitzer Prize ("Been in the Storm So Long" [1980] ), Morrison Professor of American History
*Michel Loève - Professor of Mathematics and Statistics
*Leo Lowenthal - Member of the Frankfurt School for Social Research, along with Herbert Marcuse, Max Horkheimer, Walter Benjamin and Theodor W. Adorno; Professor of Sociology (1956-1992)
*Yakov Malkiel, Professor of Spanish and Professor of Linguistics, 1943–1983; founded journal "Romance Philology"
*Geoffrey Marcy, Professor of Astronomy, has discovered many extrasolar planets
*James Matisoff (Ph.D 1967) - Professor Emeritus of Linguistics, expert in the Tibeto-Burman languages
*Bernard Maybeck - drawing instructor (1894), Professor of Architecture (1898-1903)
*Edwin M. McMillan - Nobel laureate (1951, chemistry), Professor of Physics, Director, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
*Daniel L. McFadden - Nobel laureate (2000, economics)
*Walter Benn Michaels - Professor of English (1977-1987)
*D. A. Miller - John F. Hotchkis Professor of English
*Czesław Miłosz - Nobel laureate (1980, literature), Professor of Slavic Languages and Literature, Emeritus
*Roger Montgomery - Dean, College of Environmental Design, Professor of Urban Design, Architecture, and City and Regional Planning (1967-1996)
*Bharati Mukherjee - Professor of English
*Richard A. Muller - Professor of Physics, MacArthur Fellow
*Laura Nader - Professor of Anthropology, pioneer of Legal Anthropology, older sister of Ralph Nader
*John H. Northrop - Nobel laureate (1946, chemistry)
*Peter Norvig (Ph.D 1985) - former research faculty member, the other co-author of "Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach"
*Geoffrey Nunberg - Professor, School of Information
*Robert Oppenheimer - Professor of Physics, scientific head of the Manhattan Project, "father of the atomic bomb"
*John K. Ousterhout - Professor of Computer Science and creator of the Tcl programming language and the Tk platform-independent widget toolkit
*Christos Papadimitriou - Professor of Computer Science. Also a member of Lady X and the Positive Eigenvalues.
*Andreas Papandreou - Professor and Chair of Economics, Prime Minister of Greece
*David A. Patterson - Professor of Computer Science, pioneer of RISC computer design and RAID storage systems.
*Donald Pederson - Professor of Electrical Engineering, creator of SPICE, the canonical integrated circuit simulator.
*Kenneth Pitzer (Ph.D. 1937) - Dean of the College of Chemistry (1951-60), Professor of Chemistry, President of Rice University and Stanford University
*Michael Pollan - Knight Professor of Journalism
*Matthew Rabin - Professor of Economics and MacArthur Fellow
*Paul Rabinow - Professor of Anthropology
*Robert Reich - Professor of Public Policy and former U.S. Secretary of Labor
*Ken Ribet - Professor of Mathematics, contributor to the proof of Fermat's last theorem
*Josiah Royce - Professor of Composition and Literature
*Mark Rubinstein - Paul Stephens Professor of Applied Investment Analysis, co-developer of the binomial tree method of options valuation
*Stuart J. Russell - Professor of Computer Science, co-author of "Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach"
*Dana Scott (B.S. 1954) - computer scientist, recipient of the 1976 Turing Award, Associate Professor of Math
*Glenn T. Seaborg (Ph.D. 1937) - Nobel laureate (1951, Chemistry), University Professor of Chemistry, Associate Director, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Chancellor, Berkeley campus (1958-1961)
*John Searle - Professor of Philosophy
*Emilio G. Segrè - Nobel laureate (1959, physics), Professor of Physics, Emeritus
*Julian Schwinger - theoretical physicist, National Research fellow
*Kaja Silverman - Class of 1940 Professor of Film Studies and Rhetoric
*Brett Simon (Ph.D. 2003) - Professor of Film Studies
*George F. Smoot - Nobel laureate (2006, Physics)
*Wendell M. Stanley - Nobel laureate (1946, chemistry)
*John R. Steel - Set Theorist
*Ronald Takaki (Ph.D. 1967) - Professor Emeritus of Ethnic Studies
*Richard Taruskin - Professor of Music
*Edward Teller - Professor of Physics, "father of the hydrogen bomb"
*Chang-Lin Tien - University Professor (UC system), NEC Distinguished Professor of Engineering, Chancellor of Berkeley campus (1990-1997)
*Claire J. Tomlin (Ph.D. 1998) - Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and 2006 MacArthur Fellow
*Charles H. Townes - Nobel laureate (1964, physics), University Professor of Physics
*Laura D'Andrea Tyson - Professor of Economics, Professor of Business Administration, former Dean of the Haas School of Business and former Chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisors
*Derek Van Rheenen (B.A. 1986, M.A. 1993, Ph.D. 1997) - Director of the Athletic Study Center; has taught courses in American Studies and the School of Education
*Kim Voss - Professor of Sociology and current Chair of Sociology
*Frederic Wakeman, Jr. (Ph.D. 1965) - Haas Professor of Asian Studies, Professor of History, President Emeritus of the American Historical Association
*Loïc Wacquant - Professor of Sociology
*David Wagner (M.S. 1999, Ph.D. 2000) - Assistant Professor of Computer Science, well-known researcher in cryptography.
*Ulrich Walter - German astronaut, now professor at the Technische Universität München
*Ian Watt - Professor of English (1952-1962), author of the classic "The Rise of the Novel" (1957)
*Michael J. Watts - Professor of Geography and Development Studies
*Bernard Williams - Professor of Philosophy
*Linda Williams (B.A. 1969) - Professor of Film Studies
*W. Hugh Woodin - Set Theorist
*Charles W. Woodworth - (1891-1930) Founder of the UCB Division of Entomology, PBESA gives the C. W. Woodworth Award
*John Yoo - (born 1967) Professor of Law at the Boalt Hall School of Law, contributor to the PATRIOT Act
*Lotfi A. Zadeh - Professor of Computer Science, "Father of Fuzzy Logic 1965," IEEE Pioneer Award in Fuzzy Systems 2000, IEEE Medal of Honor, 1995

ee also

*List of Nobel laureates associated with University of California, Berkeley
*List of University of California, Berkeley alumni


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