Constantine Panunzio Distinguished Emeriti

Award winners

 

THE UNIVERSITY OF

CALIFORNIA

 

1983‐2010

Berkeley Davis Irvine Los Angeles Merced Riverside

San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz

 

 

2009-2010    UCSC   Harry Berger, Jr., Literature

                        UCSD Arend Liphardt, Political Science

 

2008-2009    UCLA   Daniel Walker Howe, History

                        UCSC   Thomas F. Pettigrew, Psychology

 

2007‐2008    UCSB   Wallace Chafe Native American Linguistics

                       UCI      Robert Hine, Histography American West 

 

2006‐2007    UCSB   Robert O. Collins, History

UCSC   G. William Domhoff,  Sociology

 

2005‐2006    UCI      David Easton , Political Science

 

2004‐2005    UCSF   Virginia Olesen,  Social and Behavioral Sciences

 

2003‐2004    UCB     Gene Hammel , Demography

UCLA   Robert Stevenson,  Musicology

 

2002‐2003    UCD    Sarah Hrdy,  Anthropology

 

2001-2002    UCI      Ruth Kluger, German

UCLA   Ralph H. Turner,  Sociology

 

2000-2001    UCB     S. Leonard Syme , Epidemiology

UCSC   Hayden White,  History of Consciousness

 

1999-2000    UCLA   Eugene Weber,  History

UCD    Emmy Werner,  Human and Community Development

 

1998-1999    UCLA   Norman Thrower,  Geography

 

1997-1998    UCI      Renee Riese Hubert,  English and Comparative Literature

 

1996-1997    UCSB   Garrett Hardin,  Biological Sciences and Environmental Studies

 

1995-1996    UCSD  Avrum Stroll, Philosophy

 

1994-1995    UCLA   Gary Nash, History

 

1985‐1994 Dormant

 

1983-1984    UCB     Jean Brody,  Art History

 

ABOUT DR. CONSTANTINE PANUNZIO

 

CONSTANTINE PANUNZIO (1884 -1964) was a professor of sociology at UCLA from

1931 until his retirement in 1952. It is largely to Professor Panunzio that the UC emeriti owe the present pension system, established by The Board of Regents after they received a six-page memorandum from Professor Panunzio. Edward A. Dickson, who was Chairman of The Board of Regents at the time (1954), described Dr. Panunzio as the architect of the UC Retirement System. Thus, during the last dozen years of his life, Dr. Panunzio was instrumental in bringing about a substantial increase in the stipends of colleagues already retired at the University of California, in improving the retirement system at UC, and in discovering what the situation was for other retirees at institutions throughout the United States by launching a nationwide emeriti census in 1954.

 

Revised 5/06