VITAE

SAMUEL ARONI

Born May 26, 1927 in Kishinew, Romania
U.S. Citizen


EDUCATION

University of Melbourne, Australia, BCE (Honors) (Civil Engineering), 1955
University of Melbourne, Australia, (Studies in Town & Regional Planning), 1954-56
University of California, Berkeley, M.S. (Structural Engineering) and Structural Mechanics), 1965
University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D. (Structural Engineering and Structural Mechanics), 1966


EXPERIENCE

1955-1963 Lecturer in Civil Engineering, University of Melbourne, Australia
1959-1960 Engineer, Country Roads Board, Melbourne, Australia
1963-1966 Teaching Fellow, University of California, Berkeley
1966-1967 Associate Professor, San Francisco State College
1967-1970 Research Engineer, American Cement Corporation, R & D Center, Riverside, California
1974-1975 Acting Dean, School of Architecture and Urban Planning, UCLA
1983-1985 Acting Dean, Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning, UCLA
1970-1991 Professor, Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning, UCLA
1991- Professor Emeritus
1991- Director, Special Academic Cooperative Projects, International Studies and Overseas Programs, UCLA


HONORS AND AWARDS

John and Ann Gibson Prize, Melbourne, Australia 1954
Australian Town Planning Institute Prize, Melbourne, Australia, 1955
New York Academy of Sciences, 1972
American Men and Women of Science, 17th Edition, 1989 Men of Achievement, International Bibliographic Centre, U.K., 6th and 7th Edition
The International Directory of Distinguished Leadership, 1984, 1988
Who's Who in the West, 22nd - 23rd Editions, 1989-1994
Who's Who in California, 14th - 27th Editions, 1983-1999
Who's Who in Frontiers of Science and Technology, 1984 - 1985
Who's Who in Technology Today, 1988-1994
Who's Who in America, 46th - 52nd Editions, 1990-1998
Who's Who in the World, 1995 -1996
J. James R. Croes Gold Medal for 1981, American Society of Civil Engineers
Honorary Founder Award, American Associates Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, 1984
Honored Guest, UJF Architects, Engineers, and Design Profession Division, 1984 Campaign Dinner


EDITORIAL BOARDS

Member, Editorial Advisory Board, as representative of Western United States, ARCHITECTURAL SCIENCE REVIEW, 1971-

Member, Editorial Board of the INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL COOPERATION CENTRE (I.T.C.C.) REVIEW, 1972-1975

Member, Editorial Board of INTERNATIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING, 1974 - 1980

Member, Editorial Advisory Panel of INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGY, 1984-1990


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