My thought is that this link should contain an up-to-date version of the parts of my CV below.   At some point it might be good to add a few words of descriptive material, but that seems low-priority to me.  The formatting definitely needs improvement, e.g. more spacing, for a start, and perhaps some highlighting of the most significant items.   To facilitate keeping things up to date, and possible augmentation, the text should be easily accessible to me.


Awards, Honorary Societies:

1967 Westinghouse Science Talent Search, 4th Prize
1969 Phi Beta Kappa
1973 Ettore Majorana “Best Student” Prize
1975-1977 AP Sloan Foundation Fellow
July 1982-1987 John & Catherine MacArthur Foundation Fellow
April 1986 American Physical Society J.J. Sakurai Prize
May 1990- Member, National Academy of Sciences
April 1993- Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Aug. 1994 Awarded the 1994 Dirac Medal and Prize by the International
Centre for Theoretical Physics (Trieste, Italy)
May 2000 Elected Foreign Member, Royal Netherlands
Academy of Arts and Sciences
Dec. 2000 Elected Fellow, American Association for Advancement of Science
May 2001 Honorary Doctorate, Universit`e de Montr`eal
April 2002 Michelson-Morley Prize, Case Western Reserve University
Oct. 2002 Lorentz Medal, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science
April 2003 Lilienfeld Prize, American Physical Society
July 2003 High Energy Physics Prize, European Physical Society
July 2003 Faculty of Mathematics and Physics Commemorative Medal,
Charles University, Prague
Dec. 2004 Nobel Prize in Physics, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences,
Stockholm, Sweden
Jan. 2005 King Faisal International Prize for Science, King Faisal Foundation
April 2005 Member, American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia
June 2005 Golden Plate Award, Academy of Achievement, New York
April 2007 Honorary Doctorate, Clark University
Aug. 2007 Elected Fellow, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences.
May 2008 Honorary Doctorate, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University
Aug. 2008 Honorary Doctorate, The Ohio State University
Nov. 2008 Julius Wess Award (Inaugural), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Dec. 2008 Casimir Funk Award
April 2012 The Kosciuszko Medal, Kosciuszko Foundation
Sept. 2012 Honorary Doctorate, Jagiellonian University, Krak´ow
Jan. 2013 Honorary Doctorate, Uppsala University

Honorific Appointments:

Sept. 1984-1990 Chancellor Robert Huttenback Professor of Physics, UCSB
June 1986-Sept. 1988 Regent’s Fellow, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
Sept. 1994-June 1997 Leland J. Haworth Distinguished Scientist,
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Oct. 1997-Aug. 2000 J. Robert Oppenheimer Professor, Institute for Advanced Study
April-June 1998 Lorentz Professor, Leiden University
Sept. 2000- Herman Feshbach Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jan. 2002 - Adjunct Professor, Centros Estudios Cient´ificos
June 2002 Visiting Schr¨odinger- Professor 2002, City of Vienna, Austria
Jan. 2008 Rudof Peierls Visiting Professor of Physics, Oxford University
Jan. 2008 Associate Member and Fellow, All Soul’s College
Jan. 2010 - Origins Project Distinguished Visiting Professor, Arizona State University

Honorific Lectures:

April 1982 Morris Loeb Lecturer in Physics, Harvard University
April 1986 Flint Lecturer, Yale University
April 1988 Hamilton Lecturer, Princeton University
Jan. 1992 Scott Hawkins Lecturer, Southern Methodist University
Oct. 1992 Bethe Lecturer, Cornell University
April 1993 Anna McPherson Lecturer, McGill University
Dec. 1994 Rowland Lecturer, University of Kentucky
April 1995 Michelson Lecturer, Case Western Reserve University
Jan. 1999 Dashen Lecturer,(inaugural) University of California, San Diego
April 2001 H. Primakoff Lecturer, American Physical Society
April 2001 Potts Lecturer, John Hopkins University
April 2001 A.O. Williams Lecturer, Brown University
April 2001 Pappalardo Lecturer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Oct. 2003 Feenberg Memorial Lecturer, University of Washington, St. Louis
Jan. 2004 Heilborn Lecturer, Northwestern University
Feb. 2004 IFT Lecturer, University of Florida
April 2004 Marker Lecturer, Pennsylvania State University
July 2004 J. Robert Oppenheimer Memorial Lecturer, Santa Fe
July 2004 Director’s Colloquium, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Oct. 2004 Enrico Fermi Lecturer, Argonne National Laboratory
Nov. 2004 Green College Lecturer, University of British Columbia
Feb. 2005 Dean Edmonds Lecture, Boston University
March 2005 MIT/Ford Lecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
March 2005 Intel Science Talent Search Distinguished Alumni Speaker,Washington, DC
March 2005 Raytheon Public Lecture, University of Arizona, Tucson
April 2005 Smith Lecture, The Ohio State University, Columbus
April 2005 Hamilton Lecture, Princeton University
May 2005 Simon Cherwell Lecture, Oxford University, UK
June 2005 Lecture at Lindau, Germany meeting of Nobel Lauretes
Sept. 2005 Heinrich Hertz Lecture, Hamburg, Germany
Sept. 2005 Miller-Breit Lecture, Yale University
Sept. 2005 Katzenstein Lecture, University of Connecticut
Sept. 2005 Wright Lecture, Boston Museum of Science
Oct. 2005 Einstein Memorial Lecture, Princeton Chamber of Commerce
Nov. 2005 Kaczmarczik Lecture, Drexel University
Nov. 2005 Dean’s Lectureship, University of Kentucky
Jan. 2006 Barkla Lecture,(inaugural) University of Liverpool
Jan. 2006 Zachariasen Lecture, University of Chicago
Jan. 2006 Konopinski Memorial Lecture, Indiana University
Feb. 2006 Scott Lectures, Cambridge University, Cavendish Lab, UK
March 2006 Fritz London Lecture, Duke University
April 2006 Crawford Lecture, University of Pittsburgh
April 2006 Simons Lecture, SUNY, Stony Brook
April 2006 BSA Distinguished Lecture, Brookhaven National Lab
Oct. 2006 Fine Lecture, (inaugural) University of Minnesota
Oct. 2006 Venkateswarlu Memorial Lecture, Alabama A&M
Nov. 2006 Nobel Laureate Public Lecture Series, Old Dominion University
March 2007 Houston Lecture, Rice University
March 2007 Nobel Laureate Lecture, McMurry University
April 2007 President’s Lecture, Clark University
Oct. 2007 Hamilton Lecture, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin
Dec. 2007 Sir Neil Waters Lecture, Massey University, New Zealand
March 2008 Grandes Conf´erence, Ecole Normale Sup´erieure
May 2008 Dirac Lecture, Cambridge University
Oct. 2008 de Sitter Lectures, Groningen (Inaugural)
Oct. 2008 Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Wisconsin, (LaCrosse)
Oct. 2008 Ta-You Wu Lecture, University of Michigan
Feb. 2009 Siemens Foundation Lecture/Seminar, (Munich)
Oct. 2009 Hans Jensen Lecture, Heidelberg
Nov. 2009 Einstein Lectures, (Inaugural) Bern
Jan. 2010 Origins Lecture, Arizona State University
March 2010 Oppenheimer Lecture, Berkeley
Nov. 2010 Louis Clark Vanuxem Lecture, Princeton
Feb. 2011 Darwin College Lecture Series, Cambridge University, UK
April 2011 George Gamow Memorial Lecture, University of Colorado, Boulder
April 2011 Lightner-Sams Lecture, Southern Methodist University, Dallas
Sept. 2012 Royal Academy Nobel Laureate Lecture, Copenhagen
Oct. 2012 Hubert James Lecture, Purdue University
April 2013 Frontiers of Physics Lecture, University of California, Davis
May 2013 Arnold Sommerfeld Lectures Series, ASC, Munich, GR
July 2013 Majorana Lecture, Erice, Italy
Oct. 2013 Nobel Conference Lecture, Gustavus Adolphus College
March 2014 Presidential Lecture Series, University of Tulsa


Dec. 1984 Selected one of America’s 100 brightest scientists under 40
by Science Digest, December 1984 issue
Dec. 1984 Esquire Register; featured in article p. 62, December 1984 issue
June 1998 Elected to University of Chicago Board of Trustees
April 2003 “The World’s Numerical Recipe” selected to be
included in Best American Science Writing 2003
ed. O. Sacks (Ecco/HarperCollins)
April 2005 “Whence the Force of F=ma?” selected to be
included in Best American Science Writing 2005
ed. A Lightman (Ecco/HarperCollins)
19 July 2013