Charles F. Urbanowicz, Ph.D.
Retired Professor Emeritus of Anthropology

Department of Anthropology

California State University, Chico

Chico, CA 95929-0400

Anthropology Department Phone: 530-898-6192

e-mail: curbanowicz@csuchico.edu

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15 June 2016

On 31 December 2009 I retired from California State University, Chico, and am now associated with the University as a Professor Emeritus of Anthropology.

VITAL STATISTICS:

Born: September 1942 (Jersey City, New Jersey)
Married: December 1963
One Child: Born October 1972 (Married April 1993)
Two Grandchildren: Born May 1996 and February 1998)

EDUCATION SUMMARY:

Ph.D. 1972 Anthropology, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
M. A. 1969 Anthropology, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
B. A. 1967 Sociology-Anthropology, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington.
Military Service: United States Air Force (1961->1965), Honorable Discharge
1960->1961} Course Work at New York University, New York City.

TEACHING AND RELATED ACTIVITIES AT CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, CHICO:

I joined the faculty of California State University, Chico in August 1973 and retired in May 2005 and my colleagues gave me the title of Professor Emeritus of Anthropology. The California State University System had a program known as FERP (Faculty Early Retirement Program) and I participated in this, teaching every fall semester for five years, until December 2009 when I completely retired from CSU, Chico.

Over the years 1975->1977 I was the Social Science Coordinator for the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences. In 1977 I was granted tenure and was promoted to Associate Professor and in Fall 1977 I became the Associate Dean in The Center for Regional and Continuing Education at CSU, Chico, a position I held from 1977-to-1988. In 1982 I was promoted to Professor of Anthropology.

In July 1988 I resigned from my Administrative position and returned to full-time teaching in Fall 1989. In 1994 students selected me for Honorary Membership in the Chico Chapter of Phi Eta Sigma (National Honor Society) and for the years 1997-to-1999 I was selected to be one of five "Master Teachers" of California State University, Chico. In 2001 students selected me for Honorary Membership in the Alpha Alpha Mu Chapter of Alpha Psi Omega (National Theatre Honor Society). In December 2009 I completed my five-year participation in FERP and am completely retired and no longer teach at California State University, Chico.

RETIREMENT ACTIVITIES (In Reverse Chronological Order):

In February 2017 I will again be a "Smithsonian Journeys Expert" on the Paul Gauguin "Voyage To French Polynesia" (February 9-19).

In October-November 2016 I will be an "Explorations Speaker" on the Amsterdam for a 42-day "Tales Of The South Pacific" cruise from Honolulu, Hawai'i to San Diego, via various South Pacific islands.

In September-October 2016 I will be an "Explorations Speaker" on the Noordam for a 10-day cruise from Vancouver, Canada, to Honolulu, Hawai'i.

In February 2016 I was a "Smithsonian Journeys Expert" on the Paul Gauguin "Voyage to Tahiti and French Polynesia" (February 4-14).

In September-November 2015 I was an "Explorations Speaker" on the Amsterdam for a 40-day "Tales Of The South Pacific" cruise from Seattle to Pape'ete, French Polynesia (September 27-November 4).

In February-March 2015 I was an "Explorations Speaker" on the Statendam for a 30-day cruise from San Diego to Pape'ete, French Polynesia.

In January 2015 I was a speaker for Princess Cruise Lines on the Ocean Princess for a 25-day cruise from Ft. Lauderdale to Pape'ete, French Polynesia.

In September-October 2014 I was an "Explorations Speaker" on the Volendam for a 24-day South Pacific cruise from Vancouver, British Columbia to Sydney, Australia.

In April 2014 I was a speaker for Princess Cruise Lines on the Sapphire Princess for the 26-day Pacific cruise from Los Angeles (San Pedro) to Osaka, Japan.

In February-March 2014 I was an "Explorations Speaker" on the Statendam for a 19-day cruise from Honolulu to Pape'ete, French Polynesia.

In January-Februry 2013 I was an "Explorations Speaker" on the Amsterdam for a 10-day cruise from Pape'ete to Auckland, New Zealand and in October-November 2013 I was an Explorations Speaker on the Statendam for a twenty-five day cruise from Honolulu to San Diego (via French Polynesia).

In February 2012 I was one of the "Insights Guest Lecturers" for Cunard on the Queen Elizabeth for a 24-day cruise from San Francisco to Sydney and in March 2012 I was one of the Explorations Speakers on a fifteen-day cruise on the ms Oosterdam from San Diego to Hawai'i (and return). In October-November 2012 I lectured on the Star Princess for a 15-day cruise from San Francisco to Hawai'i (and return).

In February-March 2011 I was one of Cunard's "Insights Guest Lecturers" on the Queen Victoria for a 14-day cruise from Los Angeles to Hawai'i and return and in September-October 2011 I was one of Royal Caribbean's speakers on the Rhapsody of the Seas for a 16-day cruise from Honolulu to Auckland, New Zealand (via French Polynesia). In October-November 2011 I was one of the Explorations Speakers on the ms Zandaam for a 9-day cruise from San Diego to Honolulu.

In March-April 2010 I was one of the "Explorations Speakers" on the ms Rotterdam for a 33-day cruise from San Diego to Hawai'i (including the Cook Islands and French Polynesia) returning back to San Diego and in April-May 2010 I was one of the "Exploration Speakers" on a 28-day cruise from Sydney, Australia, to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (via New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Fiji, Samoa, and the Hawai'ian Islands). In September-October 2010 I was one of the "Explorations Speakers" on a 21-day cruise segment from Honolulu, Hawai'i, to the Cook Islands and French Polynesia and then to San Diego, California and in November-December 2010 I was one of the "Explorations Speakers" on a 13-day cruise segment from Honolulu, Hawai'i, to Pape'ete, French Polynesia.

In January 2009 I was one of the Explorations Speakers on the 12-day cruise segment of the ms Prinsendam from Fortaleza, Brazil, to Rio de Janeiro, Argentina. In February-March 2009 I was one of the lecturers for Cruise West on the Spirit of Oceanus 30-day cruise from Tahiti to Guam.

In January 2008 I was one of the "Explorations Speakers" on the ms Ryndam on a 18-day cruise from San Diego, California, to French Polynesia and in January-February 2008 I was one of the "Explorations Speakers" on the ms Amsterdam on an 18-day cruise from French Polynesia to Sydney, Australia. In April-May 2008 I was one of the "Explorations Speakers" on three cruises (37-days) on the ms Zaandam from San Diego to Hawai'i and Seattle/Vancouver, Canada.

In January-February 2007 I was one of the "Enrichment Lecturers" for Cunard on the Queen Elizabeth 2 for a 28-day cruise from Los Angeles, California, to Sydney, Australia and in February 2007, as part of the "Scholarship@Sea" program of Princess Cruise Lines, I was one of the "Destination Lecturers" on the Sapphire Princess on a 12-day cruise from Sydney (via Tasmania) to Auckland, New Zealand. In June-July 2007 I was one of the lecturers on the ms Paul Gauguin (part of Regent Seven Seas Cruises) for an 11-day cruise from Pape'ete to various islands of French Polynesia.

In April-May 2006, as part of the "Scholarship@Sea" program of Princess Cruise Lines, I was one of the "Destination Lecturers" on the Pacific Princess for a 21-day cruise from Sydney, Australia, to Osaka, Japan (stopping at Hiroshima).

In December 2004 and January 2005, as part of the "Scholarship@Sea" program of Princess Cruise Lines, I was the "Destination Lecturer" for 20-days on the Tahitian Princess through French Polynesia and the Cook Islands, providing lectures dealing with anthropology and various World War II events in the Pacific. In May-June 2005, as part of the "Scholarship@Sea" program of Princess Cruise Lines, I was one of the "Destination Lecturers" on the Pacific Princess for a 25-day cruise from Honolulu through Micronesia and Melanesia with the cruise stopping at Nagasaki (Japan) and ending in Xingang (Beijing), China.

SPECIFIC WEB PAGES OF INTEREST:

in progress http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/VariousCruiseMaps.html[Cruise Maps Only]

in progress http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/CruiseReferences.html[Various Cruise References]

in progress http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/DarwinPagesOnly.html [UrbanowiczDarwinPagesOnly]

in progress http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/UrbanowiczCitations.html [UrbanowiczCitationsOnTheWeb]

For a complete "Reverse Chronological Order" of all Papers, Publications, Performances, and Professional Activities since 1965 to the present, please see http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/ReverseChronOrder.html.

SUMMARY OF SPECIAL INTERESTS:

(#1) Peoples and Cultures of the Pacific, (#2) World War II, (#3) Science, Technology, and Creativity, (#4) Charles Darwin, and (#5) Tourism.

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