| ||All three of my degrees are from
M.I.T., but I no longer consider myself an alumnus, given the
MIT administration's handling of
Senior House matter.
| || University of Colorado Assistant
Professor, 1992-1999; Associate Professor, 1999-2004; Professor,
2004-present. Chair, 2003-2006 |
| || Harvard University Visiting
Scholar, Spring 1997, AY 1999/2000, and AY 2013/2014|
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
Curriculum vitae: here
Memberships, Awards, Etc.:
Teaching Scholar (the University of Colorado system's highest
recognition of excellence in and active commitment to learning,
scholarly teaching and research and creative work)
||1999 John & Mercedes Peebles Innovation in Teaching Award
(The yearly student-voted College of Engineering teaching award)
| ||CU GOLD Faculty Integrity Award (The
yearly student-voted CU-wide award to faculty who "have
demonstrated their consistent dedication to teaching of living
the virtues of academic integrity") |
||1993-1998 NSF National Young Investigator
| ||1995-2000 Packard
||Science Board, Santa Fe Institute
||Senior Member, IEEE
| ||Program Chair or Co-Chair: the 2003 and 2011
editions of the International Symposium on Intelligent Data
Analysis, as well as Dynamics Days 2006, International
Workshop on Qualitative Reasoning 2008, and various other
|| AAUW Dissertation Fellowship
|| Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi
place, Rowing, Four with Coxswain. 1988 Olympic Games.
blog post from Nature that talks a bit about
blending science and sport.
"Powder snow skiing is not fun. It's life, fully lived, life lived
in a blaze of reality." - Dolores LaChapelle
But bumps are pretty fun too...
And then there's football...
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