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Todd B. Krause

Curriculum Vitae

Education

    1997-2004   PhD, Physics, University of Texas at Austin
        Dissertation: Darwinian Evolution: the Mutation of a Weakly Relativistic Lagrangian.
Supervisor: Dr. Philip J. Morrison
 
    1992-1993,   BA, Physics, Bard College
     1994-1997   Thesis: N-space no one can hear you scream.
Minor: Classical Languages
 
    Jun-Aug,   Latin & Greek Institute, City Univ. of New York
      1995   Major: Latin

Professional Experience

    Aug 2009-   Research Associate, Linguistics Research Center, University of Texas at Austin
        - Creating online ancient Indo-European language resources; see: EIEOL
 
    Aug 2008-   Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Ohio Wesleyan University
     July 2009   - Teaching undergraduate physics and astronomy courses
 
    Jan 2005-   Research Associate, Linguistics Research Center, University of Texas at Austin
     Aug 2008   - Creating online ancient Indo-European language resources; see: EIEOL
 
    Apr-May,   Visiting Assistant Professor, German Department, Middlebury College
      2006   - Teaching general principles of linguistics with applications to Germanic languages
 
    Sept 2002-   Graduate Research Associate, LRC, University of Texas at Austin
     Dec 2004   - Created online series of Old Church Slavonic and Classical Armenian.
 
    Aug 2000-   Research Assistant, Institute for Fusion Studies, University of Texas at Austin
     Dec 2004   - Applied variational/geometric methods to weakly relativistic systems.
 
    Jun 1998-   Teaching Assistant, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin
     Aug 2000   - Implemented semester projects under my own supervision.
 
    Aug 1997-   Teaching Assistant, Dept. of Physics, University of Texas at Austin
     Jun 1998   - Lab instructor for introductory mechanics courses.
 
    Spring 1997   Instructor, Dept. of Languages & Literature, Bard College
        - Solely responsible for teaching one introductory Sanskrit class each week.
 
    Spring 1996   Instructor, Dept. of Languages & Literature, Bard College
        - Taught 3rd semester Sanskrit grammar in the context of reading the Bhagavad Gita.

Awards & Scholarships

    May 1997   William J. Lockwood Prize, Bard College
        - "To the senior who in the judgment of the President has contributed most to the intellectual life of the college"
 
    May 1997   Heinrich Bluecher Prize, Bard College
        - "To the junior or senior who best exemplifies ideals of scholarship espoused by Dr. Bluecher"
    June 1995   Herbert J. Musurillo Memorial Scholarship, City University of New York
        - Awarded for linguistic aptitude
 
    May 1995   John W. Baylan Scholarship in Medicine & Science, Bard College
        - To a science student who maintains an interest in literature

Languages

    Speak/Read:   Spanish, Hindi, German
 
    Read:   Sanskrit, Greek, Latin, Hittite, Tocharian, Gothic, Old Norse, Old Saxon, Old/Middle English, Old/Middle German, Old Church Slavonic, Old Russian, Classical Armenian, Classical Maya

See: Publications