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Ronald L. Mallett, Ph.D
Professional Summary
EDUCATION
B.S. Penn State University, 1969
M.S. Penn State University, 1970
Ph.D Penn State University, 1973

PROFESSIONAL CAREER
1987- present   Professor, Department of Physics, University of Connecticut
1980-1987   Associate Professor, University of Connecticut
1975-1980   Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut
1973-1975   Research Scientist, United Technologies Research Laboratory

HONORS AND DISTINCTIONS
2007   Pennsylvania State University
   Alumni Fellow Award
     This award is the most prestigious honor
     bestowed upon alumni by the Alumni Association

2006   Pennsylvania State University - Altoona
   Outstanding Alumni Award

2006   Vice President,
  International Association for Relativistic Dynamics (IARD)
2005   Honorary Member of the Connecticut
  Academy of Arts and Sciences
2001   Gravity Research Foundation Essay Award
  Honorable Mention
1995   Visitor at the Center for Gravitational Physics and Geometry,
  Penn State University
1982-1983   Ford Foundation Senior Postdoctoral Fellowship
1982-1983   Visiting Scholar at the Center for Theoretical Physics,
  University of Texas at Austin
1981   Ira Reid Visiting Professor at Haverford College, Haverford, PA
1973   Graduate Assistant Award for Excellence in Teaching
1970-1973   National Science Foundation Traineeship
Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Sigma Xi

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:
  American Physical Society
  National Society of Black Physicists

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION:
Theoretical General Relativity & Relativistic Quantum Mechanics

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Classical and Quantum Theory of Black Holes
Relativistic Cosmology
Gauge Theories
Quantum Gravity
Time Travel


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1998-2008 Department of Physics, University of Connecticut
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