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Dr. Robert M. WALD Professor, Charles H. Swift Distinguished Service, Professor Department of Physics, Enrico Fermi Institute and the College, University of Chicago

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1968 A.B. (Summa cum Laude), Columbia University
1968-1971 NSF predoctoral fellow
1972 Ph.D. Physics, Princeton University
1972 (summer), Research Associate, Princeton University
1972-74 CTP Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Maryland
1974-76 Research Associate, University of Chicago
1976 Compton Lecturer, University of Chicago
1976-80 Assistant Professor, University of Chicago
1976-1980 Sloan Foundation fellow
since 1983 Editor, Chicago Lectures in Physics, University of Chicago Press.
1984-1987 Editorial Board, Classical and Quantum Gravity.
1980-85 Associate Professor, University of Chicago
1985-2001 Professor, Department of Physics, Enrico Fermi Institute and the College, University of Chicago
since 1986 Associate, Cosmology Program, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research
1992 Chairman, Scientific Organizing Committee for International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation (GR13), Cordoba, Argentina.
1996 Fellow, American Physical Society
1996 Chairman, Organizing Committee for Symposium on Black Holes and Relativistic Stars, Chicago
1997 Graduate Student Teaching Prize, University of Chicago
 Since 1997 Director, Master s Program in the Physical Sciences, University of Chicago.
1997-1999 Editorial Board, Physical Review D.
1999-2002 Chair-elect, Vice-chair, and Chair of the Topical Group on Gravity (GGR) of the American Physical Society.
2000 Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2001 Elected to National Academy of Sciences
since 2002 Charles H. Swift Distinguished Service, Professor Department of Physics, Enrico Fermi Institute and the College, University of Chicago

Memberships

since 2002 Member, Fachbeirat (Review Board) for the Albert Einstein Institute of the Max Planck Society (Golm, Germany)
since 2003 Member, Advisory Board for the Seven Pines Symposium
since 2004 Selection Committee for the Einstein Prize
since 2004 Member, Midwest Council of American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Awards

1992 First Prize Essay, Gravity Research Foundation