Stephen Krause is Professor in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy. He teaches courses in engineering education, materials engineering, polymer science, materials characterization, and engineering design. He conducts research in innovative education in engineering and engineering outreach to the K-12 community. His work includes development of a Materials Concept Inventory, professional development of K-12 teachers on the integration of engineering concepts into K-12 classrooms, and connecting together content and processes in math, physics, chemistry, and engineering for high school teachers in a Math-Science-Partnership, Project Pathways.
PhD, Materials Engineering, University of Michigan, 1981
MS, Metallurgical Engineering, Illinois State University, 1973
BS, Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University, 1969
Krause, S., J. Lewandowski, N. B. Grimm, D. M. Hannah, G. Pinay, K. McDonald, E. Marti, A. Argerich, L. Pfister, J. Klaus, T. Battin, S. Larned, J. Schelker, J. Fleckenstein, C. Schmidt, M. O. Rivett, G. Watts, F. Sabater, A. Sorolla and V. Turk. Ecohydrological interfaces as hotspots of ecosystem processes. Water Resources Research DOI: 10.1002/2016WR019516. (link )