Clyde Kruskal is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of Maryland. He has consulted for the National Laboratories and for private labs. He also taught at the University of Illinois.
Clyde has an A.B. in Computer Science and in Mathematics from Brandeis University, and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from New York University.
Clyde summarizes his personal political position as follows:
“For a long time I have had an interest in economics and politics. As with others in this organization, I have found myself to be more liberal on social issues than the Republicans and more conservative on economic issues than the Democrats, and therefore not really comfortable with either major political party. I am happy to finally have a home.”