Craig Bauer, Ph.D.
- Ph.D., North Carolina State University
- M.S., North Carolina State University
- B.A., Franklin & Marshall College
- Scholar-in-Residence at NSA’s Center for Cryptologic History
- History of Codes and Ciphers
- Calculus I
- Discrete Mathematics
- Linear Algebra
- Cryptology (the art/science of codes and ciphers)
- Enumerative Combinatorics
- Exploring Mathematics with the Computer, PRIMUS (2010).
- From the Archives: Reading Stimson’s Mail, Cryptologia, Vol. 31, No. 2 (2007). (coauthored with Joel Burkholder)
- Cracking Matrix Encryption Row by Row, Cryptologia, Vol. 31, No. 1 (2007). (coauthored with Katherine Millward)
- The Cryptologic Contributions of Dr. Donald Menzel, Cryptologia, Vol. 30, No. 4 (2006). (coauthored with John Ulrich)
- Results of an Automated Attack on the Running Key Cipher, Cryptologia, Vol.29, No. 3 (2005). (coauthored with Elliott J. Gottloeb)
- William Penn High School, York, PA – How the Enigma Machine Worked and How it Was Cracked - November 5, 2010
- DeVry University -Turning Japanese (ciphers into intelligence) - October 8, 2010
- Cryptologic History Symposium - The Early History of Teaching Cryptology - October 15, 2009
- Philadelphia Area Seminar on the History of Mathematics (PASHoM), Villanova University, Cryptology on campus during World War II - September 17, 2009
- Mount St. Marys, Invited lecture at as part of the MSM ACM/MAA Lecture Series- “A New Connection Between the Triangles of Stirling and Pascal” - November 3, 2008
- Editor-in-chief of the international journal Cryptologia.