NE Seminar: NNSA Graduate Fellowship Program (JOINT)

Event Date: September 2, 2016
Speaker: Dr. Leesa Duckworth
Speaker Affiliation: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Time: 3:30 - 4:20 p.m.
Location: GRIS 126
Contact Name: Purdue Nuclear Engineering
Contact Phone: 765-494-5739
Contact Email: ne@purdue.edu
Open To: Graduate students, Undergraduate students
Priority: No
School or Program: Nuclear Engineering
Dr. Leesa Duckworth will meet with students who are interested in learning more about applying for a one-year, full-time, paid graduate student fellowship in Nuclear Security and Nonproliferation.

Dr. Leesa Duckworth is an Industrial and Organizational Psychologist specializing in process and human performance optimization. Dr. Duckworth is employed at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory as a Nonproliferation Specialist in the Global Security, Technology & Policy group within the National Security Directorate. Dr. Duckworth is also a line manager for Next Generation Safeguard (NGSI) interns and research associates and NNSA Graduate fellows (NGFP) and has deployed a career development methodology of her own design, in this application. In addition to her current position, Dr. Duckworth has over 25 years of experience in the nuclear weapons production and maintenance environments which include 19 years of work at the Pantex Nuclear Weapons Production Plant, 7 of those years she also served as a Program Manager/Scientist leading the Pantex Nonproliferation program. Prior to her employment at Pantex, Ms. Duckworth also served 6 years in the United States Navy. Dr. Duckworth holds both an MS and Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Capella University, and a BSOE in Human Services/Psychology and Safety from Wayland Baptist University.

2016-09-02 16:30:00 2016-09-02 17:20:00 America/New_York NE Seminar: NNSA Graduate Fellowship Program (JOINT) Dr. Leesa Duckworth will meet with students who are interested in learning more about applying for a one-year, full-time, paid graduate student fellowship in Nuclear Security and Nonproliferation. GRIS 126