Seminar: NNSA Graduate Fellowship Program (JOINT)

Event Date: April 19, 2017
Speaker: Dr. Leesa Duckworth
Speaker Affiliation: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Time: 3:30 p.m.
Location: PHYS 112
Contact Name: School of Nuclear Engineering
Contact Phone: 765-494-5739
Contact Email: ne@purdue.edu
Open To: Undergraduate students, graduate students
Priority: No
School or Program: Nuclear Engineering
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Dr. Leesa L Duckworth

University Relationship Manager NNSA Graduate Fellowship Program

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

 

Dr. Leesa Duckworth is and Industrial and Organizational Psychologist specializing in process and human performance optimization. She 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 the Office of International Nuclear Safeguards internship program (SIP) interns and research associates, a team lead for the NNSA Graduate fellowship Program (NGFP), and a University Relationship Manager and Senior Advisor in support of the NGFP program. As part of her profession, Dr. Duckworth developed and deployed an agile, strategic career development methodology, and utilizes it for the development of her staff and others. She also supports work in international nuclear safeguards, arms control and nonproliferation. In addition to her current position, Dr. Duckworth has over 25 years of experience in the nuclear weapons production and maintenance environments which include work at the Pantex Nuclear Weapons Production Plant, leading both operations and nonproliferation programs. Prior to her employment at Pantex, Dr. Duckworth served 6 years in the United States Navy. Dr. Duckworth holds both an MS and Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and a BSOE in Human Services/Psychology and Industrial Safety.

 

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