Marcia McNutt - The Climate for Women in STEM: Past, Present, and Future

Marcia McNutt wearing blue blazer over red shirt looking at camera

Event Date

Vanderhoef Studio at the Mondavi Center
NOTE: Change of Location to Vanderhoef Studio at the Mondavi Center, due to the memorial for Officer Corona.  Parking will be impacted (see below)

Women in Medicine and Health Sciences

College of Biological Sciences presents Marcia McNutt, Ph.D.

The Climate for Women in STEM: Past, Present, and Future

with panel discussion  to follow at 10:30 am
WIMHS Breakfast 8:30 - 10:00 am
Marcia McNutt (BA in Physics, Colorado College; PhD in Earth Sciences, Scripps Institution of Oceanography) is a geophysicist who became the 19th Editor-in-Chief of Science in June 2013. From 2009 to 2013, Dr. McNutt was the Director of the U.S. Geological Survey, which responded to a number of major disasters during her tenure, including the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. For her work to help contain that spill, Dr. McNutt was awarded the U.S. Coast Guard’s Meritorious Service Medal. She is a fellow of AGU, the Geological Society of America, AAAS and the International Association of Geodesy. Her honors and awards include membership in the National Academy of Sciences, the American Philosophical Society and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, as well as honorary doctoral degrees from Colorado College, the University of Minnesota, Monmouth University and the Colorado School of Mines. Dr. McNutt was awarded the Macelwane Medal by AGU in 1988 for research accomplishments by a young scientist and the Maurice Ewing Medal in 2007 for her significant contributions to deep-sea exploration. She is the nominee of the Council of the National Academy of Science (NAS) to become President of the NAS in 2016.