Lisa M. Marshall, director of outreach in the Department of Nuclear Engineering, has received the Landis Public Communication and Education Award from the American Nuclear Society. The award recognizes outstanding efforts, dedication and accomplishment in furthering public education and understanding of the peaceful applications of nuclear technology.
Marshall’s responsibilities include recruiting and advising students, coordinating scholarships and fellowships, working in career development and alumni relations, teaching an introductory engineering course section and advising the American Nuclear Society student chapter. Her research interests include engineering studies and STEM education. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Carleton University in Canada and a graduate certificate in geographic information systems from NC State. She is currently completing her doctorate part time.