The decision to pursue graduate studies is momentous and several variables need to me taken into account. This seminar will provide students with practical advice and resources about researching programs, demystifying the application process, funding resources and maximizing one’s time in school before graduation. The added value of graduate school, whether as a full time or as a distance education student, will be discussed.
Lisa Marshall is North Carolina State University’s Nuclear Engineering Director of Outreach, Retention & Engagement, Lecturer and Academic Adviser. She is also the Education Outreach Director for NNSA-funded Consortium for Nonproliferation Enabling Capabilities (CNEC).
She is active in organizations related to engineering education and nuclear science & engineering. Lisa Marshall is an American National Society (ANS) Board Member (2017-2020), new chair of the ANS Communications Committee and program chair for the ANS Education, Training & Workforce Development Division. Recently, she joined the advocacy council for Nuclear Matters, was elected chair of North Carolina State University’s Association for Women Faculty and continues to serve on the working council for NC State’s Women in Science & Engineering (WISE) Program.
Lisa Marshall brings 17 years of experience to her work advising and advocating for students and the discipline.
This seminar series is named after Dr. James Allen Anderson, who contributed significantly in the establishment of the first undergraduate Nuclear Engineering Program in a Historically Black College/University (HBCU).
Department of Nuclear Engineering
North Carolina State University
ECSC Auditorium Rm 100, Monday, Oct 1, 1:00pm-2 pm