Join us for Berkeley Lab’s Women Scientists and Engineers Council (WSEC) Annual Networking Forum Event
Susan Hubbard will speak about her scientific and leadership journey at the Lab. She will also discuss diversity, equity, inclusion and accountability advances at the Laboratory and ongoing in the Earth and Environmental Sciences, and will share her perspective and encouragement about advancing scientific careers and leadership roles.
The event is open to all Lab employees. Enjoy light snacks, networking and a raffle for fun prizes! This event provides a unique and fun opportunity for all Lab employees to interact with Lab leadership and each other across Areas and Divisions. Don’t miss it!
Date: Monday, March 16, 2020
Time: 11:30am-1 pm
Location: New IGB Building, Bldg 91, 3rd Floor (Be sure to bring your badge for building access.)
Please sign up for the event: REGISTRATION
As the Associate Lab Director for Earth & Environmental Sciences Area at Berkeley Laboratory, Dr. Susan Hubbard leads a premier group of ~500 staff that has a significant research portfolio in climate science, terrestrial ecosystem science, environmental and biological system science, fundamental geoscience, and subsurface energy resources. Research within this Area of Berkeley Lab is tackling some of the most pressing environmental and subsurface energy challenges of the 21st Century. Dr. Hubbard is also an Adjunct Professor at UC Berkeley in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management. Dr. Hubbard earned her PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Berkeley, and prior to joining Berkeley Lab, she was a geologist at the US Geological Survey and a geophysicist in industry.
As a Senior Scientist at Berkeley Laboratory, Dr. Hubbard’s research focuses on quantifying how terrestrial environments function, with a particular emphasis on the development of geophysical approaches to provide new insights about processes relevant to contaminant remediation, carbon cycling, water resources, and subsurface energy systems. She has over 150 publications and is particularly recognized for her contribution to hydrogeophysics. She leads the DOE Watershed Function Scientific Focus Area project and is a co-PI of the Next Generation Ecosystem Experiment (NGEE-Arctic).