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  • Mansel Adelbert Nelson
    Begin forwarded message: From: Ann Marie Chischilly Subject: Invitation: Dr. Stan Atcitty -
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      From: Ann Marie Chischilly <Ann-Marie.Chischilly@...>
      Subject: Invitation: Dr. Stan Atcitty - 3/22 at 3pm
      Date: March 21, 2013 12:01:14 PM MST
      To: Laura Foster Huenneke <Laura.Huenneke@...>, "Paul W. Jagodzinski" <Paul.Jagodzinski@...>, Tom Acker <Tom.Acker@...>, Karin Elizabeth Wadsack <Karin.Wadsack@...>, Stephen P Mead <Stephen.Mead@...>, Elizabeth Brauer <Liz.Brauer@...>, Joseph Martin <Joseph.Martin@...>, Lomayumtewa Curtis Ishii <Lomayumtewa.Ishii@...>, Kathleen Frank <Kathleen.Frank@...>, Catherine R Talakte <Catherine.Talakte@...>, Chad Stephen Hamill <Chad.Hamill@...>, Allison Kipple <Allison.Kipple@...>, Nathan Levi Esquerra <Levi.Esquerra@...>, Bob Lomadafkie <Bob.Lomadafkie@...>, Bridget Bero <Bridget.Bero@...>, Carissa June Tsosie <Carissa.Tsosie@...>, Dean Howard Smith <Dean.Smith@...>, Eva Putzova <Eva.Putzova@...>, Mansel Adelbert Nelson <Mansel.Nelson@...>, "TonySkrelunas@..." <TonySkrelunas@...>
      Cc: "Atcitty, Stanley (satcitt@...)" <satcitt@...>

       
      Speaker:  Dr. Stan Atcitty from Sandia National Labs
       
      Date: March 22, 2013 (Friday)
       
      Time:  3pm
       
      Location:  Native American Cultural Center on NAU Campus
       
      Presentation:  Energy-related research
       
       
      Bio:
      Dr. Stan Atcitty received his BS and MS degree in electrical engineering from New Mexico State University in 1993 and 1995, respectively. In 2006, he was the first American Indian to receive a Ph.D in electrical and computer engineering from Virginia Tech University. He is presently a Principle Member of Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories in the Energy Storage Technology and Systems department. He leads the power electronics subprogram as part of the DOE Energy Storage Program and has gained international recognition for its state-of-the-art research and development under his leadership. Four of his projects have won the prestigious R&D 100 award from the Research & Development magazine. His interest in research is power electronics necessary for integrating energy storage and distributed generation with the electric utility grid. Stan has over 40 publications and holds three patents and another two pending. In 2007, he received the American Indian Science and Engineering Society Technical Excellence Award for his American Indian community involvement and technical achievement. He was recently featured in a middle school level children’s book titled “Energy Basics – Energized!” published by Sally Ride Science book, early this year. In addition, President Barack Obama presented Stan with the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientist and Engineers on July 31, 2012. This is the highest honor bestowed by the US government for outstanding scientist and engineers who show exceptional leadership at the frontiers of scientific knowledge during the twenty-first century.
       
      Thank you, Ann Marie
       
      Ann Marie Chischilly, Esq.
      Executive Director
      Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals
      P.O. Box 15004
      Flagstaff, Arizona  86011-5004
      Telephone:  928-523-9651
      Fax:                 928-523-1266
       
       
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      Mansel Nelson
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      Tribal Environmental Education Outreach 
      928-523-1275
      mansel.nelson@...


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