National University Consortium has New Deputy Director

​From Marianne Walck, Science & Technology deputy laboratory director and National University Consortium director:

I am pleased to announce that Dayna Daubaras has been selected to serve as the deputy director of the National University Consortium (NUC) effective April 22. As the NUC deputy director, Dayna will work with the NUC's five research universities (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, North Carolina State University, the Ohio State University, Oregon State University and University of New Mexico) to continue to build and foster strategic partnerships between universities and INL researchers.

Dayna succeeds Marsha Bala, who has moved to a new position as the Nuclear Energy Innovative Capabilities Strategic Integration director on behalf of the DOE Office of Nuclear Energy. Marsha spent many years developing and championing NUC into a very impactful consortium. Please join me in thanking Marsha for her exceptional dedication and service.

The NUC deputy director is a part-time position. Dayna will continue in her current role as a staff scientist in the Chemical and Radiation Measurement department in Energy and Environment Science and Technology. Congratulations to both Dayna and Marsha on their new roles!

Date Published: 2019-05-01T06:00:00Z