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President Emeritus and University Professor of Science and Engineering, University of Michigan; Director, the Millennium Project; Co-director, Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program
Dr. Duderstadt’s teaching, research, and publishing activities span the fields of nuclear science and engineering, applied physics, computer simulation, science policy, and higher education policy. He has served on and chaired numerous National Academy and federal commissions including the National Science Board; the National Academies' Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy; the Department of Energy's Nuclear Energy Research Advisory Committee; and the National Science Foundation’s Advisory Committee on Cyberinfrastructure, and Intelligence Science Board. He has received numerous awards including the E. O. Lawrence Award for excellence in nuclear research, the Arthur Holly Compton Prize for outstanding teaching, the Reginald Wilson Award for national leadership in achieving diversity, and the National Medal of Technology for exemplary service to the nation. He is currently co-director of the program in Science, Technology, and Public Policy at the University of Michigan and director of the Millennium Project, a research center exploring the impact of over-the-horizon technologies on society, located in the James and Anne Duderstadt Center on the University's North Campus.
Effective Examples of Educational Technology and Priorities for Future Investment
as moderator at MIT World Series: Learning without Barriers / Technology without Borders,
together with: Andrew A. Chien, Chris J. Mackie, Irving Wladawsky-Berger, Ashok S. Kolaskar,