At Sustainable Horizons Institute, we are more than just another group of specialists. We are a diverse and award-winning team of scientists, communicators, and educators working together to build sustainable futures. We know difference is the essential component of a strong team. It is our identity and our business, and it enables us… Continue reading
Dr. Leung is a nationally acclaimed leader in the design and implementation of innovative programs aimed at developing the next generation of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) leaders. As an accomplished scientist, Mary Ann honors and treasures the process of scientific discovery. As the director of major STEM-focused educational programs, Dr. Leung… Continue reading
Silvia Crivelli is a computational biologist who has been working on protein folding for 17 years. She has led various teams of students and post-doctoral researchers to compete in CASP (Critical Assessment of techniques for protein Structure Prediction) which is a community-wide, worldwide, multidisciplinary competition that challenges the best labs to submit blind predictions of… Continue reading
Dr. Drummond is a Staff Computer Scientist in the Computational Research Divsion of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratoy. He works on the development of High-Accuracy Scalable Solvers for Particle Physics simulations. In addition, within the framework of the Sustain Innovation for Linear Algebra Software (SILAS), he works on the LAPACK and ScaLAPACK library development. He… Continue reading
Dr. Raquell Holmes is a researcher and educator skilled in supporting scientists crossing disciplinary and cultural barriers to advance their own abilities and to broaden the scope of their research. Holmes uses her understanding of computing, computation and biology to create interdisciplinary research projects and increase participation in the computational sciences. She… Continue reading
Connie L. McNeely received the B.A. (A.B.) in Sociology from the University of Pennsylvania and the M.A. (A.M.) and Ph.D. in Sociology from Stanford University. She is currently Professor in the School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs at George Mason University, where she is also the Co-Director of the Center for Science and Technology… Continue reading
Kelly Moynihan serves as Program Assistant at Sustainable Horizons Institute. Kelly graduated from University of Houston – Downtown, where she earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. She comes to Sustainable Horizons from the education industry with experience as a Career Services Coordinator, and she is interested in workforce development.