Dual Career Challenges and Lessons Learned

Dual Career Challenges and Lessons Learned
Posted: 24 May 2013
Authors:
Noel Schultz
Primary Committee:
IEEE Power & Energy Society Webinar Series
Time: 00:31:54

Dr. Schulz is the recipient of the 2016 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Fellow, the 2014 IEEE Education Society Hewlett-Packard Harriet B. Rigas Award for outstanding contributions in advancing recruitment and retention of women in IEEE and the engineering professions, and the 2014 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Fellow.
Dr. Schulz is a member of numerous professional societies, including the IEEE Women in Engineering Committee, the electrical engineering honorary society Eta Kappa Nu, the engineering honorary society Tau Beta Pi, the Society of Women Engineers, and the National Society of Black Engineers.
She received bachelor's and master's degrees in electrical engineering from Virginia Tech, where she was also a walk-on freshman tennis player. She earned a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities in 1995.
Dr. Schulz is the daughter of Charles Butch Nunnally, an electrical engineer, and Joan Nunnally, an elementary school teacher, of Blacksburg, Virginia. She married Kirk Schulz in 1987. They have two sons, Tim and Andrew. In this webinar she shares her life experiences of a two career household, parenting and tips for handling the resulting challenges.

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