Professor Souvaine Reappointed to National Science Board

Diane Souvaine, the vice provost for research and a professor of computer science, has been reappointed to the National Science Board, the policymaking body for the National Science Foundation. The board also advises the president and Congress on science and engineering policy issues.

"I greatly appreciate this opportunity to continue serving with such fantastic colleagues to oversee the National Science Foundation's portfolio in the behavioral, social, natural, mathematical and engineering sciences," she says. Souvaine says the board will also be supporting the foundation's education and training missions in those fields and conduct timely studies on related issues of importance to the country.