Prof Lisa Kewley elected to US National Academy of Sciences

Professor Lisa Kewley has been newly elected to the US National Academy of Sciences. Image credit: ANU.

AAL would like to congratulate Professor Lisa Kewley from the Australian National University (ANU), on her election to the US National Academy of Sciences (NAS). Lisa was formally a Director on the AAL Board and is currently Director of the ASTRO 3D Centre of Excellence.

Lisa is one of 120 new members elected to NAS, in a group that includes a record number of women (59 in total). Lisa is a research leader in her field and her election to NAS is “in recognition of … distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.”

For more information regarding the recent NAS elections, please see the News from the National Academy of Sciences webpage.

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