Lauren Boldon

Member of the 2011 Delegation

Lauren Boldon, an undergraduate student in Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Co-terminal B.S. and M.Eng. Nuclear Engineering Program, is presently studying dynamic light and x-ray scattering in nano-particles and polymers. She is President of Colleges Against Cancer, councilmember of the School of Engineering Student Advisory Council and a member of the American Nuclear Society, Nuclear Advocacy Network, Association of Women in Science, Society of Women Engineers, and National Society of Professional Engineers. She attended the Global Women in Nuclear and Young Leaders’ conferences, and her most notable achievements include receiving the Nobel Scholar Award, National Society of Professional Engineers Steinman “Ethics in Engineering” Fellowship, and being named a National Academy Scholar by Nuclear Education Institute.