Lily M. Wang
Acoustical Society of America
Associate Dean and Professor, College of Engineering, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
"ASA’s Live Streaming Initiative and Early-Career Acousticians Retreat"
Abstract: The Acoustical Society of America (ASA) initiated a strategic planning process in 2014 that resulted in a ‘Strategic Leadership for the Future’ Plan for 2015 – 2025. One of the priority objectives identified in that plan is to expand promotion and participation of early career members (prior to tenure, principal, or senior status). This talk summarizes the actions that the ASA has undertaken to date towards achieving this objective and their preliminary outcomes, including its live streaming initiative of meeting content, an early-career acousticians retreat to gather ideas and feedback, and other activities in process.
Biography: Dr. Lily Wang received her BS in Civil Engineering from Princeton University and her PhD in Acoustics from the Pennsylvania State University. Her areas of research focus include human perception and performance in noise and room acoustics computer modeling. Dr. Wang is a Fellow of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA); Board-Certified by the Institute of Noise Control Engineering; a Professional Engineer licensed in Acoustics through the state of Oregon; and a recipient of the ASA Hunt Postdoctoral Fellowship, ASA R. Bruce Lindsay Award, NSF CAREER Award, and ASHRAE Ralph G. Nevins Physiology and Human Environment Award. She is currently serving as ASA Past-Vice-President (2016-17).