7th year of Science on Tap
Thanks to the continued support of UNM, Explora and the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History
A time to eat, drink & talk about science!
Join us Tuesday, October 9th at 5:30
Personal experiences about Los Alamos
and thoughts about Trinity Site
Judith W. Mead
Born in Loveland, Colorado, lived in Bremerton, Washington during WWII, moved back to Colorado and moved to Los Alamos, NM in 1961. In 1975 moved to Albuquerque. I have two daughters and one grandson. My background is organic chemistry with expertise in engineering materials.
Employed by Los Alamos National Laboratory in Physics Division and by Sandia National Laboratories (Albuquerque) in Advanced Development, Nuclear Stockpile Support and Risk Management. Author of 25 technical papers on nuclear weapons and materials. Adjunct Professor of Mathematics – UNM, teaching mathematics at the Los Alamos Residence Center. Past President and Past Secretary of the Board of Trustees, National Museum of Nuclear Science and History. Charter Member of the Museum Foundation and Docent for the Museum. Active with the Museum for over 25 years. Past board member and Vice-President of the Board of the Central NM YWCA. Winner of the YWCA Women on the Move Award in Science and Technology in 1984. Active in the NM Friendship Force and President and past Secretary of the Board. Member of the Board of La Vida Llena, a local life care Community. Member and Secretary of the Board of Albuquerque Little Theater.Hobbies include gardening, reading, traveling, giving travelogues, knitting and needlework. I also have given presentations on nuclear power to groups around the city. I have been a scuba diver since 1982 and have dived in the Pacific, the Red Sea and the Caribbean.