Argonne National Laboratory

Nuter is new Argonne chief human resources officer

September 6, 2016

Julie Nuter has been appointed chief human resources officer at the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory, effective August 29, 2016.

As part of Argonne’s senior management team, Nuter will work in partnership with the laboratory's scientific and operations divisions to develop and implement programs that attract, develop, compensate and help retain a qualified and diverse staff.

Nuter comes to Argonne from Iowa State University, where she served as vice president for human resources. The university is home to the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory. Nuter joined Iowa State in December 2013 as associate vice president and was promoted to vice president in 2015. She has also served as treasurer and president of the College and University Work-Life-Family Association.

Prior to her tenure at Iowa State, Julie was associate vice president and director of the human resources organization at DePaul University in Chicago. Nuter holds a Ph.D. in Organization Development from Benedictine University.

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