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Ph.D. Robert C. MARLAY Director, Science and Technology Policy, U.S. Department of Energy Deputy Director, U.S. Climate Change Technology Program


1966-1969 Engineering Aid (Coop. Work-Study Program), Naval Air Rework Facility, Norfolk, VA
1969 B.S.E., Duke University
since 1969 Naval Service (Current - Rear Admiral, Civil Engineer Corp (CEC), U.S. Naval Reserve (USNR))
1969-1974 Naval Officer, Civil Engineer Corps, U.S. Navy (Active Duty)
1971 Master of City Planning, MIT
since 1974 Registered Professional Engineer
1974-1977 Engineer, Office of Industrial Programs, Federal Energy Administration
1977-1983 Engineer and Energy Policy Specialist, Office of Policy, U.S. DOE
1983 Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1983-1985 Special Assistant to Dep. Assist. Secretary for Energy Conservation R&D, U.S. DOE
1985-1989 Senior Scientist, Office of Energy Research, U.S. DOE
1990-1991 Senior Career Official and Staff Director, National Energy Strategy, U.S. DOE
1991-1992 Director, Office of Program Review and Analysis, U.S. DOE
1993-1996 Director, Office of Science Policy, U.S. DOE
1994-1995 Executive Director, Task Force on Strategic Energy R&D, U.S. DOE


since 1969 Phi Mu, National Mathematics Honorary Society
since 1969 Chi Epsilon, National Civil Engineering Honorary Society
since 1977 American Association for the Advancement of Science (Patron)
since 2003 Board of Visitors, Edmund T. Pratt, Jr. School of Engineering, Duke University


1997 "United States' Experience With Energy Technology R&D and Demonstration Programs and Policies", A 25-Year Historical Retrospective, Sigma Xi Forum
2001 Marlay R.C. and Koske B.H. "Long-Term Vision of the Built Environment in the United States", International Energy Agency
2001 Marlay R.C. and Koske B.H. "Restructuring of the Electric Power Industry in the US: The Need for New Technology and Supporting R&D", International Energy Agency
2001 Marlay R.C. and Koske B.H. "Hydrogen R&D - A Long-Term Investment in Regional Air Quality and Global Environmental Concerns", International Energy Agency


2001 Distinguished Alumni Award, Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University
2001 Special Recognition Award, Secretary of Energy
1999, 2001 Legion of Merit, Secretary of the Navy
2002, 2003, 2004 Superior Performance Award