Board of Governors
The Board of Governors for Argonne National Laboratory was established by UChicago Argonne, LLC. The Board’s role is to provide guidance, oversight, direction, and advice to Laboratory management with respect to scientific and technical issues, long-range objectives, budget and facility plans, cooperative research and development, outreach, and technology transfer, as well as personnel and staffing matters, and the relationship with the U. S. Department of Energy under the prime contract.
Vice President, Enterprise Technology Strategy, The Boeing Company
Andrew M. Alper
Chairman, EQA Partners, L.P.
Doyle N. Beneby
President and CEO, CPS Energy
James L. Connaughton
Executive Vice President, C3 Energy
Byron L. Dorgan
Former U.S. Senator for North Dakota
Robert C. Dynes
Former President, University of California
Former President, University of Illinois
Eric D. Isaacs
Provost, The University of Chicago
Alexander "Andy" Karsner
Director, Applied Materials, Inc.
Edward "Rocky" Kolb
Dean, Division of the Physical Sciences, University of Chicago
Vice President for Research and for National Laboratories, The University of Chicago
Peter B. Littlewood
Director, Argonne National Laboratory
Walter E. Massey
President, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
John W. McCarter, Jr.
Former President and Chief Executive Officer, The Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago
President and CEO, Invenergy
Vice President, Manufacturing & Engineering, The Dow Chemical Company
Morton Owen Schapiro
President, Northwestern University
Michael H. Schill
Dean, Law School, University of Chicago
Vice President for Research, University of Illinois
Joseph "Jay" Walsh
Vice President for Research, Northwestern University
Chairman, Jacobs Engineering Inc.
Vice President Technology and Innovation, Johnson Controls Power Solutions
Robert J. Zimmer
President, The University of Chicago
UChicago-appointed board members include business leaders and senior administrators of local universities. (From left) Harry L. Davis, Chicago Booth professor; Beth Harris, VP and General Counsel, UChicago; Byron L. Dorgan, former U.S. Senator for North Dakota; and Robert J. Zimmer, President of the University of Chicago.