Diana Hulme, Deputy Director of Research
Diana Hulme, School of Energy Resources Deputy Director of Research, manages research programs related to clean coal technologies and in-situ recovery of uranium, as well as other energy-related topics. She also oversees SER’s eight Centers of Excellence and has been managing the installation of a new 3D Visualization Center housed in the Energy Innovation Center building on the UW campus. With a Masters in Environmental Engineering from Stanford University and a B.S. in Molecular Biology from UW, Hulme has over 20 years of experience in the environmental and energy fields, including nine years with the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality as an air quality and water quality permitting engineer and compliance inspector and ten years with the Ruckelshaus Institute of Environment and Natural Resources at UW managing projects dealing with land use, energy, and wildlife. Hulme also served for 18 months in the Wyoming Governor’s Office, spending two legislative sessions monitoring the House of Representatives for Governor Geringer. Hulme serves on the City of Laramie/Albany County Environmental Advisory Committee and was recently appointed by Governor Mead to the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality Air Quality Advisory Board. A Wyoming resident for nearly 40 years, Hulme is a competitive Nordic skier as well as an instructor for the Medicine Bow Nordic Association.