Caitlin Grady

Caitlin Grady

Caitlin Grady

Research Associate in the Rock Ethics Institute
Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
217 Sackett Building

Education

PhD, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Purdue University
MEng, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Purdue University
BA, Humanities, Science, and the Environment, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Biography

Caitlin Grady is an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineeringShe holds a dual appointment in the Penn State College of Engineering Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and in the College of the Liberal Arts Rock Ethics Institute. In 2018, Grady was named the inaugural faculty fellow for the Center for Security Research and Education. Grady also holds a courtesy appointment in the School of International Affairs. 

Prior to joining PSU, Grady worked in various environmental policy roles for the U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Department of Energy, and the U.S. Department of State. In these roles, she worked on a myriad of issues including water & energy, agriculture, air quality, budget & appropriations, international development, and diplomatic engagement. Most recently, Grady spent two years on the U.S. State Department negotiating team for the Montreal Protocol Treaty and it’s recently adopted Kigali Amendment. 

Caitlin Grady