Dr. Nita Shattuck Professor Naval Postgraduate School

Dr. Nita Lewis Shattuck is a professor at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in Monterey, California with faculty appointments in the Operations Research and Systems Engineering Departments and the MOVES Institute. She founded the Human Systems Integration Program at NPS in 2003, serving as the Program Director until 2008. Dr. Shattuck directs the research of the Crew Endurance Team, serving as Team Leader, and pursues her research interests in human fatigue in operational settings, individual and team performance, and decision-making. Dr. Shattuck serves as mentor to junior faculty, post-doctoral fellows and graduate students, advising over 100 masters theses. She has developed and taught multiple distance and resident graduate level courses and helped design the Human Systems Integration (HSI) Distance Learning Master’s degree.

Dr. Shattuck received her Ph.D. in Behavioral Science from the University of Texas School of Public Health and has spent her entire career working in various agencies in the Department of Defense. She is the recipient of the Department of the Navy Distinguished Civilian Service Award in 2018.

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Wednesday, September 14, 2022

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