Suzanne Tourtellotte, retired science professor at Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, Conn., and one of the pioneer women graduate students at Princeton, died June 20, 2013. She was 68.
Tourtellotte graduated with a bachelor’s degree from MIT in 1966, and received a master’s degree from Yale in 1967. She earned her doctorate in biochemistry from Princeton in 1971.
She became a member of the faculty at Albertus Magnus and retired from that college in 2008. At that point, she joined the department of astronomy at Yale as a research scientist. While at Yale, in 2010 she was a co-discoverer of the minor planet listed as 2010 EN65.
Tourtellotte is survived by her husband, George S. Rennie III.
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