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Nuclear utilities are currently in the process of posting their 2016 internship and co-op opportunities. Industry has worked collectively to develop a one-stop location to identify these opportunities on the Center for Energy Workforce Development’s public website named “Get Into Energy Jobs”. To find out what opportunities are available, visit their website. Check back often as postings are updated daily!...
Here are the results from the Education, Training & Workforce Development Division elections. Congratulations to the new officers!
Presentation on Strategic Use of Training and Education in the Nuclear Industry (CONTE 2015) Presenter: Randy Edington Executive Vice President, Chief Nuclear Officer
Advances in Nuclear Fuel Management 2015 Join us in addressing a broad spectrum of front-end nuclear fuel management activities, within the context of reactor physics and fuel cycle economics. Topics will range from methods development and verification to design and implementation of new in-core fuel products and strategies. Visit http://anfm2015.org/index.html and/or see attached pdf file for more...
Education, Training, and Workforce Development Division (Officers and Members) Updated list-2014/2015
2014 ANS Annual Meeting “The U.S. Role in a Global Nuclear Energy Enterprise” Education, Training and Workforce Development Division Meeting Minutes Executive / Membership / Honors & Awards Committees Meeting Sunday – June 15, 2014, 2:00 – 4:00 pm N-7, Grand Sierra, Reno,...
Minutes-Executive / Membership / Honors & Awards Committees Meeting-November 2013 Washington, DC
November 2013 Meeting Minutes: University/Industry/Government Relations
Areva signs pact with Jadhavpur university Forum breaks down nuclear impact in community South Aiken students find Ruth Patrick Center ‘cool’ Online university ‘awarded master’s degree to a dog’ Georgia Power marks 2013 National Nuclear Science Week Column: Saluting the Contributions of Nuclear Science Purdue pair kick electric skateboard into a business Teacher workshop explores nuclear energy Turkey’s nuke hopes warrant homegrown […] Areva signs pact with Jadhavpur university Forum breaks down nuclear impact in community South Aiken students find Ruth Patrick Center ‘cool’ Online university ‘awarded master’s degree to a dog’ Georgia Power marks 2013 National Nuclear Science Week Column: Saluting the Contributions of Nuclear Science Purdue pair kick electric skateboard into a business Teacher workshop explores nuclear energy Turkey’s nuke hopes warrant homegrown atomic education McGill focused on career tech education for students Nuclear Energy Information Centre opened in the city Purdue team joins celebration for Nobel Prize in physics 10,000 Young Professionals in Nuclear and Counting Former Conestoga student graduates from Purdue University gets $1.8M for modular nuclear reactors Georgetown University Qatar hosts Nuclear Energy and Security … Duncan Leaving University of Missouri and Nuclear Research Nuclear engineering students attend the AREVA-sponsored IndyCar … Safer nuclear fuels Proper training necessary for inevitable nuclear future Director of Northern CA nuclear research lab quits Evidence For New Nuclear Magic Number Career night highlights National Nuclear Science Week Teller Lecture to kick off National Nuclear Science Week Scouts meet IndyCar drivers, explore nuclear energy’s ‘practical … Lakeside Middle School math pupils tour Plant Vogtle Rolls-Royce delivers major pledge on Caithness jobs Japanese Nuclear Watchdog: Drastic Measures Must Be Taken...
Mizzou gets $1.8M for modular nuclear reactors Wednesday, 23 October 2013 04:15 COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) – The University of Missouri is getting $1.8 million from the federal government to encourage nuclear energy development. The grants will help fund the development of a supply chain, logistics, and infrastructure needed to manufacture small modular nuclear reactors. Modular reactors are smaller than large nuclear power plants. They can be built in factories and shipped where they are needed. The university in July announced a partnership with Westinghouse Electric Co. and Ameren Missouri to work on research related to modular nuclear reactors. President Barack Obama’s administration said Tuesday that the project also will assess the education and training needed for a workforce to produce the reactors. Sen. Claire McCaskill said the grant shows Missouri is well situated to lead the nation in developing small modular nuclear reactors. +++++ Senator McCaskill press release:...
Education, Training & Workforce Development Division, Officers and Members contact Information.
In the link below you will find the approved meeting minutes from the University/Industry/Government Relations meeting that was held on Sunday, June 16, 2013 from 9:30 A.M. – 10:30 A.M.
In the link below you will find the agenda for the ANS 2013 Annual Meeting on Sunday, June 16 from 1:30 to 4:30 pm at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta, GA. Executive Committee Members should review the agenda in preparation for the meeting.
Potential New ANS Scholarship – Veteran Scholarship
Potential New ANS Scholarship – Non-Nuclear Engineer
Education, Training & Workforce Development Division – Officers, Members and Contact Information.