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NSSC featured on NNSA website

Friday, Dec 14th 2018

In an article titled "Academic consortium takes learning about nuclear science on the road", the National Nuclear Scurity Administration highlights the accomplishments of the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium. 

Read the entire article here: https://www.energy.gov/nnsa/articles/academic-consortium-takes-learning-...

Excerpt from the article: 

 


NE Student Sarah Stevenson Featured in Idaho National Laboratory Article

Thursday, Nov 15th 2018

Sarah Stevenson, a PhD student, was featured this April in an article highlighting her worldly travels in pursuit of nuclear materials research: https://www.inl.gov/article/inl-internship-launches-international-resear...

Exerpt from the article:

Uncle Sam may have to wait a few years for Sarah Stevenson, but it’s a solid bet the wait will be worth it.

 


NE Advisory Board Member Rita Baranwal, nominated for Assistant Secretary of Energy at the Department of Energy

Friday, Nov 9th 2018

Rita Baranwal has been nominated to be an Assistant Secretary of Energy at the Department of Energy. As Assistant Secretary of Energy, if confirmed by the Senate, Ms Baranwal will be heading the powerful Office of Nuclear Energy. She would also be responsible for the department's nuclear technology research and the development and management of the department's nuclear technology infrastructure.

 


Ed Morse Publishes "Nuclear Fusion"

Friday, Nov 9th 2018

Professor Ed Morse publishes a book on "Nuclear Fusion" from Springer Publishings International.

Congratulations Ed!

 


NSSC Director and UCB NE Professor Jasmina Vujic elected ANS Fellow

Friday, Nov 9th 2018

Congratulations to our very own Prof. Jasmina Vujic, for her election to the highest rank of Fellow within the American Nuclear Society (ANS). ANS recognizes Prof. Vujic’s contributions to the advancement of nuclear science and technology.

Prof. Vujic will be officially recognized at the ANS Winter Meeting.

 


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