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January ANS Meeting

Hey Vols!

The January ANS General Body meeting is this Tuesday, January 31, at 7:30pm in Min Kao 404 (note different room). Make sure you come to hear about all the awesome events we have planned for this semester, plus a free dinner, as always! We hope to see you there!

Also, check out the other nuclear student societies event’s this week. Women in Nuclear (WiN) is hosting a panel discussion tomorrow night (Monday, January 30) at 7:30pm in Min Kao 524. The panel will feature your fellow Nuclear Engineering students who have interned or co-oped at utilities and national labs. The Health Physics Society (HPS) will be holding their monthly meeting (and officer elections) in Pasqua 206 immediately prior to the ANS meeting on Tuesday night at 6:30pm.

Finally, please help us decide our meeting times for this semester by filling out this 10 second long survey. Everyone’s availabilties due to classes and other commitments change each semester, and we want to pick a time that works best for everyone. Meetings will typically be held on the fourth Tuesday of each month – help us decide the time here!

See you later this week and Go Vols!

Your ANS Crew

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April ANS Meeting

OR/K ANS Dinner Meeting Tonight
Next UTK ANS Meeting Tuesday, April 26
Hey Vols!

The OR/K ANS Dinner Meeting will take place tonight, Thursday, April 14 at the Provision Center for Proton Therapy and will feature a tour of the facility by the Provision VP! Aside from this itself being really cool and really free, you’ll also get a free dinner and hear from their guest speaker. Check out the details below!

The April UT ANS meeting is also coming up!

  • Date: April 26th (Notice 4th Tuesday of the month)
  • Time: 6:30 pm   (Notice change in usual time)
  • Place: Min Kao 524 (This didn’t change)
  • Speaker: Susan Turner from Y-12
  • Food: Yes, always

See the details below to learn more about our speaker, Dr. Susan Turner from Y-12!

OR/K ANS Meeting

Local ANS Members,

The next dinner meeting will take place on Thursday, Apr. 14 at the Provision Center for Proton Therapy and will feature a tour of the facility by Provision Vice President Bill Hansen. Niek Schreuder, M.Sc. DABR will give a talk on pencil beam scanning for delivering radiation dose to targets for proton beam radiotherapy. Niek serves as vice president and chief medical physicist for Provision. He has more than 24 years of experience in all aspects of proton beam radiotherapy and is considered one of the foremost medical physics pioneers in the world in proton therapy.

The tour will begin at 5:30pm, and dinner will be served at 6:45pm (see attached flyer and eventbrite website for more information). Please RSVP on the event website at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ans-april-dinner-meeting-and-provision-tour-tickets-24511973974. Payment (for Professionals) is not required at time of registration. We hope to see y’all there!

Regards,
Oak Ridge/Knoxville ANS Executive Committee

You can find the flyer here.

UTK ANS Meeting

  • Date: April 26th (Notice 4th Tuesday of the month)
  • Time: 6:30 pm   (Notice change in usual time)
  • Place: Min Kao 524 (This didn’t change)
  • Speaker: Susan Turner from Y-12
  • Food: Yes, always

Susan Barnard Turner, PhD

Dr. Turner is a nuclear engineer and Senior Program Manager at the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. She has managed Defense, Nuclear Nonproliferation, and Emergency Response programs since 2005. She previously served as a nuclear criticality safety facility lead engineer and engineering manager in Y-12’s Safety Analysis Engineering organization. Dr. Turner currently supports project activities, graduate students, and faculty for the University of Tennessee under the UT- Y-12 Joint Appointment Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).

Dr. Turner was a Highly Enriched Uranium (HEU) U.S. Special Monitor and uranium processing subject matter expert supporting the DOE-NNSA NA-24 HEU U.S.-Russian Special Monitoring Program.  She traveled regularly to the Russian Federation to monitor process activities of the 1993 HEU Purchase Agreement.  This agreement provided 500 metric tons of former Russian weapon-source HEU for down blending to low assay UF6 and manufacture into nuclear fuel for U.S. commercial nuclear power plants. The program ended in 2013.

Dr. Turner won a DOE Defense Programs Award of Excellence in 2003 for her work supporting nuclear criticality safety and radiation shielding. She is a member of the American Nuclear Society and was Program Chair for the local Oak Ridge-Knoxville ANS chapter in 2005-2006.  She was also Program Chair of the National ANS Special Committee to the President on Nuclear Nonproliferation (SCNN) in 2009- 2010. She has both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and completed her PhD in 2016.  She is also a certified project management professional.

Dr. Turner is a second generation Y-12 employee with 30 years of service, both parents having met and served at Y-12 under the Manhattan Project which helped to end World War II.  Her mother was a “Calutron Girl,” and her father was a material inspector.  She currently lives in Knoxville with her husband, Wendell, who retired from Y-12. They have two grown children and four grandchildren.

We hope to see you all at the meeting!

Have a great day and Go Vols!
Your ANS Crew

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Local Section Student Presentations

Student Presentation Awards

Please take a look at this awesome opportunity to win cold hard cash from our very own local ANS section!

Oak Ridge/Knoxville Local ANS Section Members,

The upcoming March OR/K ANS Local Section Dinner Meeting will feature some very special presenters: our Local Section’s students!  With the 2016 ANS Student Conference rapidly approaching, we would like to feature our students this month and give them a chance to practice their presentations in front of a friendly (and constructively critical) audience.  Students will submit abstracts or conference papers for their presentation topics and we will select 5 students to present at the dinner meeting.  Cash prizes will be awarded to all students who are selected to present at the meeting.  The awards will be as follows:

1st Place: $200
2nd Place: $100
Honorable Mention: $50

Students will have from today until midnight on Tuesday, March 1st to submit their abstracts/conference papers.  Papers should be emailed to Chris Perfetti at perfetticm@ornl.gov.  These papers should be formatted appropriately for whatever conference to which you will submit this paper.  We would like to focus primarily on papers that will be presented at the 2016 ANS Student Conference, but papers from other conferences will also be considered.  Please indicate where you intend to present your work if it is not at the ANS Student Conference.

Students should bring their presentations with them to the dinner meeting in a PowerPoint or PDF format (preferably both).  Presentations will be 10 minutes in length with an additional approximately 2 minutes for questions.  We will send out the list of selected presenters (and the order of their presentations) on Wednesday, March 2nd.

Please contact Chris Perfetti at perfetticm@ornl.gov if you have any further questions.

Thanks,
Your Local OR/K ANS Section

Check out these updates from our last meeting if you missed them:

Introduce a Girl to Engineering

  • Introduce a girl to engineering at this awesome outreach event!
  • Email Greg if you’re interested in helping us out, we need one or two more Vols!

Relay for Life Sign Up

  • Register for Relay for Life today!
  • It’s Online Rivalry week – R4L at UTK is in a battle with the University of Kentucky Relay! The school which signs up the most participants and raises the most money this week only will win a pizza party sponsored by the American Cancer Society. Help us beat Kentucky!
  • It’s easy to sign up – join our team online today, it only takes 2 minutes.
  • Sign up here – Join our Team today!!
Join Our Relay Team!

Elections

  • Officer Elections will be held at our General Body Meeting immediately following spring break.
  • If you are interested, start sending in short bios (who you are, why you want to be an officer, why you are qualified) – about a paragraph in length.
  • Remember – the more involved you are in ANS, the more likely you are to get a position. Join our Relay team and go to outreach events like the one above to prove you’re an essential part of ANS!
  • A complete list of the officer positions and their responsibilities is available on our website: http://ansutk.com/about-us/officers/

Meeting Powerpoints

Website Notes

  • Have any comments or suggestions regarding the website or emails? Please let me know! -Chris

Have a great week and Go Vols!
-Your ANS Crew

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GBM on 2/16

ANS Meeting Tomorrow!

Quick reminder: we are having a meeting tomorrow, 2/16 at 7:30pm, with special guest Dyrk Greenhalgh speaking about security. Free food, as always. The meeting will be held in Min Kao 524! See you there.

Other Stuff

Anyone who is interested in helping with the Boy Scout’s Nuclear Merit Badge at the Merit Badge College this Saturday (2/20) contact myself ASAP for details, times and such. They really appreciated all of the UTK students that helped with this at the Nuclear Science Week and would love some to volunteer with this.

Watts Bar Tour sign ups – We need your authorization forms ASAP, so please get them to Jerrad! (jauxier1@vols.utk.edu)

Be on the lookout for a Pronova Tour in April (TBA)

Make sure you get your ANS Student Conference money to Danielle by Wednesday (2/17)!

Hope you all had a great Valentine’s Day and Go Vols!
-Your ANS Crew

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Upcoming Events, 2/4/16

Upcoming Events

  • Feb 10th: NEUP Scholarship and Fellowship Applications Due
  • Feb 16th: Next ANS Meeting
    • Featuring UTK Adjunct Faculty Dyrk Greenhalgh on “Security: What it is, and what it ain’t”. Food provided!
  • Feb 17th: Those going on student conference need to pay Danielle by COB on 02/17/16.
  • March 4th: Elementary School Event – Help needed, see below!
  • March 5th: Watts Bar Tour – see below!
  • April 8th: ANS at Relay for Life – see below!
As always, you can see a calendar of all the upcoming events on our website here!

TVA Watts Bar Tour!

We have a tour set for March 5th. Time TBA. If you haven’t signed up yet, you have till Monday (Feb 8th) at COB to sign up below! For those who have no idea what we’re talking about – you have the opportunity to join ANS for a guided tour of Watts Bar Nuclear Power Plant. If you’ve never been before, you don’t want to miss this! If you have been before, it’s still super cool!

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12TcHVQwmlmJZNNON-547YDms9PD5VfDiB-AfwYqFBtQ/edit?usp=sharing

 

Foreign Nationals are welcome to come, but will need to send in the appropriate authorization forms even more ASAP than nationals. (email Greg for those)

 

When you sign up, you’ll receive an email from Greg about what to do next.

Elementary School Outreach

Adam Aaron from the Remote System s group will be helping Chris Kilgore from HFIR host an event at Middle Settlements Elementary School in Louisville.  The school is located near the airport.

 

Adam is hoping to take:

  • ANDROS (2 People required)
  • Ball Manipulator  (1 Person)
  • 1 LEAP station (We will have it set on visualizer/game mode) (1 Person)
  • 1 Pi station of possible (Need Lead)

 

We will also did the E-Mag demo

 

EVENT DETAILS:

Date:                         3/04/16

Time:                         6:00 to 8:00pm

Location:                  Middle Settlements Elementary (K-5)

Address:                   3105 Miser Station Rd, Louisville, TN 37777

 

Attendees: We average 150 Students and 100 Parents for this Annual Event

 

We may need the volunteers to come early to help set up.  If that is the case-I will provide pizza and soft drinks for you.

Email Greg if you are interested! gmeinwei@vols.utk.edu

ANS at Relay for Life!

ANS at UTK will be participating in Relay for Life this year!

If you haven’t heard of Relay for Life, here’s the basic rundown:

  • Fundraising event to raise money for the American Cancer Society
  • Money raised goes to support cancer research, early detection, programs for patients & survivors, and much more.
  • Relay for Life fundraisers are held all across the world, with over 5,000 events in the USA alone.
So what is the “Relay”?
  • On April 8th, from 6pm to 3am, teams will gather outside HSS, where a track will be set up. The goal of Relay is to have at least one person from the team walking (or running, if you so choose) around the track for the entire event.
  • Teams fundraise at the event, so there will be bake sales, grilled food, fun activities, and just about anything you can imagine – from trivia to donuts to midnight Zoomba (don’t worry, lots of stuff for free!).
  • We have a celebration for those in our lives who have battled cancer – usually most people’s favorite part of the night.
What exactly do you do?
  • Join our team! Registration costs only $15, and all of that goes towards our fundraising goal.
  • Ask family and friends for donations prior to the event.
  • Come to Relay for Life on April 8th and support ANS!
Join our team now by visiting our page here!
Visit the site above and click “Join Our Team”. (Or copy and paste: http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/RelayForLife/RFLCY16MS?team_id=1957153&pg=team&fr_id=71512)

If you have any questions about Relay, email Chris at chaseler@vols.utk.edu.

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Local Section Meeting 2/9

Local Section Meeting

Hey everyone! Please see the information about tomorrow night’s local section dinner meeting. Remember, students eat free!

This is a reminder for the ANS dinner meeting tomorrow night with Dr. Costas Tsouris as our speaker. Registration is still open at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ansaiche-february-dinner-meeting-tickets-21121011514

. We hope to see you there!

The next dinner meeting will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 9th at Calhoun’s On the River. This is a joint dinner meeting with the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and will feature Dr. Costas Tsouris as our speaker. His talk is titled, “Uranium from Seawater”. Dr. Tsouris holds a joint appointment with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Georgia Institute of Technology and specializes in chemical processing.
The cocktail hour will begin at 5:30pm, and dinner will be served at 6:30pm (see attached flyer for more information). Please RSVP on the event website athttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/ansaiche-february-dinner-meeting-tickets-21121011514

. Payment (for Professionals) is not required at time of registration. We hope to see y’all there!

Regards,
Oak Ridge/Knoxville ANS Executive Committee

NAYGN Scholarship

Conference Scholarship Opportunity
May 23-25, 2016

North American Young Generation in Nuclear
is now soliciting student applications to attend the

2016 Nuclear Energy Assembly in Miami, FL

Who is Eligible
Any student currently enrolled in a nuclear curriculum at an academic institution with an interest in working in the nuclear sector. (e.g. engineering, health physics, technology, policy, law, etc.)

What the Scholarship Includes
Limited scholarships are available; reasonable travel, hotel accommodations, and registration will be covered for the selected students.

Conference Information
http://www.nei.org/Conferences/Annual-Nuclear-Industry-Conference-and-Nuclear-Sup

How to Apply
Interested students should submit the following to Jamie Williams no later than 5pm EDT on March 4, 2016.

  1. A current copy of your resume
  2. Cover Letter that includes your:
    1. Current and Permanent Address
    2. Telephone Number
    3. Email Address
    4. Name of the College or University you attend
    5. Focus of Study (the degree or major you are working to complete)
    6. Nuclear Reference (Name and contact information for a professor or industry employee who suggested the student applies for the scholarship)
    7. 3-5 paragraphs on why you should be selected to attend the conference
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General Body Meeting Reminder

ANS Meeting Tonight!

ANS is having a joint meeting with WiN, INMM, and HPS tonight, January 19th at 7:30pm in Min Kao 524. We’ll be featuring LT Tate on opportunities in the Navy.

Pizza will be provided! ANS updates will follow the presentation, including:

  • Information and sign up for the student conference
  • Watts Bar Tour Update
  • Information on this year’s officer elections
  • and more!
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GBM on 01/19/16

Hey everyone!

Hope you’re all getting back into classes with ease! This is just a quick update for y’all!

ANS Meeting Tuesday!

ANS is having a joint meeting with WiN, INMM, and HPS on January 19th at 7:30pm in Min Kao 524. We’ll be featuring LT Tate on opportunities in the Navy.

Pizza will be provided! ANS updates will follow the presentation, including:

  • Information and sign up for the student conference
  • Watts Bar Tour Update
  • Information on this year’s officer elections
  • and more!

Special Lecture This Saturday

The James E. Turner Back-to-School Lecture Series in Nuclear Science, and Health Physics is this Saturday, January 23 from 7:30am to 12:00pm in Min Kao! See more details at the link below!

Details Here

ANS Student Conference

Some points to remember!!

UT ANS Button Downs

We are working on designing and ordering button down shirts with our logo for use at conferences and other business casual locations! They will be smokey gray with our logo (at the top of this email) on the side. These will cost what it does to make them! We want everyone to get one to show off our UT pride at professional locations and events! We are projecting ~$30-35.

The officers will be acquiring orange button downs with a white version of the logo. We’ll be able to make a Big Orange show out at conferences!

If you are interested in buying one, please sign up here –> UT ANS Button Down Sign Up

Glasstone Award Team

We did it before, and we can do it again!! But we need you!

The application for the Glasstone takes an entire team to put together. So if you are interested in helping us to show ANS we are the best student section, sign up at the awesome button below!!

Glasstone Team Signup! (Be Awesome)

ANS Scholarship Reminder

Winter break is a wonderful thing! So much time to catch up on sleep, books, and applications! So before the next semester gets started, why not go ahead and apply for the national ANS scholarships??

All Undergraduate ones are due February 1st and can be found here –> ANS Scholarships

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Welcome Back!

We hope everyone is having a great LEAP into the New Year of 2016!!
Many things are HOPPING along for us as your UT ANS crew!
And we’ve some news we are just RIBBITING to tell you!
(It’s a leap year this year!)
We look forward to seeing you all at our first meeting of the year January 19th!

Here are some updates for you to look at:

Local ANS Section Dinner

January Dinner Meeting 5:30pm Tuesday, 1/12/16

Where: Calhoun’s On the River 400 Neyland Drive Knoxville, TN 37902
When: Tuesday, January 12th
Cost: FREE for Students

RSVP Here

Industry Internships and Federal Scholarships

You will want to apply to these!!

Now is the time for students to apply for both industry internships and federal scholarship opportunities for 2016-2017. Students from all engineering majors and related science fields (chemistry, HP, seismic, etc.) are eligible for these opportunities, but they must apply.

Nuclear Utility Internships & Co-Ops

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”. Please direct your students to look at these opportunities and inform them that they should check back often as postings are updated daily on this website. –http://getintoenergy.jobs/jobs/?q=nuclear+internship

NEI’s Nuclear Policy Internships

Shameless Self Promotion. The Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) is the policy organization of the nuclear energy and technologies industry and participates in both the national and global policymaking process. Interns at NEI will work with seasoned nuclear professionals in one of the following areas: technical, communications, policy development, government relations, legal and conferences on issues critical to the industry.  http://www.nei.org/About-NEI/Employment-at-NEI/Internships

U.S. Department of Energy Scholarship and Fellowship Applications

The Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Nuclear Energy (NE) are seeking applicants for undergraduate scholarships and graduate-level fellowships for students studying an engineering or related science field that wish to pursue a career in nuclear energy. Scholarships are $7,500 for one year. The maximum award for a fellowship is $50,000 per year for three years, with an additional one-time $5,000 allotment to fund a minimum 10-week internship at DOE, a DOE national laboratory, or other designated facility. Applications are due on February 10, 2016, and must be submitted using the online submittal system found at NEUP.gov.

ANS Student Conference

Some points to remember!!

UT ANS Button Downs

We are working on designing and ordering button down shirts with our logo for use at conferences and other business casual locations! They will be smokey gray with our logo (at the top of this email) on the side. These will cost what it does to make them! We want everyone to get one to show off our UT pride at professional locations and events! We are projecting ~$30-35.

The officers will be acquiring orange button downs with a white version of the logo. We’ll be able to make a Big Orange show out at conferences!

If you are interested in buying one, please sign up here –> UT ANS Button Down Sign Up

Glasstone Award Team

We did it before, and we can do it again!! But we need you!

The application for the Glasstone takes an entire team to put together. So if you are interested in helping us to show ANS we are the best student section, sign up at the awesome button below!!

Glasstone Team Signup! (Be Awesome)

ANS Scholarship Reminder

Winter break is a wonderful thing! So much time to catch up on sleep, books, and applications! So before the next semester gets started, why not go ahead and apply for the national ANS scholarships??

All Undergraduate ones are due February 1st and can be found here –> ANS Scholarships

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Spring Semester News

ANS Student Conference

March 31st – April 3rd

Please read all of the following if you plan to go! (Which you should!)

Hey y’all,

The ANS Student conference is coming up, and we are so excited!! One of our goals was to have even more students attend this conference than ever before! This is a chance to grow together as a champion, develop your professional network, learn about the front line of research in every aspect of Nuclear, and create unforgettable memories! This is the website for the conference. A few things to think about:

  • The call for summaries is open! So start putting yours together. If you have any questions about these, please check the website, or feel free to email Greg. Submission deadline is February 8.
  • For you business savvy folks, this conference has a focus on entrepreneurship, including a competition. See the website for details!
  • The Human Factors, Instrumentation and Control (HFIC) division is offering an award of $500 to the best presentation in their division. If you would like some help in getting research to present in this division, we encourage you to emailDr. Coble, as she has much opportunity in this field for research!

From your Treasurer: 

We are planning on our yearly trip to the ANS Student Conference. This time in Madison, Wisconsin on March 31st through April 3rd of this upcoming 2016 year. If you plan on attending, registration can be found here. Early registration ends onMarch 1st, 2016 .

You are encouraged to register for National American Nuclear Society membership as it is only $30 which would save you $10 in the long run and provide other ANS goodies. Being a member of your collegiate ANS does not mean that you have National ANS membership. Regardless, if you plan on touring any facilities at the Student Conference, there are a few deadlines for registration and personal information to be observed.

For those students who do not have a sponsor for this trip (i.e. faculty, work, etc), UTK ANS will be providing both transportation to and from Madison, Wisconsin and lodging through the Madison Concourse Hotel for a small nominal fee ($35). Any interest by attendees should be made in this google doc by January 31st. A hard deadline for nominal fee collection will be February 17th, at this point I will be registering all parties who have paid for the lodging and transportation. There will be no refunds after this point if you cannot attend but you may transfer the rights of lodging and transportation to another individual who wants to go in your stead assuming they have paid student conference registration.

Costs Expected to any Students who are having transportation and lodging provided through UTK-ANS:

National Student Members:

  • $35 for Registration for ANS Student Conference –March 1st–> $50
  • $35 Nominal Fee to UTK-ANS paid by Feb 17th
  • Food Costs

Students Members without National Membership:

  • $30 for National Membership
  • $35 for Registration for ANS Student Conference –March 1st–> $50
  • $35 Nominal Fee to UTK-ANS paid by Feb 17th
  • Food Costs

OR

  • $75 for Registration for ANS Student Conference –March 1st–> $90
  • $35 Nominal Fee to UTK-ANS paid by Feb 17th
  • Food Costs

As a light itinerary, we will be leaving March 30th,Wednesday, in the morning to Madison, Wi [a ~10-11 hour trip] where we will check in at the Madison Concourse Hotel for the night in multiple bedrooms [each bedroom provides 2x Queen Bedrooms]. We will then attend the conference and check out of the hotel on April 3rd,Sunday, in the morning [Rooms will be reserved for the March 30th,Wednesday, to April 2nd,Tuesday, nights]. After checkout we will proceed home to Knoxville [another ~10-11 hour trip] to arrive to UT-Knoxville late on the April 3rd,Sunday, or early April 4th,Monday.

For your viewing reference, the ANS Student Conference website is found here while any questions can be directed towards your treasurer, Danielle McFall.

As a reminder, individuals who have not paid student chapter ANS dues are strongly encouraged to do so in order to participate in ANS sponsored events (This includes the student conference where UTK-ANS will provide lodging/transportation). $25 dues can be paid through cash/check/credit by contacting your treasurer, Danielle McFall. This $25 membership fee covers an entire school year of membership through ANS-UTK student chapter. It does not cover membership through the National American Nuclear Society which is $30 paid here.

Aside from dues, any unclaimed t-shirts will be available at the January 19th general meeting. After the first spring general meeting, appointments must be made through Danielle McFall to obtain t-shirts It is important to note that we are running low on Large sized t-shirts so anyone who has not claimed their t-shirt and would like to obtain a Large sized t-shirt is encouraged to contact Danielle asap dmcfall2@vols.utk.edu

UT ANS Button Downs

We are working on designing and ordering button down shirts with our logo for use at conferences and other business casual locations! They will be smokey gray with our logo (at the top of this email) on the side. These will cost what it does to make them! We want everyone to get one to show off our UT pride at professional locations and events! We are projecting ~$30-35.

The officers will be acquiring orange button downs with a white version of the logo. We’ll be able to make a Big Orange show out at conferences!

If you are interested in buying one, please sign up here –> UT ANS Button Down Sign Up

Glasstone Award Team

We did it before, and we can do it again!! But we need you!

The application for the Glasstone takes an entire team to put together. So if you are interested in helping us to show ANS we are the best student section, sign up at the awesome button below!!

Glasstone Team Signup! (Be Awesome)

ANS Scholarship Reminder

Winter break is a wonderful thing! So much time to catch up on sleep, books, and applications! So before the next semester gets started, why not go ahead and apply for the national ANS scholarships??

All Undergraduate ones are due February 1st and can be found here –> ANS Scholarships

NEUP Scholarship & Fellowship

The Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Nuclear Energy (NE) today announced two new Requests for Applications (RFAs) for the Integrated University Program (IUP) seeking applicants for undergraduate scholarships and graduate-level fellowships in nuclear energy-related fields.

Scholarships are $7,500 for one year. The maximum award for a fellowship is $50,000 per yearfor three years, with an additional one-time $5,000 allotment to fund a minimum 10-week internship at DOE, a DOE national laboratory, or other designated facility.

Applications are due on February 10, 2016, and must be submitted using the online submittal system found at NEUP.gov. NE intends to notify award recipients in spring 2016.

 

Click here to submit an application.

FY 2016 Scholarship RFA​

FY 2016 Fellowship RFA​

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