Theme: Enlighten, Embrace & Empower
Enlighten ourselves of our past, present and future innovations.
Embrace our role in learning and communicating.
Empower others both inside and outside the nuclear community about our nuclear world.
Volunteers are needed for both the planning committee and the conference itself. Areas include: finance, technical sessions and logistics.
Please contact the following committee members with any questions and information regarding the conference —
Conference Committee Chair: Ishita Trivedi
ANS Student Chapter President: Brandon Hunter
Official Conference Email Address: ANS2020StudentConference@ncsu.edu
Our department has a unique history. It is home to the first university-based reactor program and Nuclear Engineering curriculum in the United States.
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Broaden Your World
Co-op Experience: Engineering students can gain hands-on job experience while pursuing their degrees, and get paid for it, through the Cooperative Education Program.
Study Abroad: Engineering is a global enterprise. Many employers are looking for graduates with second languages and international exposure. Study abroad can make that happen.
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