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February 12, 2024

​​Nuclear Energy University Program, in partnership with American Nuclear Society, is happy to present part two of the Innovations Student Competition Webinar Series. This series features presentations from student awardees of the Innovations in Nuclear Energy Research & Development Student Competition (INSC). 


Each student will present their research and hold a question and answer session. Session two​ will be held on Wednesday, Feb 21, 2024 at 12pm MT.​

 

Innovations Student Competition Webinar Series: Part 2 features

Please support these students and learn more about their award-winning work on Wednesday, Feb 21, 2024 at 12pm MT.

Register here to attend. 




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February 6, 2024

Nuclear Innovation Bootcamp​ seeks to train students and early career professionals in skills essential to innovation in nuclear energy while executing group projects. The program consists of expert-led sessions, team-building exercises, and group project design time.

Applications Due: February 25, 2024

Location: University of Wyoming (Laramie, WY)

When: July 21 - August 2, 2024

Who can apply?

· 3rd year or later undergraduate students in any field

· Graduate students (including PhD) in any field

· Early-career professionals working in any field for less than 5 years


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January 25, 2024

An amendment has been made to both the University Reactor Sharing and Outreach FOA and the University Nuclear Research Infrastructure Revitalization FOA. Please see deatails below.

University Reactor Sharing and Outreach 

Amendment 001: This amendment makes the following chang​e(s): Part IV – Application and Submission Information, Section D. Content and Form of Application (Table). Corrects Project Narrative File page limit from 5 pages to 8 pages.

Read the full FOA here. 

University Nuclear Research Infrastructure Revitalization

​Amendment 001: This amendment makes the following changes:

- Part I.C: Moved unallowed cost section from B to C and added "Indirect costs are not allowed for the 50% of the budget that must go to equipment and upgrades (e.g., physical infrastructure/equipment).

- Part I.D: Changed cooperative agreement to grant.

- Part IV.D.10.4: Provided further instruction for the budget justification. 

Read the full FOA here



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January 16, 2024

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) are hosting DOE/NRC Collaboration on Criticality Safety Support for Commercial-Scale HALEU Fuel Cycles (DNCSH) Workshop #1 on February 29, 2024. 

Please register by February 16, 2024, at the following link: Criticality Safety Support for Commercial-Scale HALEU Fuel Cycles Workshop #1


For more information, click here.

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