At his death Michael Lineberry was the ANS Treasurer. Prior to becoming Treasurer he was an ANS Fellow and he served on numerous committees and boards. He was an active participant in the Fuel Cycle and Waste Management, Reactor Physics, and the Education, Training and Workforce Development Divisions. He was also a recipient of the US Department of Energy E.O. Lawrence Award, which recognized his contributions as a nuclear energy researcher at Argonne National Laboratory.
A native of Pomona, California, Dr. Lineberry graduated Summa Cum Laude from UCLA with a B.S. in Engineering, and completed his M.S. degree from CalTech in Mechanical Engineering, where he also received his PhD in Engineering Science and Physics. He worked at Argonne National Laboratory in Idaho for 38 years, and retired in 2005 as a Senior Nuclear Engineer and a Division Director. In 2000, he had also earned an MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. At the time of his passing he was Professor and Chairman of the Nuclear Engineering Department at Idaho State University.
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