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Welcome to the American Nuclear Society

Thank you for joining ANS! In an environment of often opposing forces, the collective power of the men and women of ANS represents the breadth of the nuclear community and its future. This gives ANS an independent and respected voice, in Washington and globally, in support of nuclear technology to benefit humanity.

Thank you for lending your voice. As your professional society, ANS is committed to providing you with opportunities to broaden your professional horizons. As we strive to meet the evolving needs of our members, we welcome your feedback and suggestions.

This page will help you get the most of your ANS membership. Check back here from time to time to review the highlights of your membership as well as to see what is new at ANS.

To get started, download a copy of the ANS Advantage Membership Packet, which contains complete details about ANS programs, services, member benefits, and much more.


Ten Tips for New Members

  1. Update your member profile. Ensure you receive important ANS communications and that your Membership Directory listing is up-to-date.
  2. Add Professional Division memberships. Be sure to take advantage of the two free memberships to these topic-specific interest groups.
  3. Access free online journals and publications. Subscriptions to Nuclear News, Radwaste Solutions, and three technical journals are included with your membership.
  4. Check out the ANS Meetings calendar. Members receive up to $200 off national meetings, topical conferences, and more.
  5. Visit the ANS Store. Members save 10% on all books, publications, standards, maps, and more.
  6. Sign-up to be a mentor or mentee. Let ANS connect you with other members through the Mentor Match program.
  7. Follow ANS on social media. Be a part of the conversation on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and the Nuclear Café blog.
  8. Start networking with Collaborate. This private, virtual networking site is your portal to engage with your ANS member colleagues.
  9. Search the Membership Directory. Reach out to your colleagues and continue networking.
  10. Review the ANS Code of Ethics. ANS is committed to the highest ethical and professional conduct.

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