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The Young Members Group works to encourage and enable all young professional members to be actively involved in the efforts and endeavors of the Society at all levels (Professional Divisions, ANS Governance, Local Sections, etc.) as they transition from the role of a student to the role of a professional. It sponsors non-technical workshops and meetings that provide professional development and networking opportunities for young professionals, collaborates with other Divisions and Groups in developing technical and non-technical content for topical and national meetings, encourages its members to participate in the activities of the Groups and Divisions that are closely related to their professional interests as well as in their local sections, introduces young members to the rules and governance structure of the Society, and nominates young professionals for awards and leadership opportunities available to members.
2022 ANS Annual Meeting
June 12–16, 2022
Anaheim, CA|Anaheim Hilton
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West Virginia Senate moves to end nuclear power ban
The West Virginia Senate voted 24–7 yesterday in favor of S.B. 4, which repeals sections of the state code banning the construction of nuclear power plants in West Virginia, according to an article in the Parkersburg News and Sentinel. The bill now heads to the House, which is considering a similar measure.
Elmer E. Lewis
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (First Place)University of Maryland (Second Place)University of Wisconsin-Madison (Third Place)University of Florida (Honorable Mention)Texas A&M University (Honorable Mention)
John R. White
Robert L. Skinner
John GrahamNorbert R. GrantNancy M. Trahey
Small Local SectionsVirginia (Best Membership)Virginia (Best Meetings and Programs)Louisiana (Best Public Information/Education)Long Island (Best Section Management)Large Local SectionsLong Island (Meritorious, Best Section Management)Idaho (Best Membership)Eastern Carolinas (Best Meetings and Programs)Eastern Washington (Best Public Information/Education)Idaho (Meritorious)International Local SectionsLatin America (Meritorious, All Categories)Savannah River, Washington DC, Taiwan (Meritorious Finalists)
George C. Fullmer (GE NuclearSan Jose) (retired)
Chad B. Carrico
B Reactor Approved OctoberIndian Point 1 Nuclear Generating Station Approved OctoberRadiochemical Development Facility- Building 3019ORNL Approved October
Jeanne K. Krieger
Neil L. Felmus
Richard T. Lahey, Jr.
J. Ed Smith posthumously
GraduateUniversity of TennesseeRoger Brewer, Michael Crouse, Ernie Elliott, Kadir KavakliogluUniversity of Texas, AustinRobert Canaan, Jong-You Kim, Steve Manson, Arnold Preece, Carlos Rios-Martinezz, Hector Vega-CarrilloUndergraduateOregon State UniversityCurt Betts ,Mel Guymon, Mark Galvin, Janet Green, Steve SlaterUniversity of TennesseeChris L. Black, J. Allen Crabtree, Carter D. Hooper, John K. Mattingly, Travis L. Tate
Yih Yun Hsu (Y.Y.)
Thomas E. Murley
Allan F. Henry
Glenn A. Reed