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2021 Student Conference
April 8–10, 2021
North Carolina State University|Raleigh Marriott City Center
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World Nuclear Energy Day kicks off on historic date
The inaugural World Nuclear Energy Day, on December 2, will be a celebration of nuclear energy and the people who make it happen. As nuclear power is a leading source of clean energy across the globe, the day aims to remind us that clean energy enables healthy lives.
Click here to find out how some are observing World Nuclear Energy Day 2020.
November 20, 2020
We're excited to host our first-ever ANS Virtual Graduate School Fair to help prepare the next generation of nuclear professionals and to keep early and seasoned experts at the top of their game!
Graduate School Fair Zoom Link (use this for all session except the University Breakout Sessions)
Here's this afternoon's agenda (all times EST):
3:30 pmOpening remarks
3:45 pmMake your application pop!
Lisa Marshall, NC State recruiter/adviserLane Carasik, Virginia Commonwealth University facultyJeff King, Colorado School of Mines admissions committee member
4:15 pmWhat is it really like? Advice from current students
Kelley Verner, University of IdahoCharlyne Smith, University of FloridaJeremy Mettler, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignMario Mendoza, Texas A&M University
4:45 pmUniversity Breakout Sessions
Use the Zoom links below to meet with representatives from six of these 18 schools for 15 minutes each. If you enter a Zoom room that's full, we encourage you to move on to your next selection!
Colorado School of Mines (Zoom link)MIT (Zoom link)North Carolina State University (Zoom link)The Ohio State University (Zoom link)Oregon State University (Zoom link)Penn State University (Zoom link)Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Zoom link)Texas A&M University (Zoom link)University of California, Berkeley (Zoom link)University of Florida (Zoom link)University of Idaho (Zoom link)University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Zoom link)University of Michigan (Zoom link)University of New Mexico (Zoom link)University of Tennessee - Knoxville (Zoom link)University of Wisconsin - Madison (Zoom link)Virginia Commonwealth University (Zoom link)Virginia Tech (Zoom link)
6:15 pmWhat's Next!
Hear about the ANS College Series and learn about upcoming activities from the Student Section Committee and Young Members Group
Please contact Dan Goldberg if you need any assistance during the Graduate Fair (text/call 773-203-3280 or firstname.lastname@example.org).