Nominations needed for the 2021 ANS election

May 29, 2020, 10:39AMUpdated July 9, 2020, 9:31AMANS News

Each year, ANS leaders are nominated and elected from among the dedicated nuclear technology professionals that make up the Society’s membership. Now is your chance to nominate candidates to run in the 2021 ANS national election for the offices of vice president/president-elect and treasurer and for five positions on the ANS Board of Directors. All terms will begin in June 2021.

The details: Officer and director candidates must be ANS fellows, members, or emeritus members in good standing. Members affiliated with a national laboratory or with government are especially desired as 2021 vice president/president-elect nomi­nees. Four of the five director seats to be filled in the election are for U.S.-resident candidates; the remaining seat will be filled by a young member (open to those of age 35 and under or those who have graduated within the past five years).

Nominations are due by August 7 and must include a CV or biographical information to be valid for consideration by the ANS Nominating Committee, which is chaired by Immediate Past President Marilyn Kray. For more information or to submit a nomination, contact Ashley Jiminian at ANS headquarters by email at, or by phone at 708/475-7885.

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