Join ANS for the virtual event, “Securing a Strong Workforce for the Next Generation of Reactors”

March 15, 2022, 12:00PMANS News

The ANS Education, Training and Workforce Development Division is hosting a webinar titled “Securing a Strong Workforce for the Next Generation of Reactors,” to be held on Wednesday, March 16, from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. (EDT).

Register now. The webinar is complimentary and open to all.

What’s it about: You’ll hear from a distinguished panel of guests representing academia, industry, and government on what is being done to prepare the future nuclear workforce for the construction and operation of next-generation reactors planned to be built in the late 2020s and early 2030s.

Panel: The webinar will be moderated by Daniel Carleton, project manager at Terrestrial Energy USA, and will feature the following expert panelists:

  • J. Wesley Hines, professor and head, Department of Nuclear Engineering, University of Tennessee–Knoxville
  • Kathryn Huff, U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear Energy
  • Nicholas Touran, manager of digital engineering, TerraPower

Submit questions: Please feel free to submit questions in advance of the webinar.

Can’t attend in real time? A recording of the webinar will be shared via email with everyone who registers.

Additional ANS events: Check out other upcoming and recorded virtual events and meetings.


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