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June 14–17, 2021
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No deal yet in Illinois for Exelon nuclear plants
The Illinois Senate adjourned on June 15 without calling a comprehensive energy regulatory reform package for a vote, Capitol News Illinois reported. State Sen. Bill Cunningham (D., Chicago) and Senate president Don Harmon (D., Oak Park) said afterward that they expect a vote to happen sometime this summer as negotiations continue.
ANS Incoming Freshman Scholarship was established by the ANS Board in November 2003 for incoming college freshmen pursuing science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) courses with an interest in working in nuclear science and technology.
American Nuclear Society
A selection committee will be established by the Scholarship Policy and Coordination Committee.
Undergraduate – Freshmen / Graduating high school seniors
Up to five (5) awarded annually @ $1,000/each or up to two (2) awarded annually @ $2,000/each
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