Nuclear Forensics Graduate Fellowship Program applications now available on www.scuref.org/forms under the NFGFP tab.
NNIS Fellow Marc Paff (University of Michigan) was awarded best paper in the Nuclear Security and Physical Protection division. His paper was titled, “Performance of a EJ309 Organic Liquid Scintillation Detector Pedestrian Radiation Portal Monitor Prototype at the 2nd SCINTILLA Benchmark Campaign”. NFGFP Fellow Alexis Kaplan (University of Michigan) was awarded best paper in the Materials Control and Accountability division. …
We are pleased to announce that Arrielle Opotowsky, University of Wisconsin, Madison, was chosen as the 2014-2015 Nuclear Forensics Graduate Fellowship Program awardee. Arrielle shined among an extraordinary group of applicants!
Jacquelyn Dorhout (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) Timothy Jacomb-Hood (Texas A&M University) Johnathon Koglin (Pennsylvania State University) Kevin Lavelle (University of Cincinnati) Bruce Pierson (University of Michigan) Alison Tamasi (University of Missouri)
The Nuclear Forensics Graduate Fellowship Program is now accepting applications for the 2013-2014 award cycle. Go to http://www.scuref.org/nfgf-01/ to find out more about the fellowship. Applications are due 2/01/13. Go to www.scuref.org/forms and click on the NFGF tab for electronic applications and associated forms.
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