Register By Dec. 3: ANS-SR Annual Holiday Party & Wine Tasting, December 4, 2018. North Augusta Community Center, North Augusta, SC. Come for a wonderful evening of food & wine.
For the first time this year we have the opportunity to combine celebration and support through a silent auction supporting the Richard Benjamin Memorial Scholarship.
We are auctioning off an Augusta “Staycation” featuring a free night and breakfast for two at the historic Partridge Inn in Augusta, Georgia. The package also includes $25 to spend at the Boll Weevil restaurant and bakery, and free admission for two to the Morris Museum in downtown Augusta. The minimum bid for this package is $75.
Bids can be submitted via the link https://www.surveymonkey.
For those attending the ANS Holiday Dinner on December 4th, there will be a final opportunity to bid on the Partridge Inn package, along with other great items from outstanding local businesses. Winners will be announced at the end of the Holiday Dinner. If the winning bid is submitted online and the bidder is not in attendance, notification will be made by email.
Whether or not you choose to bid, please consider a tax-deductible donation to the Benjamin Memorial Scholarship – it is a great way to recognize the importance of mentorship and community in all our lives and to make a difference in the life of a CSRA student.”
Save the Date: PSA 2019 April 28-May 3, 2019 in beautiful Charleston, SC. What is PSA 2019? Click HERE!
Savannah River Section of the American Nuclear Society
The core purpose of the ANS Savannah River Section is to promote the awareness and understanding of the application of nuclear science and technology locally (in the Central Savannah River Area), nationally and globally.
Message from the Section Chair
I am honored to be the ANS Savannah River Section Chair for the third time. We have made great strides in the past years to be active in our community outreach, collaborate with other local professional society groups, provide engaging technical programs for our members, and expand our scholarship program. My goal for our section this coming year is to continue with our successful programs, gain organization and leadership knowledge for hosting conference topicals in order to fund our section activities, and increase our membership locally and nationally. I encourage members and the executive committee to take an active role in making our local section meaningful for yourselves, for the local community, and for the proliferation of knowledge for nuclear science and technology nationally.
Thanks, Tinh Tran
The American Nuclear Society is celebrating 60 years as the premier society for nuclear professionals. Our individual membership ranks include more than 11,000 engineers, scientists, educators, students, and others with nuclear related interests. Our members hail from more than 1,600 corporations, educational institutions, and government agencies from over 40 different countries. More than 80 industry-leading companies support the ANS as Organization Members.
ANS, a not-for-profit society, provides extensive opportunities for every professional group in the nuclear field to interact effectively via 22 divisions and technical groups, 59 U.S. and 10 non-U.S. local sections, 3 plant branches, and 43 U.S. and 3 non-U.S. student sections
The Society serves as an advocate for individuals and organizations having a stake in nuclear science and technology. Our Washington, D.C. office acts as a technical resource to senior policy and decision makers. ANS produces position papers on nuclear science and technology issues of our times, publishing these in print and on our website.