Contingent from VCU at the 2017 ANS Student Conference. In banquet facility at Heinz Field


  1. Great summary of the meeting, Rod. One of the most energizing parts of my time as an ANS leader has been being able to get to know and work with some of the amazing students in our field. Always good for a boost in optimism when some of the current news is otherwise disquieting.

    1. @Gene Grecheck

      Thank you for your continuing leadership, Gene. I might have to produce a second post about the useful panel on Nuclear Economics that happened after this one was published. There was some really useful information discussed, including a thought-provoking look at pricing and perception trends associated with U.S. nuclear production and plans over the past dozen years.

      Wonder if I can get a copy of those historic slides? 🙂

  2. This is an excellent idea. Last Thursday I attended a talk on”Trust But Verify” about detection of greenhouse gases using a satellite. The talk was sponsored by the students association of the the Atmospheric Science Department of the University of Washington. About 200 attended and I estimate that 90 per cent were students. Some asked some very good questions in the discussion period.

  3. I was truly sorry to have to miss this event. Thanks, Rod, for letting me experience it vicariously through you.

    1. @Canon Bryan

      You’re very welcome. That’s one of the services that Atomic Insights tries to provide to its often busy and multi-tasked readers.

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