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ReActions November 2017

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November is a great time to help students who are interested in nuclear science careers. ANS has a number of resources for career exploration on our website, including career descriptions and the latest version of the Nuclear Science and Engineering Education Sourcebook. Created by ANS and the U.S. Department of Energy, the Sourcebook lists universities across the country that have active nuclear programs. Winter break might be an ideal time for a college visit or two. ANS also offers scholarships for incoming freshmen. Read on to learn how to encourage your students interested in nuclear careers. Also in this issue, we’re highlighting your colleagues who won classroom materials in our Nuclear Science Week “Tweet to Win” contest and at our latest national teacher workshop.

November 14, 2017 Volume 42

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