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ORISE wants you to share your passion about your favorite topic, whether it is related to history, science, art, sports, or anything else. TWELVE prizes will be awarded – three for K-2nd grade, three for 3rd-5th grade, three for 6th-8th grade, and three for 9th-12th.
The deadline for this contest is May 30. Visit the STEM Competitions for K-12 Students page for more info!
Calling all K-12 Teachers! We are inviting you to help ORISE celebrate 30 years of growth and innovation! Just like ORISE, technology is ever evolving and ORISE wants to help you bring new equipment into your classroom. Teachers of any grade level or subject are invited to create and submit a 30-second video creatively showing us a piece of equipment in your classroom that you would love to have updated and tell us how the update will affect your classroom! THIRTY winners will be awarded a prize
The deadline for this contest is May 30. Visit the STEM Competitions for K-12 Educators page for more info!
REAC/TS offers a collection of references and job aids to assist medical professionals in the management of individuals injured by ionizing radiation. These resources are helpful in documenting patient injuries, determining steps for initial and secondary triage, outlining correct procedures for donning and doffing personal protective equipment, and other information to assist in appropriately caring for patients.
The app, which launched in 2020, gives prospective applicants for ORISE internship and fellowship programs the ability to search for opportunities, manage their applications and accept offers—all from their mobile device. Through ORISE GO, current ORISE participants can receive program notifications, learn about exclusive professional development events and enhance their skills through online learning modules. Find ORISE GO in the App Store and on Google Play.
As a 2016 alumnus of the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) Postgraduate Research Program, Jonathan Levine, Ph.D., finds and invents new solutions to tackle the multinational problem of global warming and ocean oil spills.