Teachers! Summer social media contests are still in session!

Throughout the month of August, we want to know how has inquiry-based learning benefited your students? Or if it is new to you, how do you imagine inquiry-based learning benefiting your students? Comment your answer on our Facebook post and fill out the form using the link below for a chance to win one of five 3-D printers!

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Preparing to launch: REAC/TS supports NASA in Mars 2020 mission

REAC/TS, an asset of the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Nuclear Security Administration, is providing training and consultation for medical responders and emergency planners near Kennedy Space Center this year in preparation for NASA's Mars 2020 rover launch.

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Researcher spotlight: Deborah Sunter

Deborah Sunter, Ph.D., spent two years as a postdoctoral fellow with the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in the Postdoctoral Research Award Program. Her research explored and expanded a modeling platform designed to help evaluate and meet the United States’ growing energy demands.

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ORISE provides 10 years of independent verification support to DOE-SPRU cleanup

Since 2009, ORISE has supported the U.S. Department of Energy’s cleanup and decommissioning project at its Separations Process Research Unit (SPRU). June 2019 marked a significant milestone in the project with the completion of verification field activities of the remaining soils and structures at SPRU, making it one step closer to ending one of ORISE’s longest running verification projects.

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Researcher spotlight: Julita Inca Chiroque

An interest in high performance computing led Julita Inca Chiroque to Oak Ridge National Laboratory, where she participated in the Advanced Short-Term Research Opportunity (ASTRO) Program. During her time at ORNL, she contributed to a project that sought to connect different computing systems with one authentication process.

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A male undergraduate student conducts a laboratory experiment during a research participation program internship at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

STEM Career Resources

Are you are an undergraduate, graduate student or postdoc looking for early-career, professional development opportunities? Find information on how to submit a successful application, how to apply for research funding, where to find career fairs, and more!

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