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Oak Ridge Today
The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education has unveiled its redesigned ORISE website and new ORISE GO app, providing a wide range of resources on the go, a press release said
ORISE Launches New App And Redesigned Website With A Variety Of Resources Available, Including Hundreds Of STEM Internships, Fellowships And Research Opportunities
The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education unveiled its redesigned ORISE website and new ORISE GO app, providing a wide range of resources on the go.
ORISE Launches New App and Redesigned Website With a Variety of Resources Available, Including Hundreds of STEM Internships, Fellowships and Research Opportunities
Yahoo! News India
The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education unveiled its redesigned ORISE website and new ORISE GO app today, providing a wide range of resources on the go.
Nathan Howard, research scientist at MIT’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center (PSFC), has won the 2019 Nuclear Fusion Award from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for a paper that explains heat losses due to turbulence in the core of magnetically confined fusion plasmas. Howard authored the winning paper as a postdoc supported by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE).
It's critical to plan 20-25 years in advance for the jobs of tomorrow, according to Craig Layman, associate director for workforce development for the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education. But how can you start to develop a roadmap for that far into the future when it's a struggle to fill some of the jobs of today?
Kimberly Smith, a senior at Stone Memorial High School, used her engineering skills to solve a common high school problem: students toying with gas valves in chemistry classrooms. The project not only earned her high marks in her engineering class but also took first place in the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education November 3D Printer Design Challenge.
RDECOM C&B Public Affairs
While some teachers certainly take off to recharge their batteries each summer, for some, there is no academic off-season and for a choice few, part of their summer vacation included a trip to the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Chemical & Biological (RDECOM C&B) Center at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. The Joint Science and Technology Institute is a two-week STEM-intensive program took teachers out of the classroom and into the labs with the opportunity to experience real-world laboratory science and gain practical knowledge they can take back to their schools and apply in their lessons with students.
WATE 6 News
Three Oak Ridge non-profits worked together Thursday to help the world's most vulnerable as part of a campaign called "Rise Against Hunger." More than 100 volunteers worked together to pack 20,000 nutritious meals, following an assembly-line process. The dehydrated meals consist of rice, soy, vegetables and 23 essential vitamins and minerals.
Knoxville News Sentinel
More than 100 Oak Ridge volunteers bustled about tables, passing sachets of food back and forth at an Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education warehouse Thursday.