About Student Outreach
The NE Student Outreach Committee coordinates various student activities throughout the year. The Committee serves as a point of contact to student organizations for speakers on nuclear energy and non-proliferation topics, and to universities and area schools seeking speakers for career fairs, panel discussions, etc., or wishing to tour the Nuclear Energy exhibit during a visit to the Laboratory.
The Committee also maintains regular communications with university nuclear engineering programs in an effort to keep students and faculty informed about opportunities in the Nuclear Engineering Division for employment, student internships, etc.
Read testimonials directly from students who have recently participated in the Argonne summer internships program at the Nuclear Engineering Division.
Our outreach efforts include the creation of a list of reviewed and recommended resources about nuclear energy for middle and high school students and their teachers, "Nuclear Energy Learning Resources for School."
If you are a university student, be sure to check out the "Technical Resources for University Students" sidebar on our Students page for links to online nuclide charts, course materials from MIT, and more.
2014 NE Summer Intern Seminar Series
Each year the NE Outreach
Committee organizes an NE Summer
Intern Seminar Series. The series is aimed at informing our summer
students of the interesting and important work being done in NE.
Students from other Argonne divisions are also invited to attend.
Examples of seminars offered in 2013:
2013 NE Summer Interns Seminar Series
2014 NE Facilities Guided Tours for Summer Interns
Each year the Nuclear Engineering Division Outreach Committee
offers guided tours of select NE Division
facilities for summer interns.
Examples of guided tours offered in 2013:
2013 NE Facilities Guided Tours for Summer Interns
Visit our website for Students and Teachers:
"Nuclear Energy Learning Resources for Home and School" at http://students.ne.anl.gov/schools/