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Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences

Michigan Engineering

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The election to the rank of Fellow within the Society recognizes the contributions made to the advancement of nuclear science and technology through the years. It is the Society’s highest membership grade, to which a select group of professional associates have been elected. The selection comes as a result of nomination by peers, careful review by the Honors and Awards Committee, and election by the Society’s Board of Directors.

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Article topics: Honors & Awards

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