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While membership dues are an investment in yourself, donations to the American Nuclear Society (ANS), are an investment in the profession today and the future. ANS relies on contributions from individuals, corporations, foundations, universities, and government agencies to support our mission to engage the public and policymakers through communication outreach.

Current ANS initiatives

Center for Nuclear Science and Technology Information
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As an initiative of ANS, the Center for Nuclear Science and Technology Information was conceived to increase understanding of the basic science of the atomic nucleus. Our focus is on the principles of nuclear science and technology, and how brilliant people are employing these principles to improve the human condition. Our goal is to change the conversation about nuclear. Learn more...

ANS Scholarships
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ANS plays an important role in helping students complete their post-high school education and prepare for careers in nuclear science and technology (NS&T). More than 20 scholarships named after pioneers and leaders in NS&T and other general scholarships are awarded each year to students with outstanding academic credentials. Special scholarships are available to students who have significant economical needs in order to pursue degrees in NS&T. Learn more...

Please join us by making a gift today.

The simplest and fastest way to give to ANS is by making your gift online now through our secure online donation form or by calling (708) 579-8209.

Please make your check payable to the American Nuclear Society (ANS).


Mail it to:

Lockbox # 97781
American Nuclear Society
c/o Accounting Department
97781 Eagle Way
Chicago, IL 60678-9770

The American Nuclear Society is a 501(c)3 organization under IRS guidelines. Donations to ANS are tax deductible as allowed by law. Please consult your tax advisor.

Last updated April 15, 2014, 3:34pm CDT.

 
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