Joe F. Colvin
Nuclear Energy Institute (RET)
Donald C. Hintz
Entergy Corporation (RET)
E. James Reinsch
Bechtel Group (RET)
Bradley J. Adams
Southern Nuclear Operating Co.
Rita C. Bowser
Westinghouse Electric Company
James H. Lash
For the past half century, ANS members have led the way making remarkable strides in the development and deployment of nuclear technologies. Despite the dramatic positive contributions of nuclear technology, the public remains largely uninformed about the ways in which it has improved the quality of life. This unawareness has impeded the introduction of nuclear technologies that save lives, create jobs, and address climate change.
ANS is undertaking a campaign to raise $7.5 million for the Center for Nuclear Science and Technology Information. Thanks to leadership gifts totaling $2.75 million from corporate sponsors, ANS launched the Center in late 2011.
The Center for Nuclear Science and Technology Information will take a proactive position in bringing scientific and technological facts to four targeted audiences: 1) the general public, 2) media, 3) policy makers, and 4) K-12 classrooms.
Strategic communications will be delivered through the Center with the involvement of the ANS members in a grassroots public relations campaign that will:
The goals of the Center for Nuclear Science and Technology Information are to:
Success will be measured by how well we achieve greater public understanding and support for nuclear science and technology.
With the support of ANS members and the nuclear community, we can ensure the advancement of the field for future generations. Please join us in our ongoing mission to advance our profession and industry by giving to the Center for Nuclear Science and Technology Information.
Last updated March 18, 2013, 12:33pm CDT.