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Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Established as an official U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) institute in 1992, with programs dating back to 1946, the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) is a national leader in science education and research. Managed by ORAU, ORISE directly supports DOE’s national agenda to advance science education and research programs by creating opportunities for collaboration through partnerships with DOE facilities, other federal agencies, the academic community and industry. Fundamental to ORISE’s mission objectives are: research surrounding occupational hazards’ health risks, environmental cleanup assessments, radiation medical emergency response, scientific peer reviews, and the education of the next generation of scientists. The Higher Education Partnerships to Expand Work-based Learning projects were designed to promote: 1) curricula that integrate classroom studies with school-approved work experience in a field related to a studentís academic and career goals, and 2) transitions from high school to college. Awards were funded by the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Labor. The authors would like to acknowledge the vital contributions of those who made these grants possible. From the U.S. Departments of Education and Labor, Stephanie Powers strongly promoted linkages between secondary and postsecondary education. Melissa Apostolides was instrumental in oversight of the projects, Richard Larsen directed the funding process, and Sharon Belli refined the research design. Maureen Bozell from DTI guided the completion and final reporting The Higher Education Partnership projects were developed within a quick timeframe, requiring the ability to establish college and high school personnel and activities within a few months. These projects were based on the expertise of colleges and universities with significant experience in the integration of learning and work. In most cases, a college administrator with a longstanding background in cooperative education, internships, or other work-based learning headed the project. The ability to build on that background was often instrumental in moving forward effectively and rapidly. Site leaders included: University of Chicago The purpose of this series of reports is to present definitive documentation regarding the development of the Y-12 external dosimetry film badge program from its beginnings half a century ago through 1979, the end of the film badge period. This information provides the background for appropriate use of recorded film badge doses in dose reconstruction. This report, Part 2, deals with neutron exposures. Y-12 Neutron Dose Measurement in the Film Badge Program Scientist studies how microorganisms mitigate macro-scale greenhouse gases Nuclear Engineering Enrolments and Degrees Survey, 2015 Data Health Physics Enrolments and Degrees Survey, 2015 Data

The following is the list of scholars from Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences