Membership Newsletter – Volume 17 Issue 11

From Your NAYGN Core

  • Does your chapter have big dreams, but a small budget? We want to help – send us your proposal by October 24th for NAYGN’s Innovating Our Impact initiative!
  • We’ve launched our website for Marie’s Electric Adventure.  Here you’ll find the chapter outreach kit, NAYGN’s press release, and more to help you get the most out of your books.
  • Before Marie’s Electric Adventure arrives, consider attending our webinar September 20th for a sneak peek at the story, what you can do with it, and tips on how to get ready for National Nuclear Science Week. The creators from NAYGN-Duke Energy are pictured above.
  • Planning on attending the NEA 2018 conference? It has moved to Georgia, the home state for Vogtle units 3 & 4.  Mark your calendars for May 21st-23rd.

Hearing From Our Members

  • Duke Energy’s chapter held a Technology Trade Show at Oconee Nuclear Station.  It featured vendors spanning 3D printing, weld advancements, 3D capture, drones, reverse engineering strategies, and more.
  • Our ENERCON-Naperville chapter showed off their green thumbs at the Midwest Shelter for Homeless Veterans in Wheaton, IL.
  • NAYGN loves hearing from our chapters.  Please send us your events and photos so we can share with our membership!


Last Words

  • News network CNBC recently toured Three Mile Island Generating Station, citing what the surrounding communities stand to lose if these facilities are forced to shut down prematurely.
  • Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, a humorous and often satirical late-night news show, may have missed the mark on a recent Nuclear Waste segment, according to James Conca.