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					American Nuclear Society Education & Training Division
Presentation to the ANS Board of Directors Dr. Wes Hines - Chair Atlanta - June 2009

ETD’s Mission
• Encourages an exchange of views and information on matters related to nuclear education and training • Links the academic, industrial, and governmental communities • Involves educators, trainers, and students working together on nuclear education issues • Enriches their professional development • Educates the general public • Advances nuclear science and engineering • Provides a venue for nuclear training - CONTE • Promotes workforce development initiatives

Newly Elected Division Governance
• • • • • Chair – Mike Robinson 1st Vice Chair – John Wheeler 2nd Vice Chair – Richard Holman Treasurer – Travis Knight Secretary – Peter Caracappa,
– Annually elect Second Vice Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer – Executive Committee – 3 yr. terms – Eric P. Loewen - BOD Liaison

• 5-Year Strategic and 1-Year Tactical Plan in place • Adopted/Complying w/new bylaws

ETD Executive Committee
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Patrick Berry Gilbert Brown Richard Coe Arthur H. Friedman John Gutteridge Brian Hajek Kent Hamlin J. Wesley Hines Richard Holman Jane A. LeClair Lisa Marchall W. David Pointer Ashley Royal Michael A. Robinson John J. Stankiewicz John K. Wheeler 2011 2011 2011 2010 2011 2011 2011 2009 2010 2009 2011 2010 2011 2010 2009 2009

ETD Name Change
• Proposed new name to coincide with our true focus.

Education, Training, and Workforce Development
• The Education, Training & Workforce Development Division provides communication among the academic, industrial, and governmental communities through the exchange of views and information on matters related to education, training and workforce development in nuclear and radiological science, engineering, and technology. • Industry leaders, education and training professionals, and interested students work together through Society-sponsored meetings and publications, to enrich their professional development, to educate the general public, and to advance nuclear and radiological science and engineering.

ETD Participation with Nuclear Energy Societies/Organizations
• • • • • • • • Institute of Nuclear Power Operations National Academy for Nuclear Training Nuclear Energy Institute International Atomic Energy Agency European Nuclear Society Idaho National Lab Energy Providers Coalition for Education Westinghouse/Entergy/Exelon

ETD Communications
• Two 4-6 page Newsletters per year • Maintain updated ETD web site • Maintain a CONTE web site

ETD Budget – 12/31/08
• Funds
2008 Carryover 2007 Member Allocation 2007 Division Income Total 19,247 2,116 200 21,563 150 4,350 3,759 8,379 13,184

• Expenses
- TEA Awards - Student Support - National Meeting Costs Total

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Excess
Lamarsh Scholarship –

14, 546

ETD – Paid Membership
2004 J - 820 A – 894 2005 J - 833 A - 920 2006 J - 814 A - 894 2007 J - 840 A - 925 2008 J -879 A -990

1300 1200

Education and Training Division Total Membership

1155
1100

1035
1000 900 800

1029 990

1058

971 903

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

ETD Contributions to ANS
• ETD Work Force Committee: Ann D. Winters
– Knowledge retention and generational issues – Nuclear science and technology outreach

• Univ/Industry/Gov Relations Committee: H. Lee Dodds • Conference on Nuclear Training and Education – CONTE • Alpha Nu Sigma Honor Society Chapter started at the South Carolina State University • ETD endorses/sponsors three ANS Position Statements
– 21- Stewardship of Nuclear Engineering Education – 29 - Maintaining Viable Nuclear Industry Workforce – 53 - Research and Training Reactors

ETD Services to Membership
• Scholarships – Sponsor Lamarsh Scholarship • Peer Recognition/Awards – Training Excellence and Training Pioneer Awards – Arthur Holly Compton Award in Education • Student Support – Provided resources to Student Sections for travel – Glasstone Award (ANS Student Section) – Mark Mills Award (Graduate Student) – Student Design Contest for undergraduate/graduate – Sponsor Student Sessions with Best Paper financial Awards – Student Poster Design Sessions

ETD Meetings
• National Meeting Participation
– – – – – – – – – Four sessions in 2007 Summer Meeting Four sessions and three panels in 2007 Winter Meeting Five sessions and three panels in 2008 Summer Meeting Three sessions and two panels in 2008 Winter Meeting Two sessions and three panels in 2009 Summer Meeting CONTE – February 07 – Class 1 Topical CONTE – February 09 – Class 1 Topical CONTE – February 11 – Class 1 Topical, Planned NESTet – May 08 – Budapest, ENS – Class II
• Nuclear Engineering Science/Technology and Training

CONTE 2009
Venue – Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Date – February 8-11, 2009 General Chair – Jeff Gasser, CNO, Southern Company Attendees – 252 Papers/presentations – 62 Income (to ETD) - $25,275
Keynote speakers NRC Chairman Klein ANS President Burchill Southern Co. CNO – Gasser INPO VP - McCullough Sponsors Utilities – 7 Vendors/suppliers – 11 Govt/associatioins – 4 Colleges/universities - 3

CONTE 2011
• • • • Venue – Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Date – February 2011 ETD to select program chairs in 2009 Expect similar participation and sponsor support (at the minimum)

Summary
• Succession planning and details of officer responsibilities in place • Increase in membership due to more rigorous encouragement and solicitation for members across nuclear energy • Strategic and tactical plans updated • Awards and Scholarship chairs identified and in place • Committee on Workforce Development in place • Successfully conducted Class 1 Topical–CONTE09 • Lamarsh Scholarship full funded and another on the way. • Elevating Training Excellence Awards to National Awards

Professional Division Metrics ETD Vitality Measures – CY 2008 Division Meetings
National Meeting Participation
2008 Annual: 3 sessions 3 panels 2008 Winter: 2 sessions 2 panels Student Design Competition

Division Governance
Succession Planning
Submitted ‘04/Updated ‘08

Division Contributions to Society
ANS Position Statements
21 Federal Support for Nuclear Engineering (Active) 29 Maintaining Viable Nuc Work Force (Active)

Division Services to Membership
Professional Development
Sponsored Student Poster Sessions; liaisons serve as ABET evaluators

Class I, Class II Topicals
CONTE II Feb 2004/+ 25% CONTE II Feb 2005 CONTE III ‘07

Membership Trends
1029/990 mbrs -3.8% change 2006 990/1058 mbrs +6.9% change 2007 1058/1155 mbrs +9% change 2008

Participation with Outside Professional Societies
AEES, NEDHO, INPO, IAEA, ENS, NEI; Co-sponsorship of CONTE ’07 with INPO, IAEA, NEI. ENS

Scholarships
Lamarsh Scholarship Landis Challenge Contribution

Class III Topicals
ETD does not support Embedded Topicals

Communications
2 newsletters & website remodeled, modernized, updated in 2007 Reviewed in 2008

Society Leadership
4 of 4 PCD, 4 NPC >75% Exec Comm.

Peer Recognition/ Awards
Compton (Teaching), Student Design Comp, Student Project (DOE), Mark Mills, Samuel Glasstone (students); Student Poster Sessions

Division Planning
2006 Strategic Plan Received/Updated ’07 Reviewed in ‘08

Non-Meeting Publications
NN January 2005 - Special article on CONTE

Student Support
2008 Student Conference; 2008 National Meetings

Division’s Commitment to YMG
YMG participates in Student Design Competition Representative to YMG