October 17th – 21st, 2022
Ann Arbor, Michigan
More information about the week coming soon!
Thank you to the 2021 Nuclear Science Week Partners & Sponsors! And congratulations to this year's award recipients:
2021 Visionary Award Recipient
Senator John Barrasso (R), Wyoming
Senator Barrasso has been a central figure in a bi-partisan effort to ensure the long life of the current fleet of nuclear generations, as well as being a proponent of the development of a new generation of clean, carbon-free generation through small modular reactors and micro reactors. A long-time supporter of the nuclear industry, Senator Barrasso is the 3rd ranking Republican in the US Senate.
2021 Nuclear Lifetime Achievement Award
Department of Energy and NASA
In recognition of the 60 years of coordination and cooperation to utilize nuclear energy in space exploration and advancement of planetary research and discovery. Award accepted by Dr. Kathryn Huff, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy at the US Department of Energy and Dr. Lori Glaze, Director of Science Missions, Directorate of Planetary Science Division for NASA.
Celebrate Nuclear Science Week With Free Educational Tools + STEM Resources
- Kid-hosted interviews
- Sustainable energy
- Math + Physics
- Space exploration
- Plus more...
Tuesday, Oct. 19 | 5:30–8pm
The Observatory at America’s Square
Welcome event for Sponsors & Partners. Live music, food & drinks and rooftop views of the U.S. Capitol.
Wednesday, Oct. 20 | 5:30–8:30pm
Evening off the hill
Dockmaster Building at the Wharf
No RSVP Required
Join us for an immersive experience into the world of nuclear science and discover what it means to Think Clean. Think Solutions. Think Nuclear. Enjoy live music, food & cocktails, lively conversation and spectacular views of the Washington Channel.