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Graduate Fellow Feature: Josh Cunningham

He is a participant in the NNSA Graduate Fellowship Program, a unique opportunity for recent graduates to join the Nuclear Security Enterprise.

Graduate Fellow Feature: Josh Cunningham 2018-12-04T13:09:20+00:00

Finish line in sight for mid-level NNSA leaders-in-training

A successful leader within the Nuclear Security Enterprise needs to possess certain qualities: dedication, intelligence, reliability, and an intimate familiarity with the inner workings of NNSA. All of the Mid-level Leadership Development Program (MLDP) participants embody the first three and are currently working on the fourth. The yearlong program grooms future leaders by developing important [...]

Finish line in sight for mid-level NNSA leaders-in-training 2018-11-28T13:09:25+00:00

NNSA explores unsolved mysteries of science: how do black holes work?

You are here Home » NNSA explores unsolved mysteries of science: how do black holes work? Black hole GIF  From the massive expanse of outer space to the infinitesimal world of subatomic particles, humankind has relentlessly searched for answers. When an answer leads to more questions, we plunge onward, in perpetual pursuit of knowledge and [...]

NNSA explores unsolved mysteries of science: how do black holes work? 2018-11-23T13:09:32+00:00

Graduate Fellow Feature: Dr. Bella King

The NNSA Graduate Fellowship Program (NGFP) is a unique opportunity for recent graduates to join the Nuclear Security Enterprise. These full-time, salaried positions offer a year of specialized, on-the-job training and the chance to tackle real-world challenges in one of NNSA’s program offices. Fellows develop technical and leadership skills to launch their careers with a [...]

Graduate Fellow Feature: Dr. Bella King 2018-11-21T13:10:39+00:00

NNSA deploys its first counter-unmanned aircraft system

More and more often, it’s not a bird or a plane, but unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) seen flying overhead in our nation’s airspace. The increasing prevalence of UAS, often referred to as drones, pose a potential threat to national security sites across the country. To mitigate any malicious aerial intruders at NNSA’s sites, the Office [...]

NNSA deploys its first counter-unmanned aircraft system 2018-11-19T13:09:24+00:00

National Lab-sponsored education free-for-all

You are here Home » National Lab-sponsored education free-for-all NNSA’s National Laboratories contribute in big and important ways – enhancing nuclear security across our Nation and around the world. They also make a difference on a smaller scale that may be just as vital for a safe and prosperous future. They inspire children to love [...]

National Lab-sponsored education free-for-all 2018-11-16T13:11:51+00:00

DOE and NNSA leaders kindle career aspirations at fireside chat

You are here Home » DOE and NNSA leaders kindle career aspirations at fireside chat (from left) Policy Advisor Emily Singer moderates a leadership panel with Deputy Secretary Dan Brouillette and NNSA Administrator Lisa Gordon-Hagerty.  The recent fireside chat in Department of Energy/NNSA (DOE/NNSA) headquarters in Washington, D.C. offered more than enough insightful advice to spark [...]

DOE and NNSA leaders kindle career aspirations at fireside chat 2018-11-14T13:09:54+00:00

An NNSA employee salute: Thank you for your service

The challenging missions of NNSA require a highly-skilled and truly dedicated team of physicists, engineers, accountants, analysts, technicians and more. Many team members spend decades of their lives committed to preserving our nation’s security in a variety of ways. When one of our own reaches a major career milestone, we take the opportunity to say, [...]

An NNSA employee salute: Thank you for your service 2018-11-09T13:09:04+00:00