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Chirayath Facilitates Nuclear Security Train-the-Trainer Workshop in Jordan

September 1, 2016

 TEES Nuclear Security Science and Policy Institute (NSSPI) Director Dr. Sunil Chirayath traveled to Amman, Jordan from August 14 to 18 to facilitate a train-the-trainer workshop in nuclear security aimed at raising awareness among both the technical and administration staff members of the new Jordan Research and Training Reactor (JRTR). The JRTR is a research reactor on the campus of the Jordan University of Science and Technology intended to educate the upcoming generation of nuclear engineers and scientists in Jordan, as well as to produce radioisotopes.  This workshop ...
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Jordanians Visit NSSPI to Develop Nuclear Security Culture Curriculum

April 15, 2016

Dr. Salaheddin Malkawi and Mr. Abdallah Abdallat from Jordan visited NSSPI from March 21-25 to discuss nuclear security culture training and education. Jordan is building its first nuclear reactor, the Jordan Research and Training Reactor (JRTR), at the Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST). Abdallat is the security manager of the Nuclear Security Department JRTR and Dr. Malkawi is the chairman of the Department of Nuclear Engineering at JUST and is also the deputy director of the recently formed Jordan Nuclear Power Company.  The main objective of the visit was ...
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NSSPI Holds Graduation for PNS Summer Certificate in Nuclear Security Program

August 8, 2014

In July, NSSPI graduated its first class of students in the Summer Certificate in Nuclear Security Program. Sponsored by the US State Department's Partnership for Nuclear Security (PNS), the certificate program is an eight-week intensive course designed to produce nuclear professionals who will lead efforts to reduce the security risks associated with nuclear and radiological materials, while ensuring the peaceful use of nuclear energy is available to all. Participants earned academic credit by completing three university courses taught by NSSPI faculty. The program also included...
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