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GNEII Graduation and Symposium

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May 2013

The Gulf Nuclear Energy Infrastructure Institute (GNEII) concluded its third year with a graduation ceremony and two-day symposium on nuclear safety, security, and safeguards held at the Abu Dhabi campus of Khalifa University on May 19th-20th.  The 20 fellows who participated in the program this year represented the largest graduating class for GNEII since its inception.  This year's fellows came from across the Gulf Cooperation Council states, specifically from the UAE, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia.  The symposium was opened by Ambassador Michael H. Corbin, the US Ambassador to the UAE, and was attended by representatives from Khalifa University, the US Department of State, Texas A&M University, and Sandia National Labs.  The Texas A&M College of Engineering was represented by Dr. Kenneth Hall, and NSSPI was represented by its deputy director, Dr...  Read More

 
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