Braden Goddard, a NSSPI doctoral student, has been chosen to receive a $5000 scholarship from the Roy G. Post Foundation on March 9th 2010 at the Waste Management 2010 (WM2010) Awards Luncheon to be held in Phoenix, AZ. Goddard received his B.S. and M.S. in Nuclear Engineering from Texas A&M University and is currently working with Dr. Charlton on a research project to quantitatively verify the mass of a multi actinide mixture using non-destructive methods. The Roy G. Post Foundation (named after a former Arizona Professor) was created to support students and encourage them to enter the field of Nuclear Waste Management.