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As a student chapter of the Institute for Nuclear Materials Management, INMM@UW supports the mission of ensuring the safe, secure and peaceful stewardship of nuclear materials for all mankind. As a Registered Student Organization at the University of Washington, we will work to unite students, faculty, and community shareholders with industry professionals to support this mission. We will engage students and faculty from STEM disciplines, international relations, public policy, public health, environmental science, political science, and foreign languages departments to reflect the diversity and needs of the nuclear field.

Talk: How are Nuclear Materials Monitored?

On Thursday February 23rd, Senior Nonproliferation Advisor Mark Schanfein from PNNL will give a talk about safely monitoring nuclear materials, an important problem that will need to be addressed in order to support any further nuclear development. Come hear from … Continue reading

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Info Session

Thanks to all who came out February 8th!

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November Event: Fields of Plenty

The Other MAD: Mathematical Assessment of Damage & the Spiral in Cold War Nuclear Stockpiles November 19 at 6PM UW’s Physics & Astronomy Building, Room C520 Featuring Dr. Halvor Undem & internship information presented by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Ryan … Continue reading

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October Event: 5 Minutes to Midnight

Death, Destruction and Deterrence: Grave Concerns  On October 29th at 5:30 INMM@UW presents Dr. Robert Butterworth In keeping with the Halloween theme of the month, our subject matter is the scariest thing we can think of…the prospect of nuclear war. … Continue reading

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