Welcome to the website for the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management, University of Washington Student Chapter!
The purpose of the Institute for Nuclear Materials Management is to advance nuclear materials management, promote research in this field, establish standards, improve the qualifications and usefulness of those employed in this field, and increase and disseminate information of nuclear materials management. This Chapter has been formed to provide:
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How does INMM at UW fulfill this purpose?
Who might be interested in participating?
Any student with an interest in nuclear nonproliferation, arms control, disarmament, nuclear power, or any nuclear-related field can participate in INMM at UW activities. Students interested in policy, science, and engineering are all encouraged to participate.
Many of our members take courses from the Institute for Global and Regional Security Studies, a collaboration between the Jackson School and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. See their website for more information.
Is there a membership fee?
While there is no membership fee for the UW student chapter, a student membership in the INMM parent organization is strongly suggested. There is a $20 fee to join INMM as a student. See INMM's student information.
There may be costs to participate in certain events, such as trips to nuclear facilities, but most events are free.
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What does INMM do?
Mission statement from the website of the Institute for Nuclear Materials Management:
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The Institute of Nuclear Materials Management was formed in 1958 to encourage: