IAEA nuclear management school kicks off in Texas

The International Atomic Energy Agency’s Nuclear Energy Management School is under way in the U.S.

After successful sessions in Italy, Japan, and the UAE, the three week program kicked off last week at the Nuclear Power Institute affiliated with Texas A&M University. The school, which runs until April 5, hosts 24 participants from countries around the world including Argentina, Brazil, China, Ghana, Malaysia, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, UK, Uruguay, and the U.S. The school is part of the IAEA’s ongoing effort to address management challenges in the nuclear energy industry by giving young nuclear professionals, ages 28 to 45, educational experience in an international context.

Participants are selected specifically for managerial potential in industry, academia, government and public sector entities.

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