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Intern Expo and Award Ceremony

August 10, 2016

By INL Media Relations

INL News Release
Aug.10, 2016

Sarah Robertson, 208-520-1651, [email protected]
Jamie Cookson, 907-632-1155, [email protected]

Over 100 interns from across the U.S. to highlight summer projects

IDAHO FALLS – Interns at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Idaho National Laboratory will present information on the work they accomplished over the summer during an expo and awards ceremony on Thursday, Aug. 11.

This year boasts more participants than last year’s expo, with approximately 100 of INL’s 350 interns expected to participate. It will be held at the Energy Innovation Laboratory (EIL) meeting center, which will be open access to the public. INL interns span educational levels from high school students to university undergraduate and graduate students. Over the summer, interns worked alongside researchers who specialize in a variety of fields ranging from geothermal energy to computational modeling, nuclear science and technology.

INL also will recognize the Mentor of the Year, an award given to an employee who has done an exceptional job working with students. Seven awards will be handed out, including first place in four expo categories, best digital/graphic, best technical presentation, and best overall expo entry.

What: Intern Expo and award ceremony
When: Thursday, Aug. 11; 1 p.m. awards ceremony; expo immediately following
Where: Energy Innovation Laboratory Meeting Center, located at the south end of EIL, 775 University Blvd., Idaho Falls


About Idaho National Laboratory

Battelle Energy Alliance manages INL for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Nuclear Energy. INL is the nation’s center for nuclear energy research and development, celebrating 75 years of scientific innovations in 2024. The laboratory performs research in each of DOE’s strategic goal areas: energy, national security, science and the environment. 

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Posted August 10, 2016

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