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Idaho National Laboratory recognized for efforts to hire veterans

January 9, 2023

Idaho National Laboratory has earned a 2022 HIRE Vets Medallion Gold Award from the U.S. Department of Labor for its efforts to hire, retain and provide professional development opportunities for veterans. INL earned this honor for the first time in...

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INL ranks #14 in nation among best places to work for women,...

December 19, 2022

The laboratory also earned multiple Best in Class awards for various inclusive employment categories. Diversity MBA, a national leadership organization that integrates diversity and inclusion with talent management, ranked Idaho National Laboratory  No. 14 in the nation for Best Places to Work...

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Spence Carter receives professional society ‘5 Under 35’ award

October 12, 2022

For Spence Carter, fire protection engineer at Idaho National Laboratory’s Advanced Test Reactor, what he does is more about people than property.  “It’s about buying people time,” he said. “Our job is to assess hazards and put protections in place...

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Two INL leaders recognized by Idaho Business Review’s ‘Accomplished Under 40’

June 7, 2022

Each year, Idaho Business Review awards 40 people who have demonstrated exceptional work ethic and leadership in both government and private sector organizations with the title “Accomplished Under 40.” Each of the individuals exemplify professional achievement, leadership, mentorship and community...

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Deputy CIO honored as Modern-Day Technology Leader

February 25, 2022

Diedra Hollins, Idaho National Laboratory’s deputy chief information officer, was honored on Feb. 18 at the 2022 Black Engineer of the Year STEM conference as a Modern-Day Technology Leader.   “Hollins’ numerous achievements in technology stood out among the group,” said...

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INL’s Voluntary Protection Program achieves 20-year milestone

July 14, 2021

The program looks to mentor companies to become Star facilities. Idaho National Laboratory’s Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) is currently undergoing an extensive review process to maintain its Star status – the highest designation the Department of Energy (DOE) uses to...

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INL Fuel Cycle Strategy lead Monica Regalbuto named ANS Fellow

July 12, 2021

Monica Regalbuto Over three decades in the United States nuclear industry, Monica Regalbuto has worn many different hats: researcher, manager and policymaker. In recognition of her accomplishments, Regalbuto was recently named a Fellow of the American Nuclear Society, the highest...

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Prestigious U.S. Department of Energy awards recognize Idaho National Laboratory staff

March 1, 2021

More than a dozen Idaho National Laboratory employees were recognized in January through the U.S. Department of Energy’s most prestigious awards program. Announced annually, the Secretary’s Honor Awards recognize some of the greatest achievements for the year throughout the entire...

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Researchers develop pitching skills in ‘Baby Shark Tank’

October 27, 2020

When it came time to craft a technology to talk about in the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) Annual Pitch Event, Idaho National Laboratory Visualization Researcher Xingyue Yang’s thoughts turned to stories from California about the fires raging there....

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Two from INL named ‘Accomplished Under 40’

September 21, 2020

Two women from Idaho National Laboratory are being honored this year as “Accomplished Under 40” by the Idaho Business Review. Shannon Havins Shannon Havins, identity and access management lead, and Michelle Crane, a program manager in Business Management, both received...

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