NE Grad Student Emily Frame wins best poster award at Phoenix Leader Education Program
Department of Nuclear Engineering Graduate student Emily Frame received the "Best Poster" award for her poster entitled, "Radiation and Radiation Detection: From Responding to Radiation Disasters to Saving Rhinos" at the 7th International Symposium of the Phoenix Leader Education Program for Renaissance from Radiation Disaster.
Emily, and fellow UCBNE graduate student Joanna Szornel were invited by the Phoenix program ot present and engage in panel discussions. UCBNE Professor Kai Vetter was also an invited keynote speaker at the Symposium, presenting a lecture entitled "Trans-disciplinary approaches to minimize the social impact of (radiation disasters)" at the Social Impacts and Challenges session on January 28.
(Emily Frame (left) receives her award from Professor Kenji Kamiya, Director of the Phoenix Program and Vice Chancellor of Hiroshima University and Fukushima Medical University)