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The American Nuclear Society has awarded Rosa Marina "Sama" Bilbao y Léon (MS '95, PhD '99) its Public Communications Award for relentlessly sharing with the public her belief in and passion for all aspects of nuclear science and technology — locally, nationally and globally. Bilbao began her communication efforts while in Madison and continues them as founding public information officer of the North American Young Generation in Nuclear and an employee of Dominion Generation in Virginia.

Richard Ralph (BS '77) writes that he implemented the first spent-fuel storage-cask project for Exelon in Illinois, managing cask operations that removed all irradiated nuclear fuel from the decommissioned Dresden Unit 1 facility. The project placed Dresden Unit 1 in a dormant condition. Paul Bembnister (BS '78) was responsible for engineering support.

Do you have a new job, address, spouse or child? Please, let us know what good things are happening with your lives and careers—and we'll share it with EP alumni in this column.

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The Fusion Technology Institute maintains a web-based list of fusion alumni and their current employers; you can access it at fti.neep.wisc.edu/db-cgi/@grads. You also can send in updates through that webpage.


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