Miguel Morales, Forrest Doss, Dylan Spaulding and Laura Berzak Hopkins presented at the 2010 program review and became the first class of fellows to complete the DOE NNSA SSGF.

Students involved in the Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration Stewardship Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE NNSA SSGF) program are part of an innovative group charged with advancing our understanding of areas important to stewardship science: high energy density physics, nuclear science, and materials under extreme conditions and hydrodynamics. An annual program review makes it possible for these future leaders to get together, share ideas with peers, meet academic and DOE leaders in their field, and discover research opportunities available at DOE NNSA laboratories.

About the 2010 Program Review

The fourth-annual program review was held June 20-22 at the Washington Court Hotel in Washington D.C. The event featured presentations by fourth year fellows, thought-provoking keynote and policy speakers, a unique opportunity for DOE NNSA laboratories to showcase their research and employment opportunities, a fellows poster session and contest, and a myriad of opportunities to network as a community of program fellows, alumni, academic faculty and laboratory researchers.