Professor Howard Hall

and his Nuclear Security research group



UT hosts Moroccan delegation on nuclear security curricula

UT’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy and the UT Institute for Nuclear Security hosted a delegation of six leading academics from Morocco on January 30, 2013, at the Baker Center.  The Moroccan delegation is visiting several US universities as part of an exchange on developing nuclear security curricula within the university environment.

Professor Hall in a rare coat and tie sighting.

Professor Hall in a rare coat and tie sighting.

Following the exchange meeting, the Moroccan delegation participated in the UT Nuclear Engineering colloquium.  Following their visit to UT, they will next go to North Carolina State University, the ANS Conference on Nuclear Training and Education (in Jacksonville, Florida), the University of Texas at Austin, and the University of Georgia.

Participants in the INS-Morocco exchange meeting.  From left to right:  Sayouty El Hassan, Scott Bruce, Howard Hall, Nathan Rowe, Natalie Manayeva, Bill Toth, Steve Skutnik, Tom Handler, Amina Kharchaf (kneeling), Jeremy Townsend, Lahoussine Erradi, Tarek El Bardouni (kneeling), Oum Keltoum Hakam, Joe Stainback, Teresa McKinney, and Oum Keltoum Bouhelal.

Participants in the INS-Morocco exchange meeting. From left to right: El Hassan Sayouty (Mor.), Scott Bruce (CRDF), Howard Hall (UT), Nathan Rowe (ORNL), Natalie Manayeva (UT), Bill Toth (ORNL), Steve Skutnik (UT), Tom Handler (UT), Amina Kharchaf (Mor., kneeling), Jeremy Townsend (UT), Lahoussine Erradi (Mor.), Tarek El Bardouni (Mor., kneeling), Oum Keltoum Hakam (Mor.), Joe Stainback (Y-12), Teresa McKinney (ORNL), and Oum Keltoum Bouhelal (Mor.).

 


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