What is ΑΝΣ? 

The Alpha Nu Sigma  Society is a constituency of the American Nuclear Society whose aim is to recognize high scholarship, integrity, and potential achievement in applied nuclear science and nuclear engineering by means of membership in the society.

Eligibility

It is required that candidates for membership in Alpha Nu Sigma must be enrolled in a program to pursue an academic degree in an applied-nuclear-science, nuclear-engineering, or nuclear-engineering-option curriculum.

The Penn State chapter of Alpha Nu Sigma declares that Juniors shall be eligible if they rank in the top quarter of their class. Seniors shall be eligible if they rank in the top third of their class. Graduate students must also be in the top third of their class, as well as have completed 12 graduate credits not including research credits, to become members-elect. Faculty members shall also be eligible for membership in Alpha Nu Sigma.

The Penn State chapter of Alpha Nu Sigma defines one's class to be those students enrolled as Nuclear Engineering majors (including dual majors). Students who are not in the Nuclear Engineering program but still feel they are eligible should contact the faculty advisor of the Penn State ΑΝΣ chapter.

Those students who are members of the Nuclear Engineering Program and are deemed eligible will be notified by either the faculty advisor or a student representative of the Penn State chapter of the Alpha Nu Sigma Society.

Officers


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The Penn State chapter of Alpha Nu Sigma has the following officers for Fall 2016 - Spring 2017:

Tyler CousinsPresidenttjc5503@psu.edu
Patrick CampbellVice Presidentpec5079@psu.edu
Hunter ThompsonTreasurerhwt5091@psu.edu
Adrian LeandroSecretaryaml5803@psu.edu
Dr. Marek FlaskaFaculty Advisormxf5309@engr.psu.edu