Argonne National Laboratory

Workplace pipeline

Olympics of the mindSeptember 5, 2017

The Argonne Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) High School Research Program, is a mentorship program supported by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory. Argonne’s volunteer mentors work closely with African-American students to help them compete in the national ACT-SO competition, hone their research skills and even help to boost their confidence to strive for more.

High-schooler solves college-level security puzzle from Argonne, sparks interest in careerApril 5, 2017

15-year-old Jocelyn Murray and her classmates solved a series of college-level cyber puzzles. This weekend they had a front row seat to watch college-level competitors who are older and more experienced defend their networks from constant attack.

Argonne hosts 15th annual Introduce a Girl to Engineering DayMarch 2, 2017

IGED is a diversity outreach program designed to provide 8th-grade girls an opportunity to learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers. Students are assigned to engineer and scientist mentors who accompany the girls throughout the day's scheduled activities.

Kawtar Hafidi named director of Physics DivisionJanuary 23, 2017

Argonne associate chief scientist Kawtar Hafidi has been named the laboratory’s next physics division director.

Elia MerzariJuly 12, 2016

Principal Nuclear Engineer

Jerome LinMay 10, 2016

Postdoctoral Appointee

Louise LernerMarch 8, 2016

Science Writer

Joshua LyleDecember 8, 2015

Intern

Peter FriedmanSeptember 25, 2015

Systems Administrator

MeV Summer School prepares next-generation nuclear scientistsSeptember 15, 2015

The Modeling, Experimentation and Validation, or MeV, Summer School is an annual 10-day program that provides early-career nuclear engineers with advanced studies in modeling, experimentation and validation of nuclear reactor design.