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Honors: Charlotta Sanders
Charlotta Sanders (Mechanical Engineering) and her husband, Mark Callis Sanders, recently received the American Chemical Society’s Energy and Fuels Division Distinguished Service Medal (Peter Derrick Memorial Medal) in recognition of their contribution to the division. The award was presented to the Sanders to acknowledge their efforts in organizing a one-day energy symposium on “Reducing America’s Carbon Emissions through Nuclear Power — Policy Perspectives” as part of the 255th American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition in New Orleans in March.
Speakers included Robert Coward, president of the American Nuclear Society; Matt Crozat of the Nuclear Energy Institute; Frederick Smith of the Electric Power Research Institute; Ian Salter of Burges Salmon; Magda Hanebach of Gowling WLG; and Mark Sanders. Wrapping up the day’s events was a panel discussion focusing on the environmental benefits of nuclear power and its ability to provide a stable and secure supply of energy.
Charlotta Sanders is a part-time associate research professor of nuclear engineering, while Mark Sanders, is a director at the consulting firm Sanders Engineering.
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