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Nuclear Security Science and Technology Consortium (NSSTC) at UNLV

Creating the next generation of world-class STEM workforce.

About the NSSTC

The Nuclear Security Science and Technology Consortium (NSSTC) at UNLV is a consortium based team funded by the National Nuclear Security Administration through the Minority Serving Institution Partnership Program (MSIPP). The goal of the consortium is to design and build a sustainable pipeline between the Department of Energy’s (DOE) sites/labs and minority-serving institutions, thus creating the next generation world-class STEM workforce.

Nuclear science and security experts at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, University of Illinois at Chicago, University of New Mexico, Nevada National Security Site, Los Alamos National Laboratory and Argonne National Laboratory have partnered to address overarching themes within the topical research area of Nuclear Security. The NSSTC provides students with practical experience and training through research projects and experiential learning.


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University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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