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DETAILS SCARCE IN SAVANNAH RIVER NATIONAL LAB COLLABORATIVE PROGRESS WITH USC AIKEN

Aiken Engineering | December 21, 2016

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Nine months have come and gone since the campus of USC Aiken was selected as the new home for the proposed Aiken Advanced Manufacturing Collaborative. Still, details remain scarce. The project was announced in March as a collaborative partnership between the Economic Development Partnership, Savannah River Site’s Savannah River National Laboratory, the U.S. Department of Energy and USC Aiken....

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NEW ELLENTON MIDDLE ART STUDENTS ENGINEER LASTING LEGACY FOR SCHOOL

Aiken Engineering | December 22, 2016

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Art students at New Ellenton Middle STEAM Magnet School recently learned the art of engineering. Using elements of engineering, including exploring, creating and testing, the students made two stained glass windows – each a mirror image of the other – featuring the school’s mascot, the Wolverine, in the school’s colors, green and gold....

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SAVANNAH RIVER SITE VETERAN NAMED TO WIPP LEADERSHIP POSITION

Aiken Engineering | December 31, 2016

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The nation’s repository for transuranic nuclear waste is set to reopen in the coming days, and a new member of its leadership will bring a Savannah River Site background to the table. The Department of Energy announced Wednesday that Jeffrey Carswell will take on the role of deputy manager of the Carlsbad Field Office, the U.S. Energy Department organization that runs the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, or WIPP, near Carlsbad, New Mexico....

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AIKEN CITY COUNCIL TO RECEIVE INFRASTRUCTURE UPDATES

Aiken Engineering | December 12, 2016

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Aiken City Council will hear an infrastructure update from New Public Works Director Michelle Jones during a 5 p.m. work session prior to Council's regularly scheduled 7 p.m. meeting Monday. One of Council's major directives upon hiring City Manager John Klimm was to develop and implement a proactive plan addressing Aiken's infrastructure. Jones, with City Engineer George Grinton will give an overview of this proactive plan during the 5 p.m. work session....

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DETAILS SCARCE IN SAVANNAH RIVER NATIONAL LAB COLLABORATIVE PROGRESS WITH USC AIKEN

Aiken Engineering | December 21, 2016

Nine months have come and gone since the campus of USC Aiken was selected as the new home for the proposed Aiken Advanced Manufacturing Collaborative. Still, details remain scarce. The project was announced in March as a collaborative partnership between the Economic Development Partnership, Savannah River Site’s Savannah River National Laboratory, the U.S. Department of Energy and USC Aiken....

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NEW ELLENTON MIDDLE ART STUDENTS ENGINEER LASTING LEGACY FOR SCHOOL

Aiken Engineering | December 22, 2016

Art students at New Ellenton Middle STEAM Magnet School recently learned the art of engineering. Using elements of engineering, including exploring, creating and testing, the students made two stained glass windows – each a mirror image of the other – featuring the school’s mascot, the Wolverine, in the school’s colors, green and gold....

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SAVANNAH RIVER SITE VETERAN NAMED TO WIPP LEADERSHIP POSITION

Aiken Engineering | December 31, 2016

The nation’s repository for transuranic nuclear waste is set to reopen in the coming days, and a new member of its leadership will bring a Savannah River Site background to the table. The Department of Energy announced Wednesday that Jeffrey Carswell will take on the role of deputy manager of the Carlsbad Field Office, the U.S. Energy Department organization that runs the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, or WIPP, near Carlsbad, New Mexico....

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AIKEN CITY COUNCIL TO RECEIVE INFRASTRUCTURE UPDATES

Aiken Engineering | December 12, 2016

Aiken City Council will hear an infrastructure update from New Public Works Director Michelle Jones during a 5 p.m. work session prior to Council's regularly scheduled 7 p.m. meeting Monday. One of Council's major directives upon hiring City Manager John Klimm was to develop and implement a proactive plan addressing Aiken's infrastructure. Jones, with City Engineer George Grinton will give an overview of this proactive plan during the 5 p.m. work session....

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