ORAU

AcronymDefinition
ORAUOak Ridge Associated Universities
ORAUOxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit (University of Oxford laboratory; Oxford, England, UK)
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Hosting a middle school math competition of this scale would be impossible without the continuing support of ORAU,' said Jonathon Lamb, Pellissippi State math professor.
More and more schools around the region are providing extracurricular programs for mathematically gifted middle school students,' said Dean Evasius, ORAU vice president and director of Science Education Programs.
Prior to joining ORAU he served as Commandant for the Air Force Institute of Technology Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
Established in 1946, ORAU members are found in 28 states, plus the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the United Kingdom.
On Thursday evening, at a career fair at ORAU in Oak Ridge, more than a dozen recruiters from advanced manufacturing companies were on hand to talk to any of those interns who were ready to move into the workforce.
ORAU will support the OUP s task by offering independent and objective expert reviews to make sure applicants to OUP s solicitations have the ability to create high-quality scientific and engineering knowledge and products, as part of this agreement.
ORAU President and Chief Executive Officer Andy Page said: ORAU maintains a long, credible history of working as a leading federal contractor and is poised to continue to deliver consistent performance, agility and responsiveness to the Department of Homeland Security.