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Alumnus Charles Miller Appointed to New NRC Office

Alumnus Charles Miller Appointed to New NRC Office

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has appointed chemical and biomolecular engineering alumnus Charles Miller the director of a new program office, tentatively called the Office of National Materials Program. Scheduled for an October launch, the new office will combine the Office of State and Tribal Programs (STP) with segments of the current Office of Nuclear Material Safety and Safeguards (NMSS), including the Division of Industrial and Medical Nuclear Safety, where Miller has served as director since 2003.

Miller has worked for the NRC since 1980, in positions involving reactor regulation, emergency preparedness and response, and materials regulation.

For the official press release, visit the NRC website. »

August 8, 2006

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