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Applications for Leadership Oak Ridge Now Being Accepted

Leadership Oak Ridge (LOR) and the Oak Ridge Chamber of Commerce are excited to announce that they are accepting nominations for the Leadership Oak Ridge Class of 2023. Sessions begin in August, and class size is limited. Click here to submit nominations today. Deadline for nominations is August 1, 2022.

Pro2Serve Board Names Browder and DeGraff to Executive Leadership Positions

The Board of Directors of Professional Project Services, Inc. (Pro2Serve), a national security engineering and information solutions firm, today announced they have appointed Sherry Browder as Chief Executive Officer and President of the Company effective July 1st. The Pro2Serve Board has also appointed, effective July 1st, Mark DeGraff to the position of Chief Development Officer, responsible for leading new business pursuits and business development support functions.

Crews Begin Tearing Down Next High-Risk Y-12 Building

EM crews started tearing down a 1940s-era facility this month at the Y-12 National Security Complex in the latest project to address a large inventory of high-risk excess contaminated facilities on the Oak Ridge Reservation.

More Than 100 People Attend Oak Ridge Meeting on Proposed Disposal Facility

More than 100 people attended a May 17 public meeting on the Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management’s (OREM) proposed onsite disposal facility. The meeting was part of a new phase of public outreach OREM recently launched for the proposed Environmental Management Disposal Facility (EMDF)

UCOR Boosts Grants for Region’s STEM Education

This year, UCOR gave $40,000 in grants for 38 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) projects in 28 regional schools. It marked the largest amount the company has awarded since it began its grants program 10 years ago. It also reflects an increase in the dollar amount for the three award categories: $750 for individual classroom projects, $1,000 for multi-classroom projects and $1,500 for whole school projects.