Source: ETEC | Podcasts | February 8, 2022 |
Here are 2 links to podcasts you might be interested in. One is Research Park Chronicles, produced by the UT Research Park at Cherokee Farms and the other is called, ‘Gone Fission’ and was created to communicate the impressive accomplishments of the Department’s Environmental Management (EM) program. The links are below.
Podcast #1: Gone Fission Nuclear Report
The latest episode of the ‘Gone Fission Nuclear Report’ podcast is devoted to Black History Month, a time to honor the contributions and legacy of Black Americans across U.S. history and society.
The podcast is a “one-stop source” for all the latest news in the Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management (DOE-EM) program across the nation.
The episode revisited an interview with Dr. Harold Conner, the first Black chemical engineering graduate from the University of Tennessee, who went on to become the site manager of the K-25 Gaseous Diffusion Plant at the Oak Ridge Reservation and a top executive at UCOR.
Podcast #2: Research Park Chronicles
Check out the trailer for the new podcast channel, ‘Research Park Chronicles’! New episodes will be released on the 5th of each month, starting with the 1ST EPISODE on February 5th, 2022, on Spotify, Overcast, and Apple Podcasts.