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Kitchen Fresh switched from its previous program because NAMA's program is flexible and easy to use. The program is designed to educate people about the products in vending machines that meet specific nutrition standards.
Asset Marketing Systems has received the President's Trophy Award from Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America because it ranked among the six highest in Allianz annuity and life production for last year.
Energy expert and former ANS President Gail Marcus writes landmark book, "Nuclear Firsts: Milestones on the Road to Nuclear Power Development," about technical evolution of nuclear power, which science teachers and students can use as a general educational tool.
Key leaders may want to attend NAMA-MSU's Executive Development Program Oct. 3-6 on the MSU campus in East Lansing to learn career leadership tools and skills and enjoy incredible networking opportunities. Register by Sept. 1 and save $300.
The 17th annual Utility Working Conference of the American Nuclear Society is being held this week, Aug. 8-11, at the Amelia Island Plantation in Florida. This gathering recognizes the importance of management and knowledge to the success of the nuclear industry.
NAMA has long recognized how important it is to offer healthy options to their vending customers and the organization believes the Healthy Choices Act is a great step in providing choices for customers to live better lives.
Hundreds of students from across the country are making plans to attend the nuclear science and technology industry's most important student event of the year, the American Nuclear Society (ANS) National Student Conference hosted by the University of Michigan Student Section of ANS. To be held April 8-11, the "Coming Together to Split the Atom" conference is the premier event for the young nuclear.