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NE Colloquium: Sarah Pruett

Title: "Export Control Considerations for Nuclear Engineers."

Abstract
Export control is a regulatory area that is designed to protect both our research community and our national interests. The regulations go far beyond whether or not we can ship something across a border. From the perspective of export control, exports can happen without moving at all. Taking a closer look at the details of export control can help you be a more effective researcher and make it easier to understand the rules for participating in research and development activities. In this seminar, we will discuss the fundamental research exclusion, who can participate in export controlled research, and the necessary protections for projects that are export controlled within the context of nuclear engineering.

Bio
Sarah Pruett started in her current position with the Office of Research and Engagement in 2019. Pruett provides oversight of research conflict of interest as well as the export control program. She also coordinates the Institutional Official for Human Research Protection Program and Institutional Review Board, as well as serves as the Research Integrity Officer and the Designated Official for Institutional Biosafety Committee. She is a signatory official for radioactive materials licenses and permits for Radiation Safety; and promotes a culture of responsible and ethical research on campus through Responsible Conduct of Research training and outreach programs.

Dial-In Information

Zoom Meeting ID: 933 9681 2886
Password: 743022

Wednesday, April 7 at 1:30pm to 2:30pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Lectures & Presentations

Topic

Engineering

Audience

Current Students, Faculty & Staff, Alumni, Prospective Students

Tags

NE Colloquium, NE Spring 2021

Department
Nuclear Engineering
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