Welcome to the Atomic Badger, home of the American Nuclear Society, University of Wisconsin-Madison Chapter. This website hosts a record of some of our activities, contact information of our officers, and more. Please, explore and enjoy.
Officer Office Hours
The ANS executive officers will be holding office hours at the ANS closet in ECB. Here is the schedule:President: Kazi- Tuesday 9:30-11:30Vice President: Drew- Monday 1-3Public Information: Kelsey- Monday 11-1Communications: Jennie- Thursday 1:30-3:30Governor: McKinleigh- Tues/Thurs 12:30-1:30Governor: Garrett- Wednesday 12-1, Friday 2:30-3:30
President: Kazi AhmedVice-President: Drew NighTreasurer: Ian JentzPublic Information: Kelsey AmundsonCommunications: Jennie AylyngGovernors: Mckinleigh McCabe and Garrett Andrews
How to become an Active Member
In order to considered an active member of the Madison Student Chapter of the American Nuclear Society, membership dues need to be paid ($10 a semester or $15 for the academic year). These dues can be paid to the treasurer during the semester at any of the general meetings. Once your dues are paid, participation in events that are designated to earn active member points will allow you to receive the benefits of being an active member. These benefits include, but are not limited to: reduced T-shirt costs, reduced cost for social events (sometimes no cost for active members), funding for attending conferences, and the opportunity to win Captain Neutron.
After participating in an event that earns active member points, remember to submit those points by going to active member point submission under the Events and Outreach tab.
President: Kazi Ahmed
Vice-President: Drew Nigh
Treasurer: Ian Jentz
Public Information: Kelsey Amundson
Communications: Jennie Aylyng
Governors: Mckinleigh McCabe and Garrett Andrews
Remember to check out the Calendar to see what's coming up, or else follow UW-Madison ANS and the UW Nuclear Engineering Department on Facebook to stay up to date.
UW-Madison ANS has a web album, so feel free to check it out to see what's been going on that you may have missed.