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AREVA to Honor Engineering Leadership, Innovation
AREVA TN Americas and UNC Charlotte's William States Lee College of Engineering are partnering to recognize engineering and innovation in the Carolinas this fall through "Honoring our Legacy: Preparing Tomorrow’s Leaders."
Mike McMahon, senior vice president of AREVA TN Americas, noted, "We are dedicated to investing in the development of engineers in order to ensure the strength of the nuclear industry in the future. AREVA TN has invested in the industrial base in the Carolinas and continues to invest in the growth of a strong pool of talented young engineers who will be vital to shaping the future of energy in our nation."