Applications are now being received by the Oak Ridge School of Reactor Technology for enrollment in the 1951–52 session, beginning September 10, 1951. This School was established at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in March of 1950 under sponsorship of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Its purpose is to train engineers and scientists in the field of reactor theory and technology, in preparation for their employment in this field by the AEC or its contractors.

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