Tagged ‘Mikey Kelk’
Strategically Placed: Matt Dodds - April 22, 2009
I’m currently on my first nucleargraduate secondment based at the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority in Cumbria. I work in the Strategy department and have helped to develop the NDA’s Strategy Management System (SMS). I produce guidance documents for the various Strategic Authorities. These help our partners at the nuclear sites to develop their topic strategies. I’ve [...]
The Letter: March 09 - March 27, 2009
Hot off the press, the latest news about nucleargraduates
The Letter: Feb 09′ - March 19, 2009
Click below to read the latest updates from the scheme… The Letter: 0209
Keswick Science College: Lift off! - March 16, 2009
It’s been a busy month in Cumbria. Our new website has gone live, Lord Mandelson came up for the economic summit, and there have been lots and lots of deadlines, but I’ve still managed to squeeze in a lot of Footprints time. You might not know this but all the nucleargraduates must put 10%, or [...]
UKAYroc: He’s a Rocket Man! - March 11, 2009
Matt Dodds talks about meeting one half of the infamous Rocketmen… who you may remember from such stunts as Top Gears Reliant Robin Space Shuttle…
Physics World - March 7, 2009
Take a look at this article about nucleargraduates and footprints, written by Susie Hay and Mikey Kelk, published in Physics World, January 2009.
Did you miss us in the Times? - February 25, 2009
nucleargraduates featured in the Times http://tinyurl.com/atgcyo
Filming Rockets – Keswick School - February 23, 2009
Simon, Mikey and Matt worked with physics students at Keswick School and in March ’09 a film crew came from STEM to film their trial rocket launch. STEMNET will use this film to recruit new STEM Ambassadors in schools – or SEAs as they are called. Tony Gill and staff at the Stem Centre Cumbria [...]
Warming to Cumbria - February 5, 2009
nucleargraduate Mikey Kelk is used to living in sunny southern England, so how he adapt to the cold Cumbrian winter?
The best kept careers secret? - January 5, 2009
nucleargraduates… the best kept careers secret?