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Members - All living Alumni of the Program and faculty and staff of the Program or RSEC who are PSU Alumni and who have indicated a desire to be a member of PSNES are automatically members. In the context of this Article, "Alumni of the Program" is defined as 1) graduates of the Program, 2) all persons who have received a bachelor or advanced degree from PSU involving nuclear engineering technology, or 3) all students who have completed one semester or two terms of work in any University program involving nuclear engineering technology requiring at least two years of completion or as part of an accredited post-graduate program.
Associate Members - Penn State Alumni who are not nuclear engineering graduates or currently enrolled University students (full or part-time) involved in nuclear engineering technology programs who desire to become a member of PSNES can do so by either self-nomination or submission of a written nomination to a PSNES Officer.
Non-Alumni friends of the University, including faculty, staff members, and others who wish to join PSNES as Associate Members can do so by either self-nomination via the PSNES website or submission of a written nomination to a PSNES Officer.
Honorary Members - When appropriate, the Board of Directors may designate non-alumni as Honorary Members in recognition of acknowledged eminence in some area of engineering or who have rendered outstanding service to the Program or RSEC. Honorary Membership requires approval by a majority vote of the Board of Directors.
Members shall have the following rights and privileges: 1) vote on all Society elections (including Constitution changes), hold office in the Society, and 3) be eligible to receive all Society communications and attend Society events. Associate and Honorary members shall be accorded the privileges of membership in the Society except they may not hold office in the Society or vote in Society elections.