Twitter | February 22, 2022: Tweet from DOE Environmental Management about the Gone Fission Podcast in celebration of Black History Month. The podcast showcases Black history with vignettes about Black scientists who participated in the early history of atomic energy. Michael Butler interviews Dr. Harold Conner, the first African-American chemical engineering graduate of the University of Tennessee who went on to become the site manager of the world’s largest uranium enrichment complex.
In celebration of #BlackHistoryMonth, check out vignettes about scientists who participated in the early history of atomic energy in this Gone Fission Nuclear Report podcast.https://t.co/BvYP214jct
— DOE Environmental Management (@EMcleanup) February 22, 2022