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At Argonne National Laboratory, we accelerate science and technology to ensure U.S. prosperity and security. Our Core Values provide the foundation for our success.
We think creatively, pursue innovative ideas, and deliver excellence to positively change our community, nation, and world.
We take personal responsibility for the safety, security, and well-being of ourselves, those around us, and our environment.
We embrace diversity, value the perspectives and contributions of others, and act professionally toward all.
Harassment of any kind is categorically unacceptable. Harassment is unwelcome conduct that is found to be offensive, regardless of the intentions of the person who initiates the conduct. It includes physical or verbal conduct or visual displays. Sexual and other forms of unlawful harassment may include slurs, jokes, statements, gestures, pictures, or cartoons regarding an employee's race, color, age, religion, gender, pregnancy, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, citizenship status, disability,veteran status, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law or executive order.
We are honest, keep our commitments, and take responsibility for our actions and their outcomes.
We include and inspire others, share and communicate openly, and celebrate success as one Argonne team.
By accepting the award of participant in the IAEA–Argonne Training Course Program, you are agreeing to comply with the obligation of attending all sessions. Any special requests regarding attendance must be submitted to [email protected] for approval at least one week prior to the start of the course.
During the course, if any unexpected circumstances occur that cause a participant to be late or absent, it is required to inform our office immediately. Failure to do so may result in cancellation of award and certificate of completion.
Note that all participants are required to stay at the lodging reserved by Argonne. Hotel reservations must not be altered or canceled. No exceptions will be granted.
Safety and security are always foremost at Argonne. Comments or jokes about the presence of explosives or weapons, or statements perceived as threatening are taken seriously and will be considered an actual threat. Employee and visitor vehicles are randomly selected to be searched upon entering the site.
It is not permissible to share course materials or virtual meeting links.
IAEA Programs at Argonne and our partnering institutions reserve the rights to use any photograph or video taken throughout the event.
By failing to notify IAEA Programs in writing of your desire to not have your photograph or video used by IAEA Programs, you are providing permission for IAEA Programs to use any photograph/video on their website, social media, publications or other media material produced including but not limited to: brochures, posters, newspaper articles, magazines, etc.
IAEA Programs at Argonne is proud to work within a diverse climate, partnering with global citizens from all different cultures. We are committed to promoting a diverse, equitable, inclusive and accessible environment in which differences among us are honored and respected. The future of peaceful uses of nuclear energy and technology depends on our ability to successfully engage with and amplify voices cross-culturally. Join us in listening to, learning from, and partnering with experts around the world. We target the WCAG 2.2 Draft Level AA standard for all public-facing web content.
We ask that all participants and speakers support this commitment.