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Five new members have been named to the Los Alamos National Laboratory Employees’ Scholarship Fund Advisory Committee.
Rebecca Chamberlin, Nuclear Forensics Scientist and Nonproliferation Program Manager at LANL who has served on the committee for four years, will be chair. The committee selects the recipients of more than $400,000 in scholarship awards each year, recruits in a seven-county area in Northern New Mexico for applicants and helps raise funds during the campaign. Members are laboratory employees and retirees and community donors. New members are:
• Greg Erpenbeck, a native Northern New Mexican who began his career at LANL in his senior year at New Mexico State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science in 1987. He joined LANL as a full-time member of the technical staff in 1998. He has been a donor to the scholarship fund since its inception. He is active in community life, coaching Little League baseball for five years and YMCA basketball for two years, organizing the Los Alamos Knights of Columbus scholarship fundraiser and working in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church’s youth ministry program. As the father of a toddler, he said he has a strong interest in seeing the program thrive.
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