Partnerships for Innovation
The 2014 ORAU Annual Report highlights the impact ORAU is having on the scientific mission through our expertise and capabilities, our support of early-career researchers, and our strong performance on behalf of our customers.
At ORAU, we have a deep-rooted history of success in integrating our expertise, skills and resources to provide comprehensive solutions to support customers’ needs. In 2013, this had a positive impact not only on advancing the scientific mission, but also addressing needs in health, education and national security.
ORAU’s 2012 Annual Report recognizes the customers, employees, and partners that are strengthening the overall U.S. scientific mission and global competitiveness. Included in this report is a special section detailing our long-standing partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy and the 2012 activities and accomplishments of the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, which ORAU manages for DOE.
The 2011 ORAU Annual Report features a four-page spread highlighting the significant and cross-cutting support that ORAU provided for the March 2011 Japan earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis. Other accomplishments are detailed in a non-sectioned format to show the integration of our capabilities and the expertise and impact of ORAU as a whole.
ORAU's 2010 Annual eeport outlines a year of outstanding performance, unprecedented growth, and great achievements despite challenges of a tough economy, increased competition, and reduced federal budgets.
As beneficiaries of stronger communities, ORAU and its employees are invested in helping to build and strengthen them. Whether contributing to more secure local economies through annual giving campaigns or encouraging our employees to donate time to various volunteer initiatives, ORAU is committed to partnering with local and regional organizations to invest in and advance STEM education, economic development and other outreach activities in our community.
ORAU’s University Partnerships Office provides its 100+ member university consortium with varied opportunities for connecting university expertise with government agencies, research laboratories and private industries. These opportunities include grants for faculty travel to collaborate with scientists, grants to support conferences and workshops sponsored by member institutions, and research experiences provided by ORAU’s Science Education programs to thousands of teachers and students each year.