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New ORAU website streamlines design, focuses on core capabilities

ORAU is pleased to announce the redesign and relaunch of its website,

The website relaunch features a clean, sleek, modern design that uses everyday language to communicate about often difficult to understand subjects, like workplace safety culture and the assessment of radiation dose during nuclear decommissioning. The site has been optimized for mobile devices and is packed with videos, photos, infographics, iconography, and other features developed to help tell the ORAU story in a way that is relevant and focused on the work we’re doing for our customers.

“Telling the story of ORAU is about more than just our capabilities. Our existing customers and partners, potential customers and the public want to know more about our people, why we do what we do, and how we impact the communities where we do business. This website redesign reflects all of that,” said Andy Page, ORAU president and CEO.

The website navigation is based primarily on our areas of expertise, including research partnerships, public health and healthcare, K-12 STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education, workforce solutions, technology products and solutions, environmental services, epidemiology and exposure sciences, and so much more. Top-level navigation also includes a focus on our history and leadership, the latest news, and careers at ORAU.

“Our website is updated for the work we’re doing today and will continue to be updated with new content to deliver a truly informative and relevant user experience for years to come,” Page said. 

ORAU Media Contacts and Information

About ORAU

ORAU, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, provides science, health, and workforce solutions that address national priorities and serve the public interest. Through our specialized teams of experts and access to a consortium of more than 150 major Ph.D.-granting institutions, ORAU works with federal, state, local, and commercial customers to provide innovative scientific and technical solutions and help advance their missions. ORAU manages the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).

Media Contacts

Pam BoneeDirector, CommunicationsCell: (865) 603-5142
Wendy WestManager, CommunicationsCell: (865) 207-7953