As greenhouse gas policies are developed and implemented, and intermittent sources such as wind and solar expand, nuclear technology could play an even greater role as a carbon-free baseload source of electricity. However, a variety of economic, technological, societal, environmental, regulatory, and security issues must be considered. Join experts from across global nuclear research and policy at the University of Michigan, a global leader in nuclear engineering education and research, to debate these issues. What is nuclear power’s role in climate change mitigation? The symposium will produce technological and policy recommendations after the event.