Nuclear Science and Engineering

Research excellence and student success.

Our internationally recognized faculty and staff balance compelling experimental and theoretical research and computer-based modeling with a strong dedication to student education, growth, and success.

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Faculty member Wade Marcum and researcher in nuclear engineering lab.

Creating communities

Through her roles as student ambassador, Center for Diversity and Inclusion intern, and
Engineering Student Council President, radiation health physics student Subisha Sundaram is
passionate about supporting women and helping people of color in STEM.

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#1

Radiation Health Physics Program in the Nation by Number of Graduates

   

$6.3M

Research Funding

    

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No. 11

U.S. News & World Report "Best Nuclear Engineering Programs"