UT students received a total of 12 NEUP awards, which is double the number of awards received by the next highest awarded university.
Jamie Porter (BS/NE ’08; MS/NE ’09; PhD/NE ’12) was the first African American woman to graduate from the Department of Nuclear Engineering.
UT has joined an 11-member university consortium grant for research and development into nuclear science, engineering, and security.
UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair Brian Wirth spoke to Forbes about the importance for the government to build a pilot fusion plant in the US.
In its first year of operation, the Nuclear Engineering Graduate Student Assembly (NEGSA) won the Graduate Student Organization of the Year Award.
Coble Set for Leadership Academy Jamie Coble, associate professor in nuclear engineering, was selected for the 2019-2020 iAspire Leadership Academy. […]
Getting a job after college is just a mundane next step in life for many. For Mariya Zhuravleva, assistant professor […]
Sydney Copp (middle) with her current mentees, Isabelle Laffer (left) and Cassidy Davenport (right). Nuclear Engineering sophomore Sydney Copp first […]
Wes Hines Stays Busy Nuclear engineering Department Head Wes Hines, above, is celebrating a number of successes just weeks into […]
UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair Steve Zinkle along with student researchers from the Tickle College of Engineering are working to power us to Mars.