Martin-Vega addresses new graduates during global event
Dean Louis Martin-Vega addressed nuclear science and engineering graduates around the globe during an online commencement program.
70 years of nuclear engineering
In the 2020-21 academic year, the Department of Nuclear Engineering is celebrating its 70th anniversary of the decision to start the program, and the 60th anniversary of the department, which was established in 1961.
NC State College of Engineering faculty hightlights for Spring/Summer 2021.
Nuclear engineering researchers receive federal support
Researchers in the Department of Nuclear Engineering at North Carolina State University will receive funding for two projects from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Nuclear Energy University Program.
Nine NC State students awarded NEUP scholarships
Nine students from North Carolina State University’s Department of Nuclear Engineering have been awarded scholarships or fellowships through the United States Department of Energy’s Integrated University Program.
Dinh named Fellow of American Nuclear Society
Dr. Nam Dinh, professor in the Department of Nuclear Engineering at North Carolina State University, has been named a Fellow of the American Nuclear Society (ANS).
Gilligan appointed executive associate dean of engineering
Dr. John Gilligan, professor of nuclear engineering in the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University, has been appointed to the newly created position of executive associate dean of engineering.
NC State hosts international nuclear reactor research workshop
Nuclear energy officials from five countries came to North Carolina State University in late October for an international workshop on nuclear research reactors.
Kabbendjian receives Governor’s Award for Excellence
Hermine Kabbendjian, director of program administration in the Department of Nuclear Engineering, has received a 2011 Governor’s Award for Excellence. The award is the highest honor a state employee can receive.
Remembering atomic age pioneer Raymond Murray, who helped establish nuclear engineering at NC State
Dr. Raymond L. Murray, professor emeritus of nuclear engineering at North Carolina State University and a pioneer of the atomic age, died on June 22.