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Dr. Kathryn Miller Hurlbert ’90, a former graduate student from the Department of Nuclear Engineering, reflects on her time at NASA and how her versatile degree in nuclear engineering got her there.

Elise Shauf knew she wanted to be an engineer at 5 years old. Now a student in the nuclear engineering department, Shauf is the recipient of the Nuclear Energy University Program scholarship created by the Department of Energy.

Anthony Roman knew from an early age he wanted to be a nuclear engineer while also honoring his family's military legacy. A senior in the nuclear engineering department, Roman has been named the chief of staff for the Corps of Cadets.


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292 enrolled undergraduate students
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