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College of Engineering researchers will play a key role in a consortium sponsored by Natura Resources, LLC to build an advanced research reactor in Texas. The $30.5 million effort to design and license a research reactor is a collaboration with three other universities.

American Nuclear Society executive director and CEO Craig Piercy visited the Texas A&M Department of Nuclear Engineering to talk with students about the future of the professional organization.

"Without the Opportunity Award Scholarship that I was given ... life would've been much more difficult for me. My goal is to make it easier from a financial perspective for a student to attend Texas A&M." -- Dr. Mitty C. Plummer '65 on why he established his scholarship in nuclear engineering

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