December 18, 2020

Reece, Luse named Bravo Award winners

The School of Nuclear Engineering recognizes Kellie Reece, Administrative Assistant to the Head and Teresa Luse, Associate Administrative Assistant with the Bravo Award.
November 25, 2020

Bean selected as Golden Squirrel by MDE/IDES seniors

Assistant Professor Robert Bean is one of eight professors recognized by MDE/IDES seniors as being the best of the best faculty members in their programs. He also received the most student shout-outs, resulting in his being named the 2020 Golden Squirrel Scholar.
November 17, 2020

NE’s Garner, SCALE team win Seed for Success award

NE Associate Professor Allen L. Garner and his fellow SCALE teammates were recently recognized with a Seed for Success award at the 2020 Excellence in Research awards ceremony. The team was acknowledged for its efforts that resulted in $20M in funding.
November 6, 2020

Next-gen reactors will enhance safety and sustainability

In the College of Engineering's latest Medium blog post, Nuclear Engineering Professor Shripad Revankar discusses next-generation reactors, known as Generation IV, and how they can be integrated with renewable generating sources, are less expensive than their predecessors, burn nuclear waste as an energy resource, and are “walk-away” safe. The most likely Generation IV reactor to be commercialized is the Very High Temperature Reactor (VHTR), and a Purdue team has proposed novel experimental research with the goal of developing a scaled experimental facility to study a VHTR building response in the event of a depressurization accident.
October 19, 2020

Former Purdue Nuclear head honored with NAE’s 2020 Arthur M. Bueche Award

Arden L. Bement Jr., the David A. Ross Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Nuclear Engineering at Purdue and former head of the Purdue University School of Nuclear Engineering, has been named the 2020 recipient of the Arthur M. Bueche Award by the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).
September 9, 2020

NE alumnus Don MacFarlane provides substantial gift for future scholarships.

On Purdue Day of Giving 2020, Nuclear Engineering Alumnus Don MacFarlane made a new estate gift of $90,000 to support the Donald R. MacFarlane Scholarship Endowment in Nuclear Engineering. This gift, combined with his original 2013 estate gift of $100,000 to the same scholarship fund, will ultimately benefit undergraduate Nuclear Engineering students for many generations to come.
September 2, 2020

Purdue Engineering Podcast features Nuclear Engineering

The Purdue Engineering Podcast is highlighting Nuclear Engineering with four podcasts. Topics include: AI and Nuclear Power Systems, Gas-cooled Small Modular Reactors, Versatile Test Reactors, and PUR-1, Indiana's only Nuclear Reactor.
September 1, 2020

NE starts new student organization, MINES

The School of Nuclear Engineering has a brand new organization, Minorities in Nuclear Engineering and Sciences (MINES), which is intended to provide a means for public education regarding nuclear energy, policy and technology. Its mission also is to facilitate minority recruitment into the nuclear sciences and develop a cross-disciplinary network of minorities and allies across industry and academia.
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