The Nuclear and Radiation Engineering (NRE) Program at the University of Texas at Austin has 1-2 Nuclear Regulatory Commission graduate fellowships at the MS/PhD level starting Fall 2021. Applicants will enroll in Walker Department of Engineering where the NRE program resides. Opportunities are available for summer internships. Tuition and all health benefits are also covered.
Undergraduate/graduate degree in any recognized engineering, chemistry or physics program. Chemistry students must have differential equations. Must be a US citizen and will to work in the nuclear industry or national laboratory for a minimum of two years after graduation. A minimum 3.3 GPA is needed along with ordinary graduate record (GRE) exams.
Please contact Dr. Sheldon Landsberger at email@example.com for more information BEFORE applying to the Graduate Program
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