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North Carolina State University. Dept. of Nuclear Engineering. (6)

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The nuclear engineering program at North Carolina State University continues its traditional role in educational leadership and innovation. Over the years, the program has sought to meet the needs of the time and to anticipate future developments. In 1950, Clifford Beck, then of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, obtained support from N. C. State's Dean of Engineering, Harold Lampe,for the idea of building the nation's first university nuclear reactor and establishing the first university nuc...

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University of Michigan. Dept. of Nuclear Engineering. (3)

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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Department of Nuclear Engineering (4)

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In April 1958 a graduate program leading to the M.S. degree in Nuclear Engineering was approved as a department in the College of Engineering beginning in September 1958, 1 A Ph.D. program was approved in January 1961, and an undergraduate major for the Nuclear Engineering B.S. was established in 1974. 2, 3 The program for Nuclear Engineering officially became a department in 1986. 4 The Nuclear Reactor Laboratory for the program was established in 1959, and the TRIGA Mark II Nuc...

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University of Washington. Dept. of Nuclear Engineering. (2)

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The University of Washington Department of Nuclear Engineering, which was established officially in 1965 offered undergraduate and graduate degrees in nuclear engineering until 1993, when it was disbanded, owing primarily to low enrollment and diverging faculty research interests. Nuclear engineering classes had been taught at the University of Washington before the establishment the Department, as early as 1953. During the 1970s, the Department broadened its curricul...

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Oregon State University. Dept. of Nuclear Engineering. (2)

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Georgia Institute of Technology. School of Nuclear Engineering (2)

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General Nuclear Engineering Corporation (1)

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Department of Nuclear Engineering (1)

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Oregon State University. Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering. (2)

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Nuclear Science and Engineering Corporation. (1)

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