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Category Archives: Department of Nuclear Engineering

Dear UTNE community, You have no doubt seen countless statements condemning the killing of George Floyd and others. We join […]

For college students and faculty across the country, navigating the spring semester during a global pandemic proved to be a […]

A new partnership between the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) will help prioritize the development […]

The department ranked 8th in the latest US News and World Report Rankings and the college came in 32nd amongst public engineering programs.

In 1957, at the age of 34, Professor P.F. Pasqua was named head of the newest department on UT’s campus: […]

By Laura Tenpenny. Anthony (Tony) Buhl devoted his career to the safe operation, decommissioning, and clean-up of nuclear facilities unheard […]

By Laura Tenpenny. When he graduated with the first-ever Nuclear Engineering degree conferred by UT, Tom Kerlin (MS/NE ’59, PhD/Engr […]

Four rising high school seniors worked with NE faculty and staff to test the ability of remote sensing robots to determine whether or not a radioactive source is present in a given location.

Beginning in fall 2019, the Department of Nuclear Engineering will offer both an MS and a Graduate Certificate in Medical […]

The first nuclear decommissioning and environmental management minor offered by any major educational institution in the United States is drawing […]