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The University of Tennessee is the lead institution for a $25 million cooperative agreement awarded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (DOE/NNSA) Office of Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation.

The department hosted the UT/ORNL Fusion Summer School, which includes introductory lectures on various topics, lab visits and demos, and panel discussions.

Anagha Iyengar, a former student of Jason Hayward, has received a 2023 Early Career Award from the INMM for her work in nuclear security and nonproliferation.

UT nuclear engineering student Emma Houston earned a highly coveted Nuclear Nonproliferation International Safeguards Graduate Fellowship.

UT’s nuclear engineering department did very well in earning DOE-funded Nuclear Engineering University Program awards.

Wes Hines hosted the first panel in a new speaker series intended to increase the number of African American nuclear engineering graduates in the United States.

Fusion researcher Ane Lasa has been appointed to a committee that advises the US Department of Energy on programmatic planning for fusion and plasma research.

Eight undergraduate and four graduate students received scholarships and fellowships from the Nuclear Engineering University Program, the most of any institution.

Professor Jason Hayward received a grant from the DOE for his research addressing the engineering challenges required to accurately handle high neutron count rates for next generation reflectometers.