Dear Colleagues, Partners, Former Students, and Friends, The reactor at the Texas A&M University Nuclear Science Center (NSC) is celebrating its 60th Anniversary as it was first taken critical on December 18, 1961. The NSC staff want to start planning for a series of activities, events, competitions, and programs starting in August and leading […]
Dr. Valerie G. Segovia has been named associate director of outreach and education for the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station’s Nuclear Engineering and Science Center (NESC) and associate director of the Nuclear Power Institute (NPI). In her new role, Segovia will work with the NESC director and staff to manage, expand and direct all NESC […]
The Spring 2021 NPI Newsletter showcases the new stories, announcements, quarterly metrics, among other notable NPI topics since the Winter 2021 Newsletter published in January. Subscribe at the bottom of the newsletter to stay up-to-date on everything NPI-related! Spring 2021
In their most recent rankings, the U.S. News & World Report ranked the Texas A&M Nuclear Engineering Department as the #4 Nuclear Engineering Graduate program in the country. NPI would like to congratulate our colleagues and friends in the Texas A&M Nuclear Engineering Department for their hard work and success! Visit their website to find […]
Get ready for the FREE Physics and Engineering Festival, live-streamed this year so you can participate from home! The totally-virtual festival on Saturday, April 10, will show many fun and exciting science and engineering demonstrations and feature talks by NASA astronaut Nancy Currie-Gregg and David Saltzberg, the science consultant for the hit TV show The […]
The details on the Clean SMARTS Master Class Competition have officially been released. The competition is open to all Texas 6th – 12th grade Secondary Students and Texas 6th – 12th grade Secondary Educators who have completed the Clean SMARTS Master Class and received an official certificate of completion. The Clean SMARTS Master Class Finale […]
The Winter 2021 NPI Newsletter highlights the new programs, stories, and features NPI is proud to share since the Fall 2020 Newsletter. Subscribe at the bottom of the newsletter to stay up-to-date on NPI programs, opportunities, and a view at the NPI successes each quarter. Learn more: Winter 2021
Despite programmatic challenges over the past year, the Nuclear Power Institute (NPI) has experienced growth, expanded the NPI Network of Engagement and has remained constant in its pursuit of impactful, innovative programs.