A multi-dimensional nuclear engineering partnership Conference Paper uri icon


  • The Physics/ Geophysics Department at Texas A&M University Kingsville (TAMUK) has developed a laboratory based course in nuclear physics to enhance the success of the students in their preparation for graduate studies. The courses allow the students entering the graduate program at Texas A&M University (TAMU) to follow the same plan of study as students from TAMU. Activities at these facilities give students an understanding of radiation safety and the operation of large, complex scientific facility. The Department of Nuclear Engineering at TAMU has engaged in a vigorous revitalization activity that has led to an increase in undergraduate enrollment.

published proceedings

  • ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Proceedings

author list (cited authors)

  • Ford, J., Burchill, W., Adams, M., Hart, R., Suson, D., Cox, P., ... Peddicord, K. L.

complete list of authors

  • Ford, J||Burchill, W||Adams, M||Hart, R||Suson, D||Cox, P||Hewett, L||Bryant, M||Osborne-Lee, I||Aghara, S||Wilkins, R||Peddicord, KL

publication date

  • January 2005