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A New Kind of Leader for a New Department
Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T), one of the nation’s top technological research universities, invites nominations and applications for the position of the founding Kummer Department Chair of Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Science. Since its inception in 1960, the Nuclear Engineering degree program has been administered both as a stand-alone department and within the Department of Mining and Nuclear Engineering. However, driven by a vision for the future, as of October 2020 the program is now the Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Science (NERS), an independent department under the Missouri S&T College of Engineering and Computing. The department will be led by the Kummer Department Chair, an endowed position created as a result of the recent establishment of the Kummer Institute.
For full description and apply go to hr.mst.edu.
Phonathon calling soon: As nuclear engineering enters its 61st year at S&T, we are grateful for the difference your annual support makes in our work. Because of your generosity, we have been able to provide continued high-quality education, support and training to nuclear engineering students. So when you get a phone call from a student eager to share what’s happening on campus and in our department, we hope you’ll take the time to connect and catch up. And we hope you’ll help us keep making a difference in our students’ lives by giving back.
There are several key advantages to enrolling as a nuclear engineer at Missouri S&T such as:
The MSTR has been in operation since 1961 and was the first nuclear reactor in the state of Missouri. The reactor is...