Students in the program often join one of our dynamic student organizations.
These student groups are very active and provide additional opportunities for trips and professional development.
S&T offers numerous opportunities for you to develop your leadership skills in any of our 200-plus recognized student organizations.
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National honor society for nuclear science and engineering. The purpose of this student chapter is to recognize high scholarship, integrity, and potential achievement in applied nuclear science and nuclear engineering among outstanding students.
Dedicated to improving the understanding of nuclear science and technology, appropriate applications and potential consequences of their use.
Supports an environment in nuclear energy and nuclear technologies in which women are able to succeed. Membership is open to both male and female students.
Student-led design teams learn the organizational problem-solving process essential for the successful development of a market-ready product. Design teams incorporate business, marketing, logistics, communications and teamwork skills in their day-to-day operations that mirror the global design process used in industry world-wide.
Undergraduate research introduces you to the world of research and creates special networking opportunities with faculty and the scientific community. Undergraduate research awards $500 per semester. Learn more.
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