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Welcome to the Radiation Center

Home of the Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Health Physics

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Faculty

Faculty Members

Abi

T.

Farsoni

Assistant Professor

David M. Hamby

Professor

Kathryn A. Higley

Professor, Dept. Head

Andrew C.

Klien

Professor

Wade Marcum

Assistant Professor

Todd S. Palmer

Professor

Alena Paulenova

Associate Professor

Steven Reese

Radiation Center Director

Jose N. ReyesProfessor, on leave of absence

Krystina Tack

Medical PhysicsProgram Director

Alexey Soldatov

Assistant Professor, Senior Research Faculty

Brian Woods

Associate Professor

Qiao Wu

Professor

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Staff Members

Heidi Braly

Graduate Student Liaison

Shaun Bromagem

Fiscal Manager

Janet Knudson

Office Manager

Casey Mills

Public Info. Specialist

Joan Stueve

Undergraduate Head Advisor

John

DeNoma

Research Assistant

Todd Keller

Reactor Administrator

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Social Media

of jobs are found through networking

More than

65%

Come network with us, NERHP can

be found online at

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See Something? Say Something

Public Safety Announcement

 

RACE:

WhiteGENDER: MaleAGE: 20’sHEIGHT: 6’0” to 6’3”BUILD: Athletic/Muscular/BulkyUNIQUE FETURE:  Dark eyebrows (bushy) and eyelashesCLOTHING: Black athletic style pants, white shoes, and a dark navy blue or black hooded, pull over style sweatshirt.  In the first incident, the sweatshirt had “OSU” printed across the chest.  In the second incident, the sweatshirt had a white circle printed upon the back with cursive style writing that extended from the lower left side of the circle, across the center, to the upper right.

Police are seeking information about the pictured individual(s) in connection with two recent assaults. If you see someone fitting this description do not approach them, contact law enforcement

Corvallis Police Department at (541) 766-6432

or

Oregon State Police University Area Command (541) 737-3010 option 2.

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Announcements

NERHP Tutors are Available

Get help with your NERHP classes at no cost to you!Please contact tutors individually with your requests.

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Save the Date!

2013 Engineering EXPOFriday, May 1711 A.M. – 4 P.M.Kelley Engineering Center, Oregon State University Free and open to the publicINFO: engineering.oregonstate.edu/expo2013 or 541.737.3101 

Announcements

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Announcements

Department of Energy Issues Requests for Applications for Nuclear Science and Engineering Scholarships and Fellowships

The Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Nuclear Energy (NE) today announced two new Requests for Applications (RFAs) that seek applicants for undergraduate scholarships and graduate fellowships in nuclear science and engineering fields of study

.NE expects to award up to $4.6 million for up to 70 undergraduate scholarships and 30 graduate fellowships to a diverse group of U.S. students and legal permanent residents via the open and competitive process defined in the RFAs.Undergraduate scholarships are $5,000 for one year. The maximum award for fellowships is anticipated to be $50,000 a year for three years, with an additional one time $5,000 allotment to fund a minimum 10-week internship at a DOE national laboratory or other designated facility.Applications for the Scholarship and Fellowship RFAs are due on May 23, 2013 at 8:00 pm ET, and must be submitted using the online submittal application. NE intends to notify award recipients in August 2013. 

https://inlportal.inl.gov/portal/server.pt?open=512&objID=600&mode=2

Log on to the INL website to apply

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Announcements

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Announcements

The Idaho National Laboratory offers internships at a variety of levels – undergraduate through post doctoral with valuable work and life experience.

INL internships, like the lab's research, span a wide range of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields and support roles.INL interns also receive extensive training - like resume' writing and communication strategies - to help improve their "soft skills."  In addition, they can attend lectures that feature world-renowned researchers discussing a broad range of energy topics from nuclear non-proliferation to hybrid energy systems. Interns participate in lab wide tours to enhance their knowledge of INL, its history and missions.  The INL site tours include visits to Experimental Breeder Reactor-1, where nuclear fission generated the world's first usable amount of electricity, the Advanced Test Reactor, and a 3D research tool known as a computer assisted virtual environment - or CAVE.

INL Internships Available

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Announcements

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National Instruments to visit NERHP

A hands-on

LabVIEW Seminar provided by National Instruments.Wednesday - May 1, 2013 1:00 pm– 5:00 pmSpace is limited so sign up now! To reserve your place email Prof. Wade Marcum Wade.Marcum@OregonState.edu

Announcements

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The National Research Council of the National Academies sponsors a number of awards for graduate, postdoctoral and senior researchers at participating federal laboratories and affiliated institutions.  These awards include generous stipends ranging from $42,000 - $80,000 per year for recent Ph.D. recipients, and higher for additional experience.  Graduate entry level stipends begin at $30,000.  These awards provide the opportunity for recipients to do independent research in some of the best-equipped and staffed laboratories in the U.S.  Research opportunities are open to U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and for some of the laboratories, foreign nationals. Detailed program information, including online applications, instructions on how to apply and a list of participating laboratories, is available on the NRC Research Associateship Programs Website (see link above). Questions should be directed to the NRC at 202-334-2760 (phone) or rap@nas.edu.  Applicants should contact prospective Adviser(s) at the lab(s) prior to the application deadline to discuss their research interests and funding opportunities.

Announcements

National Research Fellowships

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Announcements

Five Students Earn NRC Reactor Operator Licenses Congratulations! Jarvis CaffreyTrevor HowardJacob OwenTopher MatthewsDoug WoodsAlso congratulations to Prof. Wade Marcum for completing his upgrade from reactor operator to senior reactor operator!

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Announcements

Radiochemisty

Summer Program

June 10 – 19 in Las Vegas, NV

Undergraduates in chemistry, physics, health physics, nuclear engineering or related fields are encouraged to apply.

Radchem.nevada.edu/rfcss.html

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Announcements

Applications are being accepted for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) HS-STEM Summer Internships

.

For detailed information go to

www.orau.gov/dhseducation/internships

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A tremendous scholarship-for-service opportunity to fully fund your undergraduate or graduate education. The SMART (Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation) Program will pay for all educational expenses for a B.S., M.S., or Ph.D. program, and then provide scholars unique opportunities to work as research scientists or engineers on cutting edge technology in world class Department of Defense facilities. A comprehensive list of facilities can be found on the smart website: http://smart.asee.org.This is a highly competitive, national program, open to U.S. citizens only. The SMART program will pay for all educational costs and a stipend while enrolled for as little as one (1) term up to 5 years.

Announcements

Fully fund your undergrad and grad education

Specifically the program pays for:

• 

Full

Tuition – to any accredited U.S. University

• 

A

very generous stipend while in school ranging from $25,000 – $38,000 per year

• 

Book

allowance – $1,000

• 

Health

insurance contribution

• 

Paid

summer internships

• 

All

required student fees

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SENIORS – Graduating 2013?

 Applications are due for SPRING 2013 graduation. Applications are filled out via your student on-line services, don’t wait, apply today!! For questions see your advisor or Joan Stueve 

Announcements

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Announcements

The Neutron Newsletter

Pick up the latest edition of The Neutron, available near the Radiation Center mailboxes or in C-134. The Neutron is a quarterly alumni newsletter containing stories about our people and our future. Available in print or online at ne.oregonstate.edu

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#12 Nuclear Engineering Graduate Program Oregon State University (2014)

Nationally Ranked

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Announcements

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