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Spring 2017 Graduates

Innocent Tsorxe

M.S. - Nuclear Engineering
 

Lauren Pompilio

M.S. - Nuclear Engineering (Nuclear Nonproliferation Specialization)
 

Total NSSPI Graduates: 75

Degrees supported in nonproliferation or related topics

  • M.S. Degrees: 56
  • M.E. Degrees: 5
  • Ph.D. Degrees: 20

NSSPI has also supported students in many other research areas and departments.

Employment Sectors after Graduation

 

See a list of our students' theses and dissertations


Summit speakers with the president of the FAS. From left to right: Rodney K. Wilson; Richard Meserve; John P. Holdren; Charles D. Ferguson; Hannah E. Gardiner; Yanuar Ady Setiawan; and Stephen O. A. Dahunsi.
Posted: 05/15/2017 -- On April 21st, Yanuar Ady Setiawan, a graduate student with the TEES Nuclear Security Science and Policy Institute, took part in the Science and Security Summit 2017, which was hosted by the Federation of American Scientists (FAS) at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, DC.  The FAS sponsored three graduate-level engineering students currently working in the area of nuclear security and nonproliferation at US universities to speak on the subject of the role of scientists and engineers in global security and safety and in the current political landscape....  Read More
 
 
Lauren Pompilio
Lauren Pompilio will be receiving her M.S. degree in nuclear engineering with a specialization in nuclear nonproliferation from Texas A&M University in May.  She worked with Dr. Sunil Ch...  Read More
 
 
Prairie View A&M students and faculty in front of rubble pile at Disaster City
On April 19th, students and faculty from Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU) participated in a field detection exercise at the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service Disaster City facili...  Read More
 
 


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