Our Radiochemistry program prepares students to join in the strong local and national market for experts with advanced training in the general area of nuclear and radiological sciences. The increasing importance of nuclear energy production, nuclear forensics, medical diagnostics based on radiological methods and the ever-increasing problem of nuclear waste legacy ensure a strong and increasing demand for PhD graduates who will manage the research and operational facilities in academia, government and nuclear industry.
NRC Nuclear Research Fellowship
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is offering an outstanding Ph.D. graduate students and Ph.D. applicants with interests nuclear chemistry to obtain research assistantship support from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).
Students who accept this fellowship are obligated to sign the NRC fellowship program service agreement that requires 6 months of nuclear-related employment per year of NRC support with a Federal or State Agency, a DOE lab, or company.
CP 338A, CP 347, EC 2103