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3-0-9 Undergraduate (Spring)
Tuesday, Thursday 1:00PM–2:30PM in 24-115
Instructor: Professor R. Scott Kemp email@example.com
3-0-9 H-Level Grad Credit
Tuesday, Thursday 1:00PM–2:30PM in 24-121
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor
Professor Emilio Baglietto firstname.lastname@example.org
Clare Egan email@example.com
Heather Barry firstname.lastname@example.org
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How is nuclear science and engineering different from all other fields of engineering?
Can nuclear engineering help other fields in a positive way, for example in medicine?
Will nuclear energy be able to provide all the energy we need?
Are there scientists who are striving to solve the problems of nuclear waste?
Could you give other examples of energy research within nuclear engineering?
Can working with all these radioactive material be dangerous?
What are some of the positive aspects of working in nuclear engineering?
How do you think nuclear engineers will impact the future?
How long will it take before we have the first sustainable commercial fusion power plant?
What are the different specialties in nuclear science and engineering?
Do nuclear engineers deal mainly with people, data, or things?
Do nuclear engineers work on problems other than energy?
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