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NE MEng Team Wins Award for Best MEng Video

Thursday, May 17th 2018

The Berkeley MEng Capstone Showcase was held this year on May 2nd and May 4th at The Fung Institute. 

The Nuclear Engineering MEng group presented their promotional video, called "Sanatomics: An Overdue Change for Medical Isotopes."

It won the Alumni Award for the Best Promotional Video. This award is given to the team that produces the most creative, intellectually-rich, and engaging video. Winners are chosen by an MEng Alumni Judging Panel. Congratulations, team!

 


NE Grads Joanna Szornel and Kathy Shield Lead Demos During the 8th Annual Nuclear Science Day for Scouts

Thursday, May 17th 2018

Joanna Szornel (left) and Kathy Shield (right) leading demonstrations for the scouts.

OMay 5, the Lab welcomed more than 200 Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts from all over the Bay Area for its eighth annual Nuclear Science Day for Scouts.

 


UCBNE MEng Graduate Students/Student Veterans Joshua McCumber and Joshua Rothman Interviewed by The Fung Institute

Thursday, Apr 26th 2018

From the article on medium.com: 

"The UC Berkeley Master of Engineering program boasts a diverse cohort of students hailing from all different backgrounds, and among these are a handful of students who have previously served in the US military. These student veterans have gained impressive experience in a variety of engineering field prior to coming to study at Berkeley, and we thank them for their service to the United States. 

 


2018 M.Eng. Capstone Pitch Videos Available for Viewing

Friday, Apr 20th 2018

Integrating Nuclear Renewable Energy Sources
Team: Joseph Lee, Adria Peterkin, and Pedro Vicente

Advisor: Massimiliano Fratoni

An Overdue Change for Medical Isotopes

Team: Kelsae Adame, Grace Bailey, Alex Clithero, Morgan Fox, Han Lee, Josh McCumber, Mitchell Sinclair, Josh Rothman

Advisors: Karl van Bibber and Lee Bernstein

 


UCBNE MEng Student, Kelsae Adame, takes 3rd place in Grad Slam

Thursday, Apr 5th 2018

UCBNE MEng student, Kelsae Adame, was awarded third place in The UC Berkeley Grad Slam Competition for her presentation entitled, "An Overdue Change for Medical Radioisotope Production."   You can read more about Kelsae's work here.

 


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