The award reflects Roxanne’s exceptional academic performance, active participation in research, and leadership qualities.
Roxanne Walker honored with Towner Prize from Michigan Engineering
Mackenzie Warwick honored with Distinguished Leadership Award from Michigan Engineering
The NERS PhD student has been an integral part of the department since her undergraduate studies and consistently showcases exemplary leadership qualities.
Emeline Hanna receives award from Michigan Engineering
The NERS undergraduate student was given a Leaders & Honors Awards for her outstanding achievements and academic excellence.
Engineering Physics Abroad: A Conversation with Vaibhav Ramaseshadri
Vaibhav Ramaseshadri, an Engineering Physics undergraduate student, shares insights into his study abroad experience in Iceland and sheds light on the factors that influenced his choice of the Engineering Physics program.
NERS and AERO discussion series wins MLK Spirit Award
The MARS Dialogues discuss the “Macroethical Responsibility to Society.”
Fastest Path to Zero Initiative mentee wins local Junior Science and Humanities Symposium
Chase Metzger’s project focused on advanced nuclear energy.
Graduate students Carolina Vazquez and Sebastian Lecha explore community engagement in fusion and fission spaces
Vazquez and Lecha are actively involved in policy-relevant research, exploring community engagement in fusion and fission spaces.
Mackenzie Warwick shines at the NEA Global Forum Rising Stars Workshop
The NERS PhD student presented her research into testing creep behavior with ion irradiation.
Exploring the World and Expanding Horizons
Jeanie Qi’s Study Abroad Journey and Engineering Physics Pursuit
PhD student Peter Hotvedt co-authored paper published in Frontiers in Physiology
The paper examines the intricacies of asthma and its impact on lung ventilation.
NERS Students Geneve Magnan, Julia Marshall, Roxanne Walker, and Isabella Wood win ANS Scholarships
American Nuclear Society scholarship recipients are chosen for their academic, service, and leadership excellence.
NERS graduate students awarded UNLP Fellowships
Brian Carpman, Justin Hamil, and Rowan Marchie received University Nuclear Leadership Program fellowships from the U.S. Department of Energy.
NERS students win a Best Presentation Award at ANS Student Conference
Their paper is titled “pyMAISE: A Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Benchmarking Software for Nuclear Reactor Applications”.
NERS Student O Hwang Kwon talks about the possible successors of fossil fuels at the 2023 Rackham King Talks
In his talk, “Which Would Be the Successor of Fossil Fuels—Renewables or Nuclear?”, O Hwang Kwon aims to convey the message of the urgent need for action as he firmly believes that by working together as a team, the world can successfully overcome the challenge of climate change.
NERS students win a student-led competition, acquire seed funding to develop proposal for pulsed-power and nuclear fusion facility
The work of Akash Shah and Brendan Sporer will support pulsed-power-driven fusion research, fusion-enabling technologies, and fundamental science pursuits.
New Conceptual Molten Salt Nuclear Reactor Simulation and Design
NERS Master’s student O Hwang Kwon’s research relating to the feasibility of a new conceptual molten salt reactor is aimed at improving safety and efficiency.