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So does anyone know about this fairly new Masters of Science in Additive manufacturing and Design program (established 2017)? I applied to it and got accepted as a self-supporting student. Did anyone else apply to it?
Just wondering how many other nuclear engineering applicants are around. I thought it would be nice if we could keep each other informed and see how things are going, considering there are so few of us and not enough information is out there for our programmes on these forums. Did anyone receive an email from UCB to transfer their application to the MEng programme? Does it mean a rejection from PhD/MS(whatever you applied for)?
My lab at Kansas State University recently received a large grant we are currently looking for a new graduate student to fill an open research assistant position. Student would be pursuing a PhD in Nuclear Engineering. In particular, we a looking for a good experimentalist. The research is on the effects thermal stratification in liquid metals for nuclear reactor applications. Student would initially be working to build a new liquid metal flow loop. Compensation would consist of full tuition support in addition to a stipend of ~$24K. Requirements: U.S. Citizen Undergraduate degree in relevant field Preferences: Undergraduate GPA > 3.25 GRE V + GRE Q > 310 If interested: Contact me by emailing my google account, username kansasnuclearresearch.