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EPISODE: The Engineering Physics Department Newsletter

 

Fall / Winter 2003-2004
Featured articles

Following particle paths
in magnetic fusion experiments


Chain reaction: DOE grant aids infrastructure, educational upgrades
for reactor

Coating could take
burnables out of
nuclear fuel

Opposites attract:
Stable and unstable materials couple for
high performance

EP Department
OPEN HOUSE


Regular Features

Message from the chair

Faculty/staff news

New faculty: Todd Allen

Faculty retirement:
James D. Callen

Student news

 

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STUDENT NEWS: Students visit reactor

Picture of Evansville High School students during their UW-Madison visit

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Picture of Evansville High School students viewing the college's nuclear reactor

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Decorative initial cap I n May, some Evansville, Wis., high school students spent a week on campus learning about nuclear energy and the college's nuclear reactor (pictured at right).

The group (pictured far right) came as part of a project that will deliver funding via a proposal to other high school science teachers who’d like to offer such hands-on training to their students. Funds for their visits are distributed through a four-university, $10 million Department of Energy grant.

 


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