We want to help you teach nuclear engineering and radiological health engineering concepts to your classes!
We have games and worksheets you can use in teaching your students about nuclear science and technology.
Teachers in Texas can:
- Arrange for a professor or graduate student to give presentations to classes
- Arrange for a professor or graduate student to conduct all-day workshops on nuclear engineering and radiological health engineering, and provide tools for teaching these topics to classes
- Arrange for classes to tour the Nuclear Science Center or other departmental labs and facilities
Previous School Visits
Nate Hall - Waxahachie High School - 12/6/2007
Nuclear Engineering Student Nate Hall spoke to physics students at his alma mater, Waxahachie High School, on December 6, 2007
TAMU Nuclear Engineering at the 2008 STAT-CAST
To see photos of how the department was represented at the 2008 Conference for the Advancement of Science Teaching, click here.
Help Your Students
You can help your students obtain funding for college by pointing them to our Scholarships web page. Many nice scholarships, from a variety of sources, are available for students who are interested in nuclear engineering or radiological heatlth engineering.
To arrange a tour of our department and facilities, or to have us visit your school, please contact Marna Billiter, outreach coordinator, at 979/845-0607 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or download a visit request form (PDF).