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Commencement Information

The Ken and Mary Alice Lindquist Department of Nuclear Engineering is celebrating the Inaugural Ken and Mary Alice Lindquist class of 2020. Below you will find a message from the Dean, the department’s pre-recorded recognition ceremony — featuring messages from the department head, student marshal, and faculty and recognition of all graduating undergraduate and graduate students — and more information about what it’s like to be a nuclear engineer.

Message from the Dean


Nuclear Engineering Recognition Ceremony


Check out what it’s like to be a Penn State Nuclear Engineer

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About

The Ken and Mary Alice Lindquist Department of Nuclear Engineering at Penn State is one of the top ranked nuclear engineering programs in the United States. The department distinguishes itself from other programs with a strong focus on experimental research in power, science, security and safety. The actively growing department leads four educational programs for students pursuing a bachelor of science, a master of science, a master of engineering or a doctoral degree. The department also houses the Breazeale Nuclear Reactor, the country’s first and longest operating licensed nuclear reactor. The construction and operation of the reactor introduced nuclear engineering to Penn State, and, in doing so, harnessed research and educational opportunities as key strengths for the department. See how we’re inspiring change and impacting tomorrow at nuce.psu.edu.

Department of Nuclear Engineering

205 Hallowell Building

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802-4400

Phone: 814-863-6938