NC State Nuclear Engineering Celebrates EWeek

Founded by the National Society of Professional Engineers in 1951, EWeek (February 17–23, 2019) is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers.


NC State’s Nuclear Engineering activities include:


Department of Nuclear Engineering


2019 National Engineers’ Week


Tuesday, February 19

On-Campus Community Reactor Tours

pre-registration required, click here
TIME:           2:00-3:00 pm
LOCATION: Main Lobby of Burlington Labs (garden side of building)

Wednesday, February 20

On-Campus Community Reactor Tours

pre-registration required, click here

TIME:          11 am-12 noon; 12 noon -1:00 pm
LOCATION: Main lobby of Burlington Labs (garden side of building)

Exploratory Studies and Inter-College Transfer Majors & Minors Fair

TIME:           3:00-5:00 pm
LOCATION: 126 Witherspoon Student Center
Nuclear Engineering Coordinator of Advising & ANS/WiN student ambassadors will be on hand

Thursday, February 21

Nuclear Engineering Distinguished Executive Lecture

What is the Future of Nuclear Energy?
Dr. Mark Peters, Director, Idaho National Laboratory
Abbreviated Abstract: The answer to that question will be determined largely by how we answer another: How do we meet future energy needs while mitigating climate change? … will address these questions by talking about the technical evolution of reactor designs, and detail growing bipartisan support for nuclear energy in Washington, D.C. He also will discuss the research and development history that helped create the American nuclear energy industry, and the role INL and other national laboratories will play in developing and deploying the next generation of nuclear reactors.

TIME:           3:45 pm refreshments; 4:00-5:00 pm seminar
LOCATION: Room 1202 Burlington Labs (use Stinson Dr. entrance opposite Mann Hall)


Contact: Lisa Marshall, Director of Outreach, Retention & Engagement,