North Carolina State University, College of Engineering, Department of Nuclear Engineering records 1950-2000s

Creator
North Carolina State University. Department of Nuclear Engineering
Size
37.45 linear feet (5 archival boxes, 1 cardbox, 23 cartons, and 1 flat folder)
Location

For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Special Collections Research Center Reference Staff.

Call number
UA 105.016

The North Carolina State University, College of Engineering, Department of Nuclear Engineering Records include correspondence, short course materials, minutes, contracts, budget information, brochures, and subject files relating to the United States Atomic Energy Commission, teaching of nuclear engineering, the nuclear reactor on campus (1950s), and the Nuclear Engineering program.

The Nuclear Engineering program at North Carolina State University continues its traditional role in educational leadership and innovation. Over the years, the program has sought to meet the needs of the time and to anticipate future developments. The department is home to the first university-based nuclear reactor for teaching and research, which continues to provide graduates with the hands-on experience needed for professions in utility companies, government energy and defense agencies, national laboratories, nuclear plants and private companies.

Biographical/historical note

The nuclear engineering program at North Carolina State University continues its traditional role in educational leadership and innovation. Over the years, the program has sought to meet the needs of the time and to anticipate future developments. In 1950, Clifford Beck, then of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, obtained support from N. C. State's Dean of Engineering, Harold Lampe,for the idea of building the nation's first university nuclear reactor and establishing the first university nuclear engineering educational curriculum. New faculty joining Dr. Beck included A. C. Menius, Jr., Raymond Murray, Arthur Waltner, and Newton Underwood. The team successfully met and overcame the challenges of the period after World War II: resistance to an entirely new discipline, the absence of textbooks, and security limitations on information about reactors. Approval was secured to offer the Ph.D.degree, in addition to the M.S. and B.S. degrees.

The early student body consisted of a number of highly qualified U.S. Air Force officers, who set standards of excellence for students to come later. Graduates of nuclear engineering now are leaders in government, industry, and education. A high percentage of the graduates entered university teaching. The nuclear engineering faculty was among the group that presented special training to foreign scientists and engineers in the Atoms for Peace program, an experiment in sharing nuclear technology on an international basis. North Carolina State's pioneering experiment in nuclear education became the center of attention of the United States and the world. In the early days of nuclear reactor research and development, the curricula were highly science oriented. More recently, greater emphasis been placed on engineering applications. Research by the faculty and graduate students in basic subjects such as nuclear physics and reactor theory has been supplemented by studies of many engineering topics and radiation applications.

Paralleling the transition in the nuclear field from basic experiments to commercial power, the nuclear program at N. C. State has built and operated a sequence of reactors: a water boiler, an MTR plate type reactor, and the present 1-megawatt PULSTAR, with uranium oxide fuel and pulsing capability. Each reactor has been used for student training, research, and services to other organizations in North Carolina and the United States. Services and training have included neutron activation analysis, reactor operator training, neutron radiography, radioisotope production and special courses.

The undergraduate curriculum achieved and has maintained engineering accreditation. The curriculum has consistently provided well-rounded undergraduate training. The ranks of the faculty expanded after 1963 to include Albert Carnesale, Kuruvilla Verghese, Thomas Elleman, Raymond Saxe, James Bohannon, Ephraim Stam, Robin Gardner, Lloyd Zumwalt, and Jerome Kohl. Authorization was gained from the North Carolina General Assembly to construct the Burlington Engineering Laboratories, which now house the department and the new reactor.

For the first decades of the program, much of the financial support was from the federal government through grants, fellowships, and research contracts. More recently, the maturing nuclear industry has taken part of the responsibility for encouraging high school graduates to elect nuclear engineering and for supporting the education of these future employees.

The program continues to grow, both in the number of faculty members and in the scope of its offerings. Important recent additions include the Center for Engineering Applications of Radioisotopes, the Electric Power Research Center, the Thermal Hydraulics Laboratory, the Nuclear Materials Research Laboratory, and the Fusion and Plasma Research and Teaching Program. Each of these activities is in the exciting forefront of the nuclear field.

Additional information and resources on the history of the Department of Nuclear Engineering can be found through the NCSU Historical State website.

1961 - 1964
H. A. Lamonds
1964 - 1974
Raymond L. Murray
1974 - 1979
Thomas Elleman
1979 - 1980
R. F. Saxe, acting head
1980 - 1990
Paul J. Turinsky
1990 - 2001
Donald J. Dudziak
2001 - 2006
Paul J. Turinsky
200?-
Yousry Azmy

Scope/content

The North Carolina State University, College of Engineering, Department of Nuclear Engineering Records include correspondence, short course materials, minutes, contracts, budget information, brochures, and subject files relating to the United States Atomic Energy Commission, teaching of nuclear engineering, the nuclear reactor on campus (1950s), and the Nuclear Engineering program.

Physical description

5 archival boxes, 2 archival halfboxes, 1 cardbox, 22 cartons.

Arrangement

The collection is organized into six different series: General Records, Summer Orientation Institute in Nuclear Engineering, Nuclear Reactor, Nuclear Reactor Notebook, Short Courses, and Unprocessed Records. The internal arrangement within most of these series is chronological, except for General Records, which is alphabetical by topic.

Use of these materials

The nature of the NCSU Libraries' Special Collections means that copyright or other information about restrictions may be difficult or even impossible to determine despite reasonable efforts. The NCSU Libraries claims only physical ownership of most Special Collections materials.

The materials from our collections are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study, pursuant to U.S. Copyright law. The user must assume full responsibility for any use of the materials, including but not limited to, infringement of copyright and publication rights of reproduced materials. Any materials used for academic research or otherwise should be fully credited with the source.

This collection may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which North Carolina State University assumes no responsibility.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], North Carolina State University, College of Engineering, Department of Nuclear Engineering records, UA 105.016, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

Related material

Source of acquisition

Transferred from the Department of Nuclear Engineering, North Carolina State University

Processing information

Processed by: Russell S. Koonts, 2001; machine-readable finding aid by: Katherine M. Wisser, 2001.

The entire collection, including materials not available online, may be viewed in the Special Collections reading room in D.H. Hill Library.
General Records 1955-1995

These records contain brochures, correspondence, curriculum plans, degree proposals flyers, lectures, memos, project plans, self study plans, and seminar announcements relating to the Nuclear Engineering program at North Carolina State University (NCSU) from 1955-1995. Included are several lectures and speeches give by Dr. Raymond L. Murray, one of the founders of the Nuclear Engineering program at NCSU.

Researchers should note that some material from this collection has been digitized as part of the "Temple of the Atom" and the "Guide to the Raymond L. Murray Raleigh Research Reactor Project Notebook Documents"" projects.

Brochures 1955-1988
Box 1, Folder 1
Courses and Curriculum 1950, n.d.
Box 1, Folder 2
Degree Proposals 1951
Box 1, Folder 3
Design Project 1972
Box 1, Folder 4
General Information 1955-1993
Box 1, Folder 5
Graduate Study 1964-1995
Box 1, Folder 6
Job Descriptions 1979-1981
Box 1, Folder 7
Nuclear Engineering Education 1965-1978
Box 1, Folder 8
Projects 1970-1973
Box 1, Folder 9
Research Interests 1973
Box 1, Folder 10
Safety 1973-1975
Box 1, Folder 11
Self Study 1971
Box 1, Folder 12
Seminars and Colloquium 1965-1987
Box 1, Folder 13
Summer Orientation Institute in Nuclear Engineering 1962-1964

The institute was an eight-week program held from June 18, 1962 to August 10, 1962 at North Carolina State University and was attended by fourteen participants from educational institutions all over the United States. Included in these records are the "Final Report" of the institute; laboratory manuals for the Nuclear Physics and Nuclear Reactors sessions; lecture notes for the "Economics of Nuclear Power," "Heat Transfer Problems of the Nuclear Reactor," and "Nuclear Instrumentation" classes; and the "Nuclear Reactor Simulation Experiment 26" report.

Final Report, Appendices A-G 1962
Box 2, Folder 1
Energy Transfer 1962
Box 2, Folder 2
Instrumentation 1962
Box 2, Folder 3
Mathematics 1962
Box 2, Folder 4
Nuclear Physics 1962
Box 2, Folder 5
Reactor Theory 1962
Box 2, Folder 6
Economics of Nuclear Power 1964
Box 2, Folder 7
Nuclear Reactor 1950-1990

These records contain the correspondence concerning the demolition, dedication invitation and program, description of the facility, PULSTAR annual report, PULSTAR Technical Specifications, reports dealing with the nuclear reactor, and microfilm of logs documenting the use of the reactor. Materials range in date from 1950 to 1990.

Burlington Nuclear Laboratory 1955, 1983
Box 2, Folder 8
Description of the Reactor Supporting Facility n.d.
Box 2, Folder 9
Further Design Features of the Nuclear Reactor, NCSC-46 1952
Box 2, Folder 10
Mathematical Functions used in Reactor and Shielding Analysis n.d.
Box 3, Folder 1
Observations on the Meteorological Dispersal of Stack Gases at the Raleigh Reactors Stack 1954
Box 3, Folder 2
Program Administration and Installation Design of the Nuclear Reactor 1950
Box 3, Folder 3
Proposal of a Nuclear Reactor 1950
Box 3, Folder 4
Pulstar Annual Report 1975
Box 3, Folder 5
Reactor Project undated

Microfilm reels 1-9

Card box 8
Reports on Hazards, Raleigh Reactor 1956
Box 3, Folder 6
Scrapbook of the Nuclear Reactor 1955-1990
Box 3, Folder 7
Summary Report 2 on the Raleigh Research Reactor, NCSC #72 1954
Box 3, Folder 8
Technical Specification Changes 1972
Box 3, Folder 9
Summary Hazards Report for North Carolina State College Reactor NCSCR-4 1958
Box 3, Folder 10
Supplementary Report on Hazards, Raleigh Reactor 1956
Box 3, Folder 11
Film of R-l in operation. Taken by UNC-TV, Wm. Gully "Atomic Reactor" (Part 1) undated (AV9.FM.2)

16mm film reel

Carton 9
Film of R-1 in operation. Taken by UNC-TV, Wm. Gully. "Atomic Reactor"(Part 2) (AV9.FM.3)

16mm film reel

Carton 9
Boiling Process with Sine Inputs: All Boiling Modes (film); explanatory leaflet for the film is included [September 30, 1971] (AV9.FM.1)

16mm film reel

Carton 9
"Raleigh Reactor" - N.C. State 6 September 1953 (AV9.AC.1)

Audio Cassette Tape

Carton 9
16mm Reactor Footage (DV-CAM) undated

mini cassette

Carton 9
Reactor - Transfer; NCSU "Atomic Reactor - Master (Part 2) 25 July 2001 (AV9.FM.1)

Minicassette

Carton 9
Reactor - Transfer; NCSU "Atomic Reactor" (Part 1) July 2001 (AV9FM.2)

Minicassette

Carton 9
1953 Reactor 1953 (AV9.AC.2)

Audio Cassette Tape

Carton 9
Reactor - Transfer (Master) ; Karjala - II July 2001 (AV9FM.3)

mini cassette

Carton 9
Nuclear Reactor, Audio From Dedications in 1953 (file); Contains letter to Mr. Brian McIntyre from Raymond L. Murray 27 April 1987

Folder and paper letter

Carton 9
Press Release or Dedication Ceremony Shortly After The Reactor Went Critical in 1953

CD-R

Carton 9
Nuclear Reactor Digitization Project Records 1999 (2013.0095)
Carton 9
Modern Reactor Footage undated (2013.0095)

Digital Videocassette

Carton 9
Nuclear Reactor undated (2013.0095)

VHS tape

Carton 9
Untitled undated (2013.0095)

Digital Minicassette

Carton 9
STA. "ALGEBRA' #305; Atomic Reactor Dedication (AV6.FM.1)

16mm Reel

Nuclear Reactor Notebook 1950-1999

This notebook was arranged and compiled by Dr. Raymond L. Murray. It contains correspondence, memos and notes dated from 1950 to 1954 and addressed to Dr. Clifford K. Beck from Dr. Murray and Dr. Arthur C. Menius, Jr., with a few pieces of correspondence from Mr. Joe G. Lundholm, Jr. and Dr. Harold A. Lamonds.

Explanatory Notes 1999
Box 3, Folder 12
Further Notes on Characteristics of N.C. State Research Reactor September 10, 1950
Box 3, Folder 13
Report on findings at Oak Ridge X-10 on radiochemical facilities January 2, 1951
Box 3, Folder 14
Report on visit to Knoxville, regarding barytes-colemanite 1951
Box 3, Folder 15
Memo No. 15 Nuclear Reactor Project assignments, NCSC #1 February 5, 1951
Box 3, Folder 16
Internal Design of Reactor, NCSC #3 February 16, 1951
Box 3, Folder 17
Radioactive Gas Disposal, NCSC #7 March 12, 1951
Box 3, Folder 18
Reactor Period vs. Reactivity, NCSC #8 April 2, 1951
Box 3, Folder 19
Friction Loss in Stack, NCSC #9 April 3, 1951
Box 4, Folder 1
Control Rod-Power Characteristics, NCSC #12 April 16, 1951
Box 4, Folder 2
Water Window Thickness, NCSC #15 April 17, 1951
Box 4, Folder 3
Control Rod Mechanism, NCSC #16 April 18, 1951
Box 4, Folder 4
Beta Particle Transmission for Aluminum Windows, NCSC #17 April 17, 1951
Box 4, Folder 5
Rate of Power Rise with Control Rod Removal April 18, 1951
Box 4, Folder 6
Effect of Proposed Al Liners in Vicinity of Reactor, NCSC #19 April 17, 1951
Box 4, Folder 7
Reactor Size and Mass, NCSC #20 June 6, 1951
Box 4, Folder 8
Reporting on colemanite concrete data from ORNL June 14, 1951
Box 4, Folder 9
Report of Los Alamos Visit June 22, 1951, NCSC #21 June 28, 1951
Box 4, Folder 10
Effect of Pb and Bismuth in Thermal Column, NCSC #23 July 5, 1951
Box 4, Folder 11
Reactor Concrete Tests, NCSC #25 July 14, 1951
Box 4, Folder 12
Concrete Tests--Second Series 1951
Box 4, Folder 13
Final Report on Concrete Tests 1951
Box 4, Folder 14
Comparison of Barytes from Different Sources July 19, 1951
Box 4, Folder 15
Report on the weight of barytes needed for the shield 1951
Box 4, Folder 16
Calculations of weight and costs of ingredients on heavy concrete for reactor shield 1951
Box 4, Folder 17
Water Window Thickness, NCSC #15 April 17, 1951
Box 4, Folder 18
Graphite and Lead Requirements, NCSC #28 July 26, 1951
Box 4, Folder 19
Weight of Reactor Shield, NCSC #29 August 2, 1951
Box 4, Folder 20
Estimate of Critical Mass, NCSC #32 August 9, 1951
Box 4, Folder 21
Disturbance of Neutron Flux in Reactor by a Control Rod, NCSC #33 August 30, 1951
Box 4, Folder 22
Shim Widths, NCSC #34 September 5, 1951
Box 4, Folder 23
Boron Curtain, NCSC #35 September 5, 1951
Box 4, Folder 24
Stack Meteorology October 17, 1951
Box 4, Folder 25
Personnel Monitoring October 17, 1951
Box 4, Folder 26
Neutron Detectors October 17, 1951
Box 4, Folder 27
Location of Area Monitors October 17, 1951
Box 4, Folder 28
Stack Monitoring October 17, 1951
Box 4, Folder 29
Ionization Chambers for Area Monitoring October 17, 1951
Box 4, Folder 30
Special Holding System for Gases, NCSC #36 October 24, 1951
Box 4, Folder 31
Display of Radioactive Gases from Reactor, NCSC #41 November 21, 1951
Box 4, Folder 32
Analysis of effect of a series of holding tanks on decay of radioactive gases, especially xenon-133 December 31, 1951
Box 4, Folder 33
Equilibrium of Radioactive Product of Intermittent Reactor Operation n.d.
Box 4, Folder 34
Activity of Reactor Cooling Water January 16, 1952
Box 4, Folder 35
Information from Oak Ridge February 15-17 February, 1952
Box 4, Folder 36
Control Mechanisms - Sources February, 1952
Box 4, Folder 37
Report on discussion with people at Oak Ridge Y-12 and X-10 on various topics. A total of 17 conclusions and recommendations, NCSC #49 February 15, 1952
Box 4, Folder 38
Notes on costs of instrumentation and assignments for implementation February 29, 1952
Box 4, Folder 39
Heat from Fission Product Radioactivity in Reactor 1952
Box 4, Folder 40
List of materials needed for aluminum envelope May 2, 1952
Box 4, Folder 41
Instrumentation Requirements for Achieving Critical Mass May 22, 1951
Box 4, Folder 42
Nuclear Reactor Instrumentation May 29, 1952
Box 4, Folder 43
Sampling Tube in Reactor June 10, 1952
Box 4, Folder 44
Boron in curtain August 4, 1951
Box 4, Folder 45
Boron-10 Ionization Chambers September 10, 1952
Box 4, Folder 46
Ion Chambers September 26, 1952
Box 4, Folder 47
Purchase of Drafting Equipment and Supplies October 6, 1952
Box 4, Folder 48
Siphon Break October 11, 1952
Box 4, Folder 49
Cadmium Sheet October 13, 1952
Box 4, Folder 50
Information on painting of water windows 1952
Box 4, Folder 51
Recorder Usage in Reactor Instrumentation October 13, 1952
Box 4, Folder 52
General Plan for Usage of Panel Space on the Control Panel October 14, 1952
Box 4, Folder 53
Gaskets for Water Windows October 18, 1952
Box 4, Folder 54
Temporary Pulse System for Criticality October 18, 1952
Box 4, Folder 55
Galvanometer System October 18, 1952
Box 4, Folder 56
Permanent Pulse Channel October 18, 1952
Box 4, Folder 57
Block Diagram of Automatic Control System October 18, 1952
Box 4, Folder 58
Log and Period System October 18, 1952
Box 4, Folder 59
Sewer Monitoring October 25, 1951
Box 4, Folder 60
Critical Flow Orifices, NCSC #56 October 25, 1952
Box 4, Folder 61
Reactor Safety Precautions January 15, 1953
Box 4, Folder 62
Memorandum on Operating Plans for the Raleigh Research Reactor, NCSC #59 February 25, 1953
Box 4, Folder 63
Gas Disposal March 17, 1953
Box 4, Folder 64
Tightness of Control Rods in Sheaths March 23, 1953
Box 4, Folder 65
Gas Holding System April 3, 1953
Box 4, Folder 66
Control and Safety Rods, NCSC #60 April 6, 1953
Box 4, Folder 67
Antimony-Beryllium Neutron Sources, NCSC #61 April 9, 1953
Box 4, Folder 68
Pelle Isberg to Reactor Group May 9, 1953
Box 4, Folder 69
Location of Instruments in the Reactor June 11, 1953
Box 4, Folder 70
Reactor Operating Procedures September 10, 1953
Box 4, Folder 71
Records that reactor is operating without recombiner October 22, 1953
Box 4, Folder 72
Effectiveness of Series Holding Tanks for Radioactive Gases 1953
Box 4, Folder 73
Control Motors October 27, 1953
Box 4, Folder 74
Control Rod, Safety Rod, and Shim Position Indicators October 26, 1953
Box 4, Folder 75
Preparation of Uranium Foils 1953
Box 4, Folder 76
Handwritten data from report (of 52 pages) 1953
Box 4, Folder 77
Table comparing Los Alamos and N.C. State reactors in reports LA-394 and "Program Administration and Installation Design of the Nuclear Reactor" 1953
Box 4, Folder 78
Renaming of College Radioisotope Committee to College Committee on Safety and Health for the Nuclear Reactor and Radioisotopes January 7, 1954
Box 4, Folder 79
Memorandum of Responsibilities, Procedures and Regulations Governing Use of Radioactivity on the Campus 1954
Box 4, Folder 80
Reactor Staff Assignments February 22, 1954
Box 4, Folder 81
Annual Report to AEC on Raleigh Research Reactor Project, NCSC #68 April 1, 1954
Box 4, Folder 82
Emergency Procedures in Case of Catastrophe Involving the Raleigh Research Reactor, NCSC #84 September 6, 1954
Box 4, Folder 83
Additional Flux Measurements on the Raleigh Reactor, NCSC #90 November 1, 1954
Box 4, Folder 84
Requests investigation of the recirculating system December 16, 1954
Box 4, Folder 85
Request for plan on intermittent sampling of gases and liquids December 16, 1954
Box 4, Folder 86
Report on effect of letting air into recombiner system and holding barrel. Very low pressure discovered. Holding pool filled. December 21, 1954
Box 4, Folder 87
Short Courses 1956-1959

These records contain brochures, budgets, contracts, committee meeting minutes, correspondence, course outlines, manuals, news releases, photographs, student rosters, and syllabi relating to the nuclear technology short courses taught at North Carolina State University from 1956-1959.

Nuclear Engineering July, 1955
Box 4, Folder 84
General April, 1956-August, 1956
Box 4, Folder 85
Brochures April, 1956-August, 1956
Box 4, Folder 86
Budgets April, 1956-August, 1956
Box 5, Folder 1
Contracts April, 1956-August, 1956
Box 5, Folder 2
Minutes April, 1956-August, 1956
Box 5, Folder 3
Students April, 1956-August, 1956
Box 5, Folder 4
Nuclear Engineering July, 1956
Box 5, Folder 5
General September, 1956-January, 1957
Box 5, Folder 6
Brochures September, 1956-January, 1957
Box 5, Folder 7
Budgets September, 1956-January, 1957
Box 5, Folder 8
Contracts September, 1956-January, 1957
Box 5, Folder 9
Minutes September, 1956-January, 1957
Box 5, Folder 10
Students September, 1956-January, 1957
Box 5, Folder 11
General February, 1957-June, 1957
Box 5, Folder 12
Budgets February, 1957-June, 1957
Box 5, Folder 13
Contracts February, 1957-June, 1957
Box 5, Folder 14
Minutes February, 1957-June, 1957
Box 5, Folder 15
Students February, 1957-June, 1957
Box 5, Folder 16
Nuclear Engineering July, 1957
Box 5, Folder 17
General September, 1957-January, 1958
Box 5, Folder 18
Budgets September, 1957-January, 1958
Box 5, Folder 19
Contracts September, 1957-January, 1958
Box 5, Folder 20
Students September, 1957-January, 1958
Box 5, Folder 21
General February, 1958-May, 1958
Box 5, Folder 22
Budgets February, 1958-May, 1958
Box 5, Folder 23
Contracts February, 1958-May, 1958
Box 5, Folder 24
Students February, 1958-May, 1958
Box 5, Folder 25
General September, 1958-January, 1959
Box 5, Folder 26
Budgets September, 1958-January, 1959
Box 5, Folder 27
Contracts September, 1958-January, 1959
Box 5, Folder 28
Students September, 1958-January, 1959
Box 5, Folder 29
General February, 1959-May, 1959
Box 5, Folder 30
Budgets February, 1959-May, 1959
Box 5, Folder 31
Contracts February, 1959-May, 1959
Box 5, Folder 32
Students February, 1959-May, 1959
Box 5, Folder 33
Unprocessed Records

Accession 2014.0118 is organized into two chronological groups. One dates to the 1980s and earlier up to the early 1990s, and the other appears to date from the mid 1990s to the early 2000s. Each group is arranged alphabetically.

Preliminary Drawings of Section Elevation Reactor Gas and Water System and Plenum Chamber Details 1955
Flat folder 1
Powerpoint Presentation of Anniversary of the Nuclear Engineering Department December 2000
Half box 6
RCRA [Resource Conservation and Recovery Act] Extension Act 1985
Half box 7
Annual Reports 1968-1993 (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 10
Annual Reports (including other departments and universities), Alumni information 1973-1996 (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 11
Annual Reports - American Nuclear Society 1960s-1991 (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 12
ANS new members - Curriculum 1980s-early 1990s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 13
Dedication folder - Exchange Program, Israel 1970s-1980s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 14
Executive Committee - Leadership Conference 1980s-early 1990s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 15
MCNC - Pulstar 1980s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 16
Radiation Industry Award - Reunion 1980s-early 1990s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 17
25th Anniversary NE Department - Work Study Students Requests 1980s-early 1990s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 18
ABET - B.S. Engineering Degree with Nuclear Emphasis 1990s-early 2000s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 19
Budgets - Carolina Power and Light 1990s-early 2000s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 20
Career Placement - Continuing Education 1990s-early 2000s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 21
Contracts and grants - DOE 1990s-early 2000s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 22
Department Head meetings - EPRC 1990s-early 2000s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 23
EPRC - Graduate Program 1990s-early 2000s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 24
Graduation Exercises - Lecture Hall dedication 1990s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 25
Library NCSU - NRP Staff NTG minutes 1990s-early 2000s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 26
NRP Decommissioning Study - Organizational charts 1990s-early 2000s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 27
Off-campus courses - Proposal opportunities 1990s-early 2000s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 28
Proposals - Reactor Repairs 1990s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 29
Reactor Safeguards Advisory Group - Short course 1990s-early 2000s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 30
Signature Authority - Telephone 1990s-early 2000s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 31
University of Tennessee Department Review - WWW 1990s-early 2000s (Accession 2014.0118)
Carton 32

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], North Carolina State University, College of Engineering, Department of Nuclear Engineering records, UA 105.016, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

Use of these materials

The nature of the NCSU Libraries' Special Collections means that copyright or other information about restrictions may be difficult or even impossible to determine despite reasonable efforts. The NCSU Libraries claims only physical ownership of most Special Collections materials.

The materials from our collections are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study, pursuant to U.S. Copyright law. The user must assume full responsibility for any use of the materials, including but not limited to, infringement of copyright and publication rights of reproduced materials. Any materials used for academic research or otherwise should be fully credited with the source.

This collection may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which North Carolina State University assumes no responsibility.