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If you have any questions or comments for us we would love to hear from you. We enjoy answering any and all questions you may have especially those regarding the nuclear industry, RPI, or our section. In order to answer inquiries as quickly as possible we have established a set of helpful communication guidelines listed below. 

NE Program and MANE ContactS

Dr. Yaron Danon

Professor, Nuclear Engineering Program Director

Director of the Gaerttner Linear Accelerator

Phone:  (518) 276-4008


Marie Dieffenbach

Enrollment and Student Services Administrator

Phone:  (518) 276-2255


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Nuclear Engineering Funds - Designate one of the following funds when you give to RPI

  1. Nuclear Engineering Excellence Fund

  2. Program Development, Undergraduate Student Research and Travel, Laboratory Maintenance, Student Recruiting

  3. Richard Lahey Distinguished Lecture Fund

  4. Each year, two to four leaders in Nuclear Engineering are invited to come to RPI to deliver this lecture in honor of a former faculty member of RPI.

  5. Robert Block Prize for Graduate Research in Nuclear Engineering

  6. A nuclear engineering graduate student is selected based on research merit to receive this annual award in honor of a former faculty member of RPI.

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