I chose to study nuclear energy because I think it can be the foundation of a sustainable future. Bootcamp showed me how I could be creative to help build that vision of tomorrow.
Mitch Negus (2017)
Some of the largest challenges that nuclear energy will face in the coming years are not technological, but political and social. The nuclear industry needs translators--approachable, but well-informed mouthpieces--to bring about a change in attitude at both the grass roots and national levels.
Megan Casper (2016)
It changed my view of the future of nuclear energy and showed me that we can still do something to tackle the problems that the industry is facing.
Andrea Saltos (2016)
Bootcamp showed me that there are like-minded people who are trying to change the world by looking at nuclear technologies in unconventional ways.
Kyle Brumback (2016)
I always assumed that graduate school left me with three career options: academia, industry, and national labs. I now see a small fourth option, starting a business.
Milos Atz (2016)
I set out to make a greater impact in the world when I applied for my [Master in Public Administration], I now know that Nuclear Energy is how I can achieve this.
Cindy Rodriguez (2016)
You probably do not realize what a watershed moment this is in the field of Nuclear Engineering.
Karl van Bibber (UCB)
This was a wonderful event [that] created a wave in the market and lots of chatter.