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Alumni & Industry Support

The Radiological Sciences Program is very fortunate to have the generous support of members of our Health Physics Advisory Board, Emeritus faculty, and alumni and their companies.

Other notable supporters of the program include the following:

  • Lorenzo Cabrera
  • Gary Nadeau
  • Tina Reeves
  • William Rhodes III
  • Michael and Mary Gene Ryan
  • Steven Snay
  • James Tarpinian
  • Yun Yang
  • Cabrera Services is a radiological science, engineering, and remediation company that specializes in the Decontamination and Decommissioning (D&D) of buildings, facilities and land areas.

    Cabrera Services

  • CANBERRA has been serving the nuclear community for over five decades. The company is the leading provider of innovative and cost-effective nuclear measurement solutions used to maintain safety of personnel, assess the health of nuclear facilities and safeguard the public and the environment.

    Canberra Industries

  • DDES LLC was founded to primarily serve pharmaceutical, biotechnology and research companies that use radioactive materials for R&D or active production.

    Decontamination Decommissioning and Environmental Services

  • Radcompliance is an experienced team of Radiation safety program consultants, provide radiation protection programs online.


  • RSCS offers expertise in all aspects of radiation safety and radiation measurement applications.

    Radiation Safety and Control Services

  • The Sandia National Laboratories, managed and operated by the National Technology and Engineering Solutions of Sandia, is one of three National Nuclear Security Administration research and development laboratories.

    Sandia National Laboratories

  • Thermo Fisher Scientific is an American multinational, biotechnology product development company, created in 2006 by the merger of Thermo Electron and Fisher Scientific.

    Thermo Fisher Scientific

One of the best ways to support the Radiological Sciences Program is to consider our undergraduate and graduate students for internship opportunities, and our recent graduates for employment opportunities. Please send your internship or job announcement to the Radiological Sciences Program Coordinator (see contact information), and the announcement will be distributed to our students and recent graduates.

Donations to the program under the Radiological Sciences Discretionary Fund also help to enhance the educational experience of students in the program, and build camaraderie and esprit de corps. From the university’s website, select “Make a Gift,” then under Designations select “Other,” then specify “Radiological Sciences Discretionary Fund” in the box provided for Other Fund Name.

Chemical/Nuclear Engineering student working in reactor.

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