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Engineers are the foundation of today’s technological world. The Woodruff School graduates high caliber engineers for a demanding profession.
The Woodruff School provides graduate students with an exceptional research environment under the direction of world-class faculty at the cutting edge of their fields.
Our research is focused on addressing global challenges. Woodruff School faculty are known for their collaborative and interdisciplinary approach to research as they leverage resources to tackle emerging challenges.
Student Spotlight: Sadie Wicks
Sadie Wicks is a first-year NRE student from Roberta, Georgia who was drawn to the major for a variety of reasons. Learn why she chose nuclear engineering, the benefits of Greek life, her involvement with professional organizations, and her passion for racing cars.
Faculty Spotlight: Associate Professor Tianye Niu
Tianye Niu is a leader of the Advanced Imaging Laboratory for Radiation Therapy and an Associate Professor in the Woodruff School. Learn about his path to Atlanta, the motivations behind his research, and what drew him to Georgia Tech.
Alumni Spotlight: Kelly Kisling (NRE '08)
Kelly Kisling (NRE '08), Assistant Professor at UC San Diego School of Medicine and Medical Physicist at UC San Diego Health, is featured in the "Rising Stars of Engineering" section of the College of Engineering's Helluva Engineer magazine.
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