Education and Training

The people at MURR and their colleagues at the University of Missouri are committed to fostering a thriving environment for nuclear science and engineering education and research, with the MURR Center as a cornerstone to campus initiatives in cultivating and expanding its user base.

  • Cooperative Seminars
    MURR is proud to support forward thinking initiatives in nuclear safeguards and security. Partnering with the International Atomic Energy Association (IAEA) and the US Department of Energy affords many opportunities.

  • Graduate & Undergraduate Programs
    Offering four-year and graduate programs in engineering, chemistry, physics, biochemistry, arts and science.

  • Fellowship in Radiopharmacuetical Chemistry
    Sponsored by the University of Missouri in conjuction with the National Cancer Institute and Brookhaven National Laboratory

  • Nuclear Science & Engineering for Secondary Science Teachers
    Each summer semester, the University of Missouri offers a three-credit hour course designed specifically for high school science teachers currently engaged in teaching.

  • Nuclear Energy Technology Workforce Center (NETWork)
    Created to respond to the nuclear industry’s growing need for well-trained specialists, the NETWork Center is poised to support the current and next generation of nuclear power plants, medical facilities, national laboratories and other research services. 

  • Professional Development Programs
    A seminar series for nuclear engineering and related professionals.

  • Specialized Training
    Part of the NETWork program, making it possible to develop many types of specialized training.