The various project activities CRESP undertakes are designed to attract and train people interested in careers in nuclear waste management. This includes opportunities at undergraduate and graduate degree levels as well as for continuing professional education related to nuclear waste management. Specifically, the Consortium:

  • Develops courses and curricula
  • Recruits students
  • Develops student summer research and internship programs
  • Trains students at the Master (MS, MEng), Doctoral (PhD) and postdoctoral levels
  • Establishes an internship program
  • Provides workshops, seminars and other continuing education opportunities

Early Career Program

CRESP funds approximately 20 early career researchers, which we define as PhD students and postdocs.  In addition, there are MS and undergraduate students, and other affiliated PhD students and postdocs who participate in the community. The objectives of the program are:

  • foster a community of graduate students and postdocs, linking the disparate geographic sites
  • create professional development opportunities for our early career researchers through networking and internships
  • connect all CRESP researchers with EM practitioners to enhance our research impact (Read more)

Graduate Student Support

The following universities provide support for postdoctoral, graduate and undergraduate students working on CRESP projects:

  • Vanderbilt University
  • Georgia Tech
  • Howard University
  • Oregon State University
  • University of Virginia




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