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Useful Information

Educational Links:

Web Elements Periodic Table of Elements

NNDC Interactive Nuclide Chart

Nuclear Links:

Department of Energy- Office of Nuclear Energy

ATR National Scientific User Facility

Nuclear Energy Institute

American Nuclear Society

The Minerals, Metals and Materials Site

Texas A&M Department of Nuclear Engineering Official Twitter Feed

Texas A&M Department of Nuclear Engineering Official Facebook Page

Texas A&M Links:

The Office of Graduate Studies Home Page

The Office of Graduate Studies Degree Plan Submission System

TAMU Elearning

Bi-Weekly Pay Schedule (FY 2012)

Timesheet Form

Student Waiver of Liability

Department Policy on Student Support for Conference Travel

Mileage in a Personal Vehicle Guide

Direct Deposit Form

TEES Forms:

Travel and Advance Form

Travel Allowance Guide

Tax Exemption Form


Information for prospective visitors:

Prospective business visitors information:

The Easterwood Airport is located in the southwest corner of College Station and is the premiere airport of the Bryan-College Station area.

For per diem rates visit the U.S General Service Administration's guide.

For State contracted hotels in College Station visit Here (for government employees only)


College Station Information:

The Bryan-College Station area, also known as the BCS or Twin Cities, is a college town located in the central to southeastern part of Texas. College Station has a population of approximately 95,000 and is home to one of Texas' flagship institutions, Texas A&M University. A&M ranks as one of the top engineering schools in America and its Nuclear Engineering programs rank 4th in the nation. Below you will find a map of College Station and it's surrounding areas. Feel free to visit the City of College Station's website.

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