- Professor Ken Czerwinski elected as AAAS Fellow for distinguished contributions to actinide and fission product chemistry and for building a world-class radiochemistry program at UNLV
- Radiochemistry program students organize American Nuclear Society meeting: The 2012 Spring ANS student meeting, 12-15 April, is hosted at UNLV.
- Innovation awards for students: Four students associated with the UNLV Radiochemistry program, Ariana Alaniz, Ed Mausolf, Erik Johnstone, and Greg Schmidt receive awards from DOE-NE.
- DOE Press Release: October 2010: Jamie Warburton and Amber Wright receive awards for Innovative Research
- Las Vegas Sun: May 2010: New NEUP project on Kr-Xe separation involving radiochemistry program researchers announced
- Las Vegas Review Journal: May 2010: Separations Research in the UNLV Radiochemistry Program
- New York Times: April 2010: Discovery of Element 117 announced, role of UNLV Radiochemistry researchers noted.
- Christian Science Monitor: March 2010. Julie Gostic, Radiochemistry Ph.D. graduate, featured in story on nuclear forensics and education.
- Nuclear News: September, 2009. TerraPower Reactor described, includes role for UNLV Radiochemistry.
- UNLV Impacts: June, 2009 A small UNLV program just got tasked with a big job: improving technologies that could help bolster the country's nuclear power portfolio.
- Las Vegas Citylife: June 11, 2009 Nuclear fallout: What the death of Yucca Mountain means for Nevada scientists.
- Las Vegas Sun: Small beginnings, big hopes, April 27, 2009 Leading front page story in the Las Vegas Sun about the UNLV Radiochemistry program. Radiochemistry program spotlights promise of UNLV — as well as obstacles to progress.
- Chemistry & Engineering News, September 2008
Staying Alive: Despite a three-decade decline, a few universities keep nuclear and radiochemistry going.
Dr. Ken Czerwinski: Chemistry Professor in Radiochemistry
The Radiochemistry Ph.D program at UNLV is an exciting place to be! With Nevada's unique relationship with nuclear activities, Las Vegas is emerging as the place to study the chemistry of the actinides, technetium and other radionuclides. Here, we have the resources and capabilities to perform novel experiments that help us to best explore, understand, and utilize the fundamental properties of radioisotopes.
We have projects with several universities, National and International laboratories, providing ample chances for travel and a full understanding of the world's radiochemistry field.