History: Greg is a Utah native currently working on his Master’s in Nuclear Engineering. Greg obtained his Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering with a minor in nuclear engineering from the University of Utah. Greg’s work experience includes three years at the Energy and Geoscience Institute at the University of Utah, a summer internship at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and an internship in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Washington.  Outside of work and school Greg’s hobbies include baseball and basketball, with most summer Saturdays being spent playing baseball.
Greg had this to say about UNEP: The Nuclear Engineering Program at the University of Utah provides great opportunities in research and professional development.  The program has seen major growth the last few years and I can comfortably say that I would never have received some of the amazing research, internship, and reactor operation experiences I have gained being part of UNEP.   These opportunities available to all students are geared to preparing students for real world experience, both in research and industry that will prepare them for successful careers as nuclear engineers.  Now is a great time to be part of the program and the field because there is great demand in the world for nuclear engineers. 
Research:  Greg’s research is focused on modeling neutron sources and their applications in medicine, nuclear power, nuclear safeguards and industry.