The nomination period is now open for the 2014 Research Excellence Awards.
Radiation Safety Committee
The Radiation Safety Committee (RSC) is the governing body for all aspects of radiation protection within the university. This mandate includes all affiliated research, instructional and service units using ionizing and non-ionizing radiation sources or devices (collectively referred to as “radiation sources”) in facilities owned or controlled by the university.
The RSC ensures that all possession, use and disposition of radiation sources by the university personnel complies with pertinent federal and state regulations and with specific conditions of licenses to the university, and that all concomitant radiation exposures are maintained as low as reasonably achievable (ALARA).
Radiation Safety Manual
Policies and procedures for the use of radioactive materials and radiation-emitting devices on campus are contained in the N.C. A&T Radiation Safety Manual. Click here for the manual.
Application for the use of radiation-producing equipment and sealed sources
To apply to the Radiation Safety Committee, click here. For questions regarding the application, contact the Radiation Safety Officer, Mr. Dan Hurley, click here for email or 334-7992.
Research clearance for graduating master's and doctoral candidates
The Graduate School requires that students applying for graduation be cleared through the Office of Research Compliance and Ethics to ensure the University’s compliance with applicable laws governing research.