The resources listed on this guide will help you find career, background, and scholarly resources for your project.
For a more comprehensive list of library resources, consult the Library guide for Nuclear Engineering.
For additional help, contact Jane Stephens (librarian) - firstname.lastname@example.org - 979-845-5382. I can meet with individual students, or groups of students.
Access one of the databases below to search the text of hundreds of books simultaneously. Handbooks are an important specialized type of book used in all engineering disciplines. Handbooks provide information crucial to the engineering design process, such as: compilations of data, concise overviews of engineering topics, and formulas. Handbooks and other reference books are a good resource for background information.
The societies and institutes listed below provide career information, including job vacancies. Use these descriptions to get a sense of what certain types of engineers do, what their responsibilities are, and perhaps salaries.
the databases below contain citations (descriptions) to millions of journal articles and conference papers - as well as other material. They do NOT contain full text. Use the "find text@TAMU" button connected to every citation for document retrieval options. Use the "Get it For Me" service to acquire anything not owned by the TAMU Libraries. Contact your librarian (Jane Stephens) for help.