MNE Emeritus Faculty


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James Brasseur

Professor Emeritus

205 Reber Building


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Gary Catchen

Professor Emeritus

115 Breazeale Nuclear Reactor Building


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Robert Edwards

Professor Emeritus

0228 Reber Building


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Robert Heinsohn

Professor Emeritus

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Edward Stephen Kenney

Professor Emeritus

Photo of Edward Klevans

Edward Klevans

Professor Emeritus

336B Reber Building


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Gary Koopmann

Professor Emeritus

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Kenneth Kuo

Distinguished Professor Emeritus

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John Lamancusa

Professor Emeritus

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Samuel Levine

Professor Emeritus

323 Reber Building


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Michael Modest

Distinguished Professor Emeritus

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Forrest Remick

Professor Emeritus

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Gordon Robinson

Professor Emeritus

236A Reber Building


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Domenic Santavicca


132 Research Building East


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Robert Santoro

Professor Emeritus

232 Research Building East


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Barry Scheetz

Professor Emeritus

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Frank Schmidt

Professor Emeritus

Photo of Gary Settles

Gary Settles

Distinguished Professor Emeritus

301D Reber Building


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Gita Talmage

Professor Emerita

306 Reber Building


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Stephen Turns

Professor Emeritus

114 Research Building East


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David Wormley

Dean of Engineering Emeritus

206 Transportation Research Building




The Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at Penn State is one of the nation’s largest and most successful engineering departments. We serve more than 1,000 undergraduate students and more than 330 graduate students

We offer B.S. degrees in mechanical engineering and nuclear engineering as well as resident (M.S., Ph.D.) and online (M.S., M.Eng.) graduate degrees in nuclear engineering and mechanical engineering. MNE's strength is in offering hands-on experience in highly relevant research areas, such as energy, homeland security, biomedical devices, and transportation systems.

Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

137 Reber Building

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802-4400

Phone: 814-865-2519