DOE/FIU Science & Technology Workforce Development Program

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  • EM partners with Florida International University to offer paid research opportunities and summer internships for minority-student scientists and engineers across EM facilities, like this robot Brendon Cintas is developing to help monitor large underground waste tanks at the Hanford Site.

    DOE Fellows Help Demonstrate Robotic Monitoring of EM Waste Site

      RICHLAND, Wash. – EM has partnered with Florida International University (FIU) to build DOE’s workforce while furthering the Hanford Site cleanup mission. EM collaborates with FIU to offer paid research opportunities and summer internships for minority-student […]

  • Ms. Vivian Cato pictured with Dr. Lagos (ARC Director of Research) and FIU DOE Fellow Students

    Ms. Vivian Cato from SRNL visits FIU-ARC

    On 01/23 and 01/24, FIU’s Applied Research Center (ARC) had the pleasure of hosting Ms. Vivian Cato from Savannah River National laboratory.  Ms. Cato is the program manager for Department […]


Message from Dr. Leonel Lagos, Program Director

Leonel E. Lagos, Program DirectorI wanted to let you know about an incredible opportunity made possible to FIU minority students thanks to the sponsorship and funding of the US Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management (DOE-EM). In an effort to overcome the challenges of an aging workforce, DOE-EM is actively and aggressively targeting college students across the US to enter DOE’s workforce.
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Dr. Leonel Lagos' Bio


  • Dear Dr. Lagos,
    Thank you for engraining “GANAS” in us fortunate DOE Fellows at FIU.  Today, the University of Tennessee – Knoxville confirmed my Ph.D. in Energy Science and Engineering with an interdisciplinary minor in computational science.  The DOE Fellows program and your mentoring will forever be impacting my life.
    Very best regards,

    Stephen Wood, Computational Engineer University of Tennessee Joint Institute for Computational Sciences (JICS)