Emily Caffrey was among the honorees at the 2019 College of Engineering Oregon Stater Awards on February 21, 2019, at Oregon State University (OSU). The OSU alumni honored at this event were the Hall of Fame honoree, Robert Yüksel Yildirim, five inductees into the Academy of Distinguished Engineers, and ten new members of the Council of Outstanding Early Career Engineers. Emily was recognized among the Council of Outstanding Early Career Engineers, reserved for Oregon Staters with fewer than 20 years of professional experience whose contributions have distinguished them as future leaders in their field or profession.
Emily earned her B.S. in Nuclear Engineering in 2010, her M.S. in Radiation Health Physics in 2012, and her Ph.D. in Radiation Health Physics in 2016, all from OSU. She’s been a valuable member of the RAC team since 2016. Emily currently serves as president of the Alabama chapter of the Health Physics Society and is also an adjunct professor at both OSU and the University of Alabama- Birmingham (UAB).
Read more about Emily and her professional achievements on the Oregon State University College of Engineering website