Kimberlee Kearfott Headshot

Kim Kearfott


Nuclear Engineering & Radiological Sciences (NERS)

ENGR 100 Section 900

Office: 1943 Cooley



Sc.D. Nuclear Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
M.S.E. Nuclear Engineering, University of Virginia
B.S. Engineering, St. Mary’s University, Nova Scotia

Research / Professional Interests: 

Personnel dosimetry, environmental radionuclide modeling and measurement, radioactive waste transportation, management, disposal, decommissioning and decontamination, physiological models, internal dose assessment, radiation detection and external dosimetry, applied radiation protection

Other Courses Taught: 

Introduction to Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, Fundamentals of Nuclear Engineering, Radiological Health Engineering Fundamentals, Medical Radiological Health Engineering, Internal Radiation Dose Assessment

Hobby / Fun Fact:

Professor Kearfott’s favorite hobby is dog tracking, a search-and-rescue related sport where handlers use trained dogs to reconstruct where a human walked and find articles that they dropped.