Dr. Larry Foulke, P.E. has worked his entire career in a wide range of nuclear science and technology, including nuclear reactor performance analysis, reactor safety, environmental assessment, physical security, safeguards, nuclear materials management, and training and simulation.
Foulke served as adjunct professor in the Nuclear Engineering Department at Penn State University from 1984 to 1988. He is a Registered Professional Engineer (Nuclear) in Pennsylvania, and was inducted into the Engineering Hall of Fame at Kansas State University in 2003.
Foulke is a Fellow of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) after having served in a number of university accreditation activities.
A member of the American Nuclear Society (ANS) since 1966, he has served on the ANS Board of Directors since 1998. He was Past Chair of Pittsburgh Local Section of the ANS, and he was and is an initiator of outreach activities to science teachers and students. Foulke completed service as President of the American Nuclear Society in June, 2004.
Foulke received his PhD in Nuclear Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1967. His articles and opinion pieces have been published in a number of nuclear engineering journals and editorial pages of various newspapers. He has appeared in a number of conference panels and television opinion presentations. He regularly briefs Members of Congress and congressional staff on matters dealing with nuclear science and technology.