Maj. James Bevins received the Colonel Charles A. Stone Award
Maj. James Bevins received the Colonel Charles A. Stone Award. This award is given in recognition of an individual who accomplished specific achievements that furthered the AFIT mission through new and innovative efforts involving demonstrated personal leadership. The award is named in honor of Col. Stone, the dean of AFIT’s School of Systems and Logistics from 1962-1966, who was instrumental in the school receiving accreditation to award master of science degrees. Bevins is an assistant professor of nuclear engineering in AFIT’s Graduate School of Engineering and Management where his research interests include radiation transport modeling, radiation detection and analysis methods for nuclear security applications. In 2019 he led a robust research group of nine master’s students, four doctoral students, and one research faculty member while directly executing over one million dollars in nuclear focused research. Under his leadership, the group published six journal articles with five more in review, 13 conference papers, and two provisional patents.