We’re Ready for Back-to-School!

Classes are about to begin, and NTI is here to help. We’ve compiled our most popular  educational content related to weapons of mass destruction—largely created in partnership with the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS)—on one resource page.

The Back-to-School page is designed with professors and students in mind. We offer extensive and accurate educational content related to nuclear policy, biological weapons, radiological security, and cyber threats for undergraduate and graduate courses in international relations, security studies, diplomacy, counter-terrorism, nuclear sciences, and more.

Professors will find our top teaching tools and resources, including: 

  • WMD Threat Tutorials (including our newest ones on biological weapons, nuclear testing, and the U.S. nuclear budget)
  • North Korea and Iran Missile Testing Databases
  • NTI Papers on radiological security, U.S.-Russian relations, and cybersecurity
  • Nuclear Materials Security Lesson Plan and Simulation Exercise
  • Nuclear Tipping Point Film and Teacher’s Guide                                 

We have even more resources to help students this semester. Writing a paper on a specific country or WMD issue, for example? Our Back-to-School page will take you directly to our most popular country profiles as well as WMD threat overviews that include interactive tools and analysis.

This Back-to-School initiative is part of NTI’s public education mission, aimed at providing professors, students, researchers, and other public audiences the need-to-know facts about WMD related threats. Working in collaboration with CNS, NTI offers a comprehensive library of tools and resources. Visit our Learn section to find out more.

August 24, 2017
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Our Back-to-School resource page contains our most popular educational content to help professors and students prepare for undergraduate and graduate courses in international relations, security studies, diplomacy, counter-terrorism, nuclear sciences, and more.