Rachel Staley Grant
Deputy Vice President, Communications
WMDD policy and data on nuclear weapons, biological weapons, radiological security, and terrorism are complex and can be challenging to teach
Develop extensive research library and interactive content that responds to needs of university-level professors and students
Network of educators and students engaged in WMDD education that is accessible, comprehensive and value-added for undergraduate and graduates
Public education has always been central to NTI’s mission of building a safer world. To foster greater understanding of the complex issues around weapons of mass destruction and disruption, NTI has continuously invested in the development of educational content for professors and students. The content includes tutorials, films, reports, databases, interactive graphics and more, and it is all available through the NTI website.
NTI also engages with university-level professors and students through in-person conferences and events, social media, and quarterly email updates. If you teach or study issues related to our work, sign up to this network below to keep updated on what we have to offer you.
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NTI develops nresources in partnership with the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, a premier educational institution devoted exclusively to research and training on nonproliferation issues.
A new database created by CNS on NTI’s website documents all of North Korea’s missile test launches since 1984.
Resources on Russia’s nuclear program, disarmament treaties, and recommendations for preventing nuclear confrontation between Russia and the U.S.
CNS and NTI release two new educational videos and B-roll footage of Indian and Pakistani facilities, along with new B-roll footage of Pakistan's missile fleet.
NTI and the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies published a new infographic this week illustrating North Korea’s missile capability and strategic threat.
NTI and the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies have published new footage of Iran’s ballistic missile fleet, including 3D models of Iran’s Safir Space Launch Vehicle.
NTI, in partnership with the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), has released two new tutorials on Biological Weapons Nonproliferation and Nuclear Testing.
More than 40 innovators, nuclear experts, artists, filmmakers, and authors gathered for a 4-day nuclear summit to learn about various aspects of the nuclear weapons debate.
Former Senators Sam Nunn and Richard Lugar will discuss the achievements of the bipartisan initiative and the importance of bringing renewed attention to this critical work going forward.
NTI and CNS have released a new 3D video of North Korea's Sinpo facility, the hub of North Korean efforts to develop a submarine-launched ballistic missile.
Our new interactive tutorial covers the basics on the U.S. nuclear budget, from the programs associated with it and how much is spent.
NTI is working with partners Creative Santa Fe, N Square, and Pop Tech to host the Santa Fe Nuclear Weapons Summit to engage a new type of discussion about nuclear security and proliferation.
NTI has resources for students and professors interested in the history, theory, and policy surrounding weapons of mass destruction and disruption.
Infectious diseases kill more than 17 million people each year, yet biological agents rarely make headlines. A new video produced by CNS helps explain how we can prevent biological threats
The European Leadership Network hosted a screening of the new documentary Command and Control.
In anticipation of the fourth and final Nuclear Security Summit, NTI has released an Insider's Guide to the Nuclear Security Summit.
The IAEA estimates that nuclear power generation facilities produce about 200,000 cubic meters of low and intermediate-level waste each year.
NTI is rolling out the beta version of our new website.
From the sidelines of the Cuban Missile Crisis to the invention of stealth technology, William J. Perry recounts his life's work in My Journey at the Nuclear Brink.
David Hamburg, from NTI, received the 2015 Pardes Humanitarian Prize in Mental Health from the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Friday night in New York City.
A new back-to-school NTI-CNS tutorial covers the basics of nuclear materials, reactors and weapons with interactive learning tools and powerful graphics.
George P. Shultz and Dr. Henry A. Kissinger discuss the threats from nuclear weapons and vulnerable nuclear material.
NTI's Innovating Verification Overview is now available in Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish.
A new NTI-CNS tutorial features fresh, interactive learning tools to bring students, professionals and media up to speed on the risks posed by nuclear and radiological terrorism.
NTI Vice President, International Program Corey Hinderstein received the first-ever ''Early Career Award.''
Center for Nonproliferation Studies and NTI launch new video library with 3D models of key nuclear, chemical and biological facilities around the world.
A new book highlights NTI Co-Chairman Ted Turner's commitment to philanthropy, environmentalism and nuclear threat reduction.
Sam Nunn and Richard Lugar Awarded for their work in creating the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction Program.
NTI Board Member Shirley Williams honored former UK official and deterrence expert, Michael Quinlan in a lecture titled, "The Ultimate Weapon: Deterrent or Dinosaur?"
See links to a wide range of resources on North Korea's nuclear and missile programs from NTI and the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.
NTI Co-Chairman Senator Sam Nunn was awarded the Knight Commander’s Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany
North Korea launched a long-range rocket today, which early reports show achieved orbit. See links to a wide range of research and news resources from NTI.
NTI President Joan Rohlfing gave opening remarks at an NTI-Carnegie Endowment for International Peace event titled "Less Is Better: Nuclear Restraint at Low Numbers."
NTI’s new brochure won the Platinum Award from MarComm, an international awards competition that recognizes outstanding creative achievement.
NTI launches a new interactive resource on the Cuban Missile Crisis and calls on United States and Russia to lead new global security efforts to address today’s urgent dangers.
The Cuban Missile Crisis is history, but the nuclear threat is still with us. NTI provides fact sheets, op-eds, backgrounders and links for the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Experts, commentary, NTI resources and recommended reading on the 2012 NATO Summit in Chicago.
NTI experts available to media covering the May 2012 NATO Summit, where NATO will unveil its Deterrence and Defense Posture Review
Statement by former Senator Sam Nunn, NTI CEO and co-chairman on May 8, 2012 on Senator Dick Lugar