Rachel Staley Grant
Deputy Vice President, Communications
Teaching guides on nuclear security, analytic reports on topics
such as U.S.-Russia relations and cyber nuclear security, infographics, films, tutorials
and more. NTI is bringing its top educational tools to professors and students
over the next month, at events including the International Studies Association
and Arms Control conference on October 13-14th at American
University and at the National Model United
Nations (NMUN) conference on November 4th, both in Washington,
NTI materials also will be available on November 4th
in Los Angeles at the Youth
Disarmament Conference organized by Alliance Dr. Olga Mohan High School and
Physicians for Social Responsibility.
NTI’s extensive educational content on nuclear
policy, biological weapons, radiological security, and cyber threats also is
available online for undergraduate and graduate courses in international
relations, security studies, diplomacy, nuclear sciences, and more. Find NTI resources here, and sign up to
receive updates on new materials here.
Are you planning a conference on nuclear issues?
We’re happy to provide materials to assist with your event. Contact our
Director of Public Education, Rachel Staley Grant at [email protected]
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High-profile global leaders and experts from five continents will gather in Buenos Aires on November 20-21 to address today’s nuclear security concerns, engage policy makers and raise awareness about nuclear risks.
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A new video, shown at the launch of the 2014 NTI Index, applauds the seven countries that removed all or most weapons-usable nuclear materials since 2012.