Next Tuesday is National Screening Day for The Man Who Saved the World, a film about Stanislav Petrov, a retired Soviet military officer who prevented the start of a worldwide nuclear war. Come to INMM and The Ellison Center’s screening at Thomson Hall 101 at 5:30 PM next Tuesday, February 3rd. Check out our Register for Events page for more details!
Your can register for the event here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-man-who-saved-the-world-national-screening-day-at-uw-tickets-15384689019
Check out our Internships & Opportunities page to see current jobs and opportunities for Policy and STEM students. Our new listing is a Summer Fellows Program in South Korea with NEREC, the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Education and Research Center. The flyer can be found here: NEREC Summer Fellows Program Information, and the application can be found here: NEREC Summer Fellows Program Application Form.
Come to our New Year, New Ideas event on Thursday from 5-7 in Thomson Hall 101. We will be hearing from TerraPower, a nuclear energy technology company based in Bellevue, Washington.
You can register the event on our Register for Events page!
Thanks to everyone who came out to our November event: Fields of Plenty. If you’d like to access the presentation that Dr. Undem gave, click on the link below:
Death, Destruction and Deterrence:
On October 29th at 5:30
Dr. Robert Butterworth
In keeping with the Halloween theme of the month, our subject matter is the scariest thing we can think of…the prospect of nuclear war. Our speaker is going to discuss, among other things, America’s nuclear arsenal. His talk is titled “Death, Destruction, and Deterrence: Grave Unknowns.”
The event will take place in Allen Auditorium (in Allen Library) on 10/29 at 5:30.
Register early, seating is limited!
Registration has now ended. Please attend our next event!
Bob Butterworth, a member of the Breaking Defense Board of Contributors, is a consultant and expert on nuclear issues and intelligence. The president of Aries Analytics, Butterworth was former senior advisor to the head of Space Command and was a staffer on the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, as well as on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.