Stulberg participates at the CNS 20th Anniversary Celebration
Professor Adam N. Stulberg presented at the CNS 20th Anniversary Celebration: The Power and Promise of Nonproliferation Education and Training - Monterey, CA in December 2009.
Adam N. Stulberg was present at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies as they celebrated its 20th Anniversary 3-5 December 2009, with an international conference on "The Power and Promise of Nonproliferation Education and Training". The conference consisted of panels covering the importance of nonproliferation education and training, educational methodologies, regional nonproliferation efforts, and the role of foundations, NGOs, and the media in educating the public. Ambassador Linton Brooks (Former Under-Secretary of Energy for Nuclear Security, USA), Ambassador Susan Burk (Special Representative of the President of the United States for Nuclear Nonproliferation, Washington, DC), Ambassador Jayantha Dhanapala (Former UN Under-Secretary-General for Disarmament Affairs, Colombo, Sri Lanka), The Honorable Andrew Weber (Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense), and other experts participated in the anniversary events.
Professor Stulberg participated on the panel "Ways Forward in Nonproliferation Education and Training". Other panelists included Professor William Potter (Professor and CNS Director) and Professor Matthew Bunn (Professor, Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government).
Watch Video Clip of Panel Discussion.
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