Stulberg receives 2010 Ivan Allen Jr. Legacy Faculty Award

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Professor Adam N. Stulberg receives the 2010 Ivan Allen Jr. Legacy Faculty Award

Sam Nunn School of International Affairs Associate Professor Adam Stulberg was the recipient of the 2010 Ivan Allen Jr. Legacy Faculty Award.

This award recognizes a current Georgia Tech faculty member who is not only an exceptional scholar and teacher, but who has also demonstrated an exceptional commitment to serving students, at the College, the Institute, and in the community.

Associate Dean John Tone of the Ivan Allen College introduced Stulberg's award...

Dr. Stulberg received his PhD in Political Science at UCLA in 1996. Adam is author of one book and co-author of two others as well as the author of numerous articles.

Adam is co-director of the Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy, the research arm of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech. In this capacity, Adam has shown himself to be a highly skilled and visionary leader, working on projects supported by the MacArthur Foundation that strengthen the nuclear nonproliferation regime. Since 1997, Adam has worked closely with Senator Sam Nunn in drafting policy recommendations and background studies on future directions for the U.S. Cooperative Threat Reduction Program.

Adam has held several post-docs and research positions and has served as consultant to RAND, the Carnegie Corporation, and the Nuclear Threat Initiative.

While doing all of this, Adam has earned a reputation at Georgia Tech as one of its best teachers. His courses on non-proliferation and on Russian and Eurasian politics fill quickly and receive rave reviews. And his seminar on international security is legendary among the graduate students. One student described Adam's class as the most difficult but also the most stimulating course he had every taken.

In short, Dr. Stulberg is a first rate scholar and colleague who through his work on non-proliferation and other activities has had an enormously positive role in the world. We are all very proud to call him colleague and to see him named the Faculty Legacy Award winner for 2010.


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