The James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) offers on-the-job training during the summer for undergraduate students in nonproliferation studies. Participants conduct research on issues related to the spread and control of weapons of mass destruction (WMD), including: nuclear, chemical and biological weapons, and regional security issues in the former Soviet Union, Eurasia, East Asia, South Asia, and the Middle East. In addition to working on ongoing projects at CNS, interns may develop their own research projects under the guidance of senior CNS faculty. Interns will attend CNS lectures and training seminars throughout the summer. Usually, CNS starts the training program at the beginning of June for two to three months. Undergraduate programs include Summer Undergraduate Nonproliferation Internship and Davis United World College Fellowship in Nonproliferation.
Check out what our 2017 Summer Interns and Fellows achieved this summer!
2017 Interns and Fellows share the highlights of their summer below!
Read more about the Summer Undergraduate Nonproliferation Internship
Read more about the Davis United World College Fellowship in Nonproliferation
Watch the video to learn more about the highlights of the 2016 summer interns and fellows:
To get a deeper look, check out the 2013 and 2014 videos which highlight even more alumni of the program.
This year’s Summer Internship is funded by the Tom and Sarah Pattison Fund and the Earle Family Fund for International Education.
The Davis UWC Fellowship Program is funded by the Davis UWC Scholars Program.