Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies student Michala Braun was one of only two graduate students invited to present their research as part of a panel discussion at the annual Strategic Multilayer Assessment (SMA) conference held on April 3-4, 2018 in Washington, D.C.
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Leaders in the green energy, labor, and fossil fuel sectors will come together April 17 at the Middlebury Institute to discuss strategies for addressing the economic impacts of climate policies.
This 2-week course in Prague offered during the winter term, offers students the opportunity to attend lectures at the Department of Nuclear Reactors at the Czech Technical University (CTU), conduct experiments on the research reactor, and go on site visits.
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