Simon Saradzhyan is the founding director of the Russia Matters Project at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. Mr. Saradzhyan also helps advance the center’s U.S.-Russia Initiative to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism. His research interests include international arms control, counterterrorism, and foreign, defense, and security policies of Russia and other post-Soviet states and their relations with great powers. This will be a special opportunity to hear his latest work, as well as ask questions of the expert.
Elizabeth Bone is an intelligence analyst who has worked in the defense contractor community for over ten years. After three years with Booz Allen Hamilton, she spent the next seven years working for Centra Technology providing contract support to various offices in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Elizabeth will share her insights on getting a career started as a defense consultant, and will also highlight the counterterrorism work she did while working for DHS.
All Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies (NPTS) students are strongly encouraged to join us for this panel, which we hope will provide helpful insights into starting your career in an NPTS-related field. Members of this panel have had highly esteemed careers in US and foreign government agencies, national laboratories, intergovernmental organizations and private sector consulting firms. CACS Career and Academic Advisor Jen Holguin will moderate the panel. NPTS students: Please look for an email from Jen and submit your questions for the panel in advance!
It can seem impossible to discuss topics like climate change across the chasms of political viewpoint, culture, and class. Many climate change skeptics, however, share common values with environmental activists and scientists, but respectful communication is the key.
Join Monterey Bay Meditation Studio co-founder, Katie Dutcher, for a 20-minute drop-in guided meditation to help balance stress and reset your energy. No previous experience with meditation necessary! These casual and relaxing sessions are offered by the Office of Student Services on the following Thursday evenings:February 15, 22March 1, 8, 15 April 5, 12, 26May 3, 10