Sam Nunn, Peter Brecke, and Various INTA Students

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Former U.S. Senator Sam Nunn

Joe Bankoff, Chair
International Affaris

Welcome to the Sam Nunn School

This school lies at the vibrant intersection of science, technology and international relations and policy.  In a world that is rapidly shrinking and ever more interconnected and where the explosion of technology is impacting all parts of the globe - we focus on equipping our students with Georgia Tech's cutting edge technology tools, a global perspective and leadership skills through a new model of professional education that is theoretically grounded and practice and policy oriented.

  • Senator Sam Nunn

    Sam Nunn Recognized
    by Georgia Trend for
    Bipartisan …

    Georgia Trend magazine recognized Sam Nunn in its “30 Years of Influence” feature, which spotlights 30 of Georgia’s most influential leaders in business, government, nonprofit work, philanthropy, education, and the arts.

  • James

    Former Joint Chiefs
    of Staff Member
    Named to Faculty

    Admiral James “Sandy” Winnefeld, the most recent vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has been named a faculty member at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Winnefeld joins the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs as a Distinguished Professor. He will also serve as a senior fellow in the School’s Center for International Strategy, Technology and Policy, which focuses on policy research.

  • Margaret E. Kosal

    Kosal on Federal
    Bioterrorism Policy

    Nunn School Assistant Professor, Margaret E. Kosal, was quoted on proposed U.S. preparedness and federal policy to respond to the use of biological weapons by terrorists in “America not ready for a bioterror attack.”

    “Putting the responsibilities for handling a bioterror attack into one agency, however, could be a bad idea", said Margaret Kosal, an assistant professor at Georgia Tech and a bioterrorism expert. She said the Department of Defense, which historically has taken on bioterrorism preparation, has a drastically different mission than, say, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    “If one tried to collapse all of the resources and all of the budgets for bioterrorism response into one agency, we would end up less prepared than we are now," Kosal told the Examiner.

  • Wednesday September 9 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

    Iran Nuclear Deal:
    Triumph of Diplomacy
    or Dangerous …

    The Nuclear Deal with Iran has generated a lot of buzz over the past several months. But what does it entail? Why are some happy with the deal and others not? What are the risks and rewards for such a deal? If you have asked yourself these questions, or simply want to know more about what the deal means for global politics, then please come join faculty from the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and the School of Nuclear and Radiological Engineering as they discuss the drivers behind the Iran Nuclear Agreement and implications for it moving forward.

  • Thursday September 10 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Media Coverage and
    Public Debate in

    Georgia Tech's Jean Monnet Center of Excellence, in conjunction with INTA Hour, is pleased to present a public talk by Rickey Bevington, Senior Anchor/Correspondent, GPB Radio and local host for NPR's nationally syndicated "All Things Considered" weekdays on 88.5FM from 4 to 7 p.m.  She will be speaking about her observations on Media Coverage and Public Debate in Europe during her Marshall Memorial Fellowship in the Spring.

  • Friday September 11 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

    ICLAST: Bioethics

    The ICLAST interdisciplinary research discussion series is designed to encourage research collaborations and to disseminate research to faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and masters and undergraduate students across the College and campus. Panelists from different Georgia Tech units present their research on a common topic linking the liberal arts, sciences, and technology. A 30-minute general discussion will follow.