Who We Are
Founded in 1990, the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs is dedicated to educating the next generation of scholars and practitioners on diverse approaches to tackling real-world problems to advance the global human condition. As one of the first professional schools of international affairs situated at major technological institute, we provide comprehensive, interdisciplinary, multi-method, and flexible undergraduate and graduate social science programming at the nexus of science and technology, with special attention to strategic, political economy, and comparative political perspectives on international security, global development, and governance.
Daniel Aum co-authored the article on the semiconductor shortage, which ran in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Adam Stulberg, chair of the Nunn School, participated in a five-part video series on business risks.
Tong Zhao, Ph.D. IAST 2014, published the guest opinion essay in The New York Times.
Robert Bell, Distinguished Professor of the Practice in the Nunn School, published the brief with the Free University of Brussels.
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