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Nuclear Challenges

Working to reduce nuclear threats by decreasing the availability and use of weapons-useable material.

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Representative Grants
George Washington University, Office of Sponsored Research
Washington, D.C. 2016
$ 750,000 for Bolstering Nuclear Bipartisanship: A Comprehensive Outreach and Capacity-Building Strategy.
Center for a New American Security
Washington, D.C. 2016
$ 400,000 in support of a project to counter illicit proliferation finance in the United States.
University of Texas at AustinLyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs
Austin, Texas 2016
$ 235,000 in support of a project to reduce the risks posed by weapons-useable material.
Nuclear Threat Initiative
Washington, D.C. 2016
$ 2,500,000 in support of general operations.
Princeton UniversityWoodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
Princeton, New Jersey 2017
$ 2,050,000 for education and training of the next generation of nuclear nonproliferation, arms control, and disarmament scientists, and for support of the journal Science & Global Security.
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