The Program in Arms Control & Domestic and International Security (ACDIS) is seeking proposals for up to $1500 for initiatives connected to the danger of countries’ use of their nuclear weapons, either intentionally or as a result of miscalculation or accident. Proposals including consideration of multiple countries or alliances deploying nuclear armed submarines will be given special consideration, but proposals need not necessarily focus primarily on submarines. It is suggested, but not required, that proposals include procedures for connection to students at other Universities, through personal contacts in Illinois and adjacent states and/or via telecommunication with those at more distant higher education institutions.
Students may submit proposals by March 3, 2017, following the instructions at cgs.illinois.edu/activities/global-intersections
Please join us for a seminar by Professor Carol Skalnik Leff,
Political Science, UIUC, on February 7. Details here and above.
Our new offices are now in the Armory building directly south of the ones we vacated in the International Studies Building. You can find us in Rooms, 350, 351, and 352 (3rd floor, north corridor) overlooking the track. If you attended any events in our conference room, our offices are now close by. We will have an open house on February 15 starting at 4 pm. Save the date!
350 Armory Building, MC-533
505 East Armory Avenue
Champaign, IL 61820-6237
The following two courses approved for the ACDIS Certificate in Global Security will be offered online for winter break.
ATMS/ESE 120 Severe and Hazardous Weather
GEOL/ESE/GLBL 118 Natural Disasters
Join us for a discussion that explores the scientific, economic and political implications
of the possible shutdown of the Clinton and Quad Cities’ nuclear reactors.