The aim of this course is to familiarize the student with the key technical, historical, legal, and practical political factors needed to understand and assess the merits of past, present, and proposed nuclear control policies. The course is not intended to cover every topic related to nuclear energy policy but should give the student the insights and tools needed to investigate them on their own. The aim is to inspire and interest the student to undertake such study both during and after the course.
Schedule for Fall 2016:
Fellowship Reception- 9/7 6pm - 9pm
All Friday lunch meetings will be held from 12-1:30pm, with a light lunch provided.
• Sept. 9 (Friday) Rayburn B338
• Sept. 16 (Friday) Cannon 122
• Sept. 23 (Friday) Cannon 121
• Sept. 30 (Friday) Cannon 121
• Oct. 7 (Friday) Cannon 121
• Oct. 14 (Friday) Rayburn B354
• Oct. 21 (Friday) Cannon 121
• Oct. 28 (Friday) Rayburn B354
• Nov. 18 (Friday) Rayburn B369
• Dec. 2 (Friday) Rayburn B369
This course takes place on Capitol Hill in a lecture-style format.
Henry D. Sokolski