Through the classroom and one-on-one interaction with NSSPI faculty, both graduate and undergraduate students learn about the science and policy concerns in safeguards, security, and nonproliferation.
Hands-on Safeguards Education
NSSPI regularly brings students to national laboratories to gain direct, practical experience with safeguards technology.
NSSPI hosts and organizes domestic and international workshops on global nuclear security topics.
Faculty and students in NSSPI conduct innovative research on all aspects of safeguards, security, and nonproliferation.
NSSPI develops and conducts distance education courses for Texas A&M master’s students. Basic courses on safeguards concepts are also available to the public through our web portal.
NSSPI faculty offer curriculum development help to professionals from other universities across the globe looking to incorporate nuclear security topics in their courses.
NSSPI maintains close ties with international colleagues to share information and promote joint research efforts.
NSSPI hosts faculty visitors from other organizations and provides instructors to other universities to give courses on nuclear security topics.