As part of its mission to serve as a public resource for knowledge and skills to reduce nuclear threats, NSSPI partners with countries and organizations around the world to help develop safeguards capabilities and enhance the global nuclear security culture. NSSPI faculty frequently present lecture series and workshops at universities in other countries. They also offer curriculum development help to professionals from other universities who want to incorporate nuclear security topics in their courses.
These activities allow NSSPI to respond powerfully to the call for the global issue of human resource development in nuclear security science.
Curriculum Development Support
Due to the maturity and success of its educational program, NSSPI is responding to ever-increasing requests to participate in the development of academic programs in nuclear security worldwide.
Nuclear Security Training Programs
NSSPI has conducted a number of nuclear security training programs at Texas A&M and abroad for international students and professionals.
International Visiting Scholars
Researchers at various stages of professional development have come to Texas A&M to collaborate on projects with NSSPI faculty and staff.
Participation in the International Nuclear Security Education Network (INSEN)
NSSPI is one of the founding members of the IAEA’s International Nuclear Security Education Network (INSEN).
Agreements and Collaborations
NSSPI has agreements in place with many international organizations and academic institutions. We have provided support to a large number of countries around the world.