Emerging Threats in National Security is a semester-long experience that explores non-traditional challenges to U.S. national security. This seminar provides students with a deeper understanding of national security policy in general, while considering the impact of new and non-conventional threats. Topics have included civilian and military government issues, weaponization of space and nuclear issues, human rights, civil rights, and climate change.
Eisenhower Institute programs are open to Gettysburg College students from all majors and class years. There is no fee for participating in Eisenhower Institute programs. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Before You Apply:
attend an EI Orientation session. This may happen before or after you apply. If you attended the Fall orientation session you do not need to attend again this year.
November 29, 4 PM in CUB 260.
December 1, 6 PM in CUB 260.
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