My name is Greg Terryn and I’m the new Scoville Fellow at the Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation. I’m a recent graduate from the Gerald Ford School of Public Policy’s Undergraduate program at the University of Michigan, where my studies focused on international crisis and recovery policy. As the Scoville Fellow, I’ll be assisting in the Center’s advocacy for sensible national security policies, with a primary focus on nuclear threat reduction and nonproliferation. I’ll also be working on U.S. nuclear weapons spending, the 5+1-Iran nuclear negotiations, the Obama administrations nuclear policy legacy, US-Russia relations, and a variety of other international issues relevant to US security.
I’m excited to be working with the talented team at the Center. The sheer volume of knowledge and experience on staff is awe-inspiring and I am thrilled to be learning from the same people whose articles and research I was reading in college. To be working in such a collaborative and passionate community as nuclear policy is rewarding and I look forward to contributing to the collective goal of increased global stability and a more peaceful future.