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Students For International Security  

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Are you an undergraduate or graduate student interested in shaping the international debate on security, science, and technology issues?

If yes, then you may be interested in starting a Students for International Security (SIS) group at your university. SIS is a vehicle for the next generation to intellectually further the international conversation on security topics, and to impact policy decisions made in Washington and abroad in a nonpartisan way.

When you start or join SIS, you become connected to one of the oldest and most respected science policy think tanks in America. You will gain valuable leadership and debate skills, intricate knowledge on the most pressing security and science issues of our time, and the chance to network with the globe's leading scientists and security experts.

Learn more at the SIShub. 

Join the SIS Network email list.

Find out if there is a SIS group near you.

Start a SIS group at your university.

Check out the career opportunities available to SIS members.

Learn more about SIS member benefits and FAS student member benefits.

Like the SIS Facebook page.

If you have any questions about SIS, please contact James Wright, Manager of Development and Membership Services, at 202-454-4694 or send an email to

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