The Institute for Nuclear Security (INS) is offering seed grants for this fiscal year. The objective is to both increase and diversify the number of faculty leading proposal development efforts in nuclear security. Nuclear security is an interdisciplinary field and the INS is seeking to broaden participating faculty particularly in those academic units that have not typically worked with the institute in the past. The INS, housed within the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy, seeks to develop and provide expertise that will shape national and international policies for nuclear security. For more information, visit the INS website.