UC Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation
The University of California (UC) Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation is a multicampus research organization (MRU) based at the University of California, San Diego in La Jolla, San Diego, California. The institute, founded in 1983 by Dr. Herbert York, researches issues relating to international conflict and the promotion of international cooperation. Interests of the institute include security, environmental, and economic policy, arms control, security and nuclear non-proliferation. The institute is among the largest providers of dissertation and fellowship grants for students of international studies in the United States.
- Susan Shirk, IGCC Director (2006- )
- Henry D. I. Abarbanel, Research Director for Science and Security
- Eli Berman, Research Director for International Security Studies
- Josh Graff Zivin, Research Director for International Environmental and Health Policy
- Steven Spiegel, IGCC Research Director for the Middle East
Past IGCC Directors
- Herbert York, IGCC Founding Director
- John Ruggie (1989–1992)
- Susan Shirk (1992–1997, 2006-2012)
- Peter Cowhey (1999-2006)
- Tai Ming Cheung (2012- )
- Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation. eScholarship. Retrieved on 2010-11-20.
- Herbert York, 87, Top Nuclear Physicist Who Was Arms Control Advocate, Dies, New York Times, May 24, 2009
- Full record - Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC). Intute. Retrieved on 2010-11-20.
- University of California - UC Newsroom | UCSD researchers share prestigious Cozzarelli Prize. Universityofcalifornia.edu. Retrieved on 2010-11-20.
- Director and Research Directors, the Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation. Igcc.ucsd.edu. Retrieved on 2010-11-20.