The mission of the K=1 Project is to promote informed debate about nuclear proliferation issues through research, writing, and film. Our Center relies on and benefits from deep engagement of Columbia's talented and hard-working undergraduate students. We believe that theirs is the generation that will help solve the pressing nuclear issues we face in the 21st century.
We invite you to partner with us by supporting our work. Donations can be made towards area of most need, or they can be specifically directed to: undergraduate educational and research programs, nuclear outreach events, state-of-the-art research instrumentation, or development of educational resources for students and the general public.
SUPPORT THE CENTER
- Online: Make your gift through our fundraising website.
- Send a check: Checks should be made out to “Trustees of Columbia University” with “K1 Project, Center for Nuclear Studies” in the memo line and mailed to the following address:
K1 Project, Center for Nuclear Studies
718 Pupin Hall
Mail code 5215
538 West 120th Street
New York, NY 10027
The K1 Project, Center for Nuclear Studies, is part of Columbia University, a 501c(3) nonprofit organization. Gifts to Columbia University are tax-deductible.
Thank you to our sponsors: Columbia University, Stanton Foundation, and the Samuel Lawrence Foundation.