About Iran Watch
Iran Watch is published by the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control. The Wisconsin Project carries out research and public education designed to stop the spread of nuclear weapons, chemical/biological weapons and long-range missiles. It is a private, non-profit, non-partisan organization in Washington, D.C. founded in cooperation with the University of Wisconsin. You can access the Project's web site at www.wisconsinproject.org or from the bottom of any page on Iran Watch.
The editor and principal researcher for Iran Watch is Valerie Lincy, who is the Project's Executive Director . Ms. Lincy graduated from Smith College and received an M.S. in foreign service from Georgetown University. Before coming to the Project, she worked as a researcher in the Paris bureau of the New York Times and as a researcher in Washington-based non-profit institutes.
Iran Watch is overseen by Gary Milhollin, who is the Project's President. Professor Milhollin was a member of the faculty at the University of Wisconsin Law School for more than twenty years. He holds degrees in engineering and law, and was an Administrative Judge, part-time, at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for more than a decade.
Employment and internship opportunities
at the WIsconsin Project
The Wisconsin Project accepts internship applications for the Iran Watch project on a rolling basis. Information about the internship, and how to apply, is available here.