Tag Archives: Russia

The Past & Future of Nuclear Weapons Management

NMiF: Ambassador Robinson

August 4, 2017 – Ambassador C. Paul Robinson was in town recently to share his insights on how nuclear negotiations over 25 years ago could inform people today. Ambassador Robinson worked at both Los Alamos and Sandia National Laboratories during his career. He also leads talks on nuclear testing between the United States and the Soviet Union. He sat down with producer Sarah Gustavus while visiting Albuquerque to speak at a public lecture sponsored by the Albuquerque International Association.

Ambassador C. Paul Robinson, former head of U.S./USSR Nuclear Testing Talks, former president of Sandia National Labs

Some Students See Opportunity In Studying Russian Language and Culture at UNM

NMiF: UNM Russian Program

May 5, 2017 – The Russian department at UNM is small but aims to prepare students for jobs that require a unique knowledge of the Russian language, history and culture. Correspondent Gwyneth Doland sat down recently with students and faculty to hear how they are responding to current events and studying the past and present of that part of the world.


Brittany Chacon, UNM student
Joseluis Ayala, UNM student
Tanya Ivanova-Sullivan, Associate Professor of Russian, UNM
Irina Vasilyeva Meier, Russian Faculty, UNM