Bryce is an incoming graduate student at the University of Chicago’s Committee on International Relations. Previously, he was a research assistant with the Project on Nuclear Issues (PONI) in the International Security Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), where he worked on a range of programs designed to develop the next generation of nuclear professionals. His research and analysis at PONI focused on emerging technologies and their implications for situational awareness and strategic stability. He currently serves on a strategic advisory board for Foretell, a crowdsourced forecasting project exploring technology security policy at Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology. Previously, Bryce held positions as a research intern at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation and a policy intern with the Defense and Foreign Policy Department at the Niskanen Center. He also worked for several years at the United States Department of the Treasury. He holds a BA in political science from the University of Washington.
I am most excited to work on projects that… advance innovative methods for strengthening international security.
I am looking for partners who can help me… build transpartisan coalitions to address complex, intractable problems.
A moment when I felt most inspired in my work was… being invited to discuss my research with a congressionally established national security commission.
Innovations in my field that I am most excited to work on… include interdisciplinary approaches to identify and address emerging risks that threaten humanity’s long-term prospects.