Tucker Boyce is a student in the University of Maryland’s Master of Public Policy program. His research interests include nonproliferation and international security policy. While in school, Tucker supports research on nuclear topics as a Graduate Assistant at the Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland (CISSM).
Before starting at Maryland, Tucker worked on a post-bachelor’s appointment in the International Threat Reduction group at Los Alamos National Laboratory. His experience at Los Alamos and during a previous internship at Sandia National Laboratories focused on export controls and international trade security. In Spring 2017, Tucker graduated from the University of Georgia with a bachelor’s degree in Economics. His regional focus is on Turkey and Eurasia. He has completed two U.S. State Department-funded Critical Language Scholarships for Turkish, in Ankara, Turkey (Summer 2015) and Baku, Azerbaijan (Summer 2017).