START's aim is to bring brand-new, cutting-edge research from the social and behavioral sciences into classrooms years before many START research findings will be released via traditional academic publishing venues. START also emphasizes the importance of immediacy and impact in developing novel educational programming. START courses, curricula, and research training address problems and issues of immediate relevance to national and international policy.
Interested parties can find course materials and syllabi related to the study of terrorism and responses to terrorism on the following pages:
- Syllabi Repository: START collects and compiles undergraduate and graduate syllabi from relevant courses throughout the world.
- Curriculum Units: START also supports the development of individual curriculum units based on START-funded research projects by faculty members and advanced doctoral students.
In addition, START periodically offers small grants to support the development of new curriculum units. For more information, please see the Curriculum Development Grant Program.