Lindsay Urchyk is a lead web developer in the CSIS iDeas Lab, where she works closely with program partners to enhance policy research and analysis through web development. She is passionate about developing creative and interesting ways to convey information to policy audiences while helping research programs fulfill their goals. Prior to joining CSIS, Ms. Urchyk worked in media and earned her B.A. in advertising from Michigan State University. She joined CSIS in February 2020.
Explore CSIS’s interactive map of the war in Ukraine. See how the force disposition and front lines in Ukraine have changed over time.
Digital Report by Seth G. Jones Riley McCabe and Alexander Palmer — March 3, 2023
The Project on Nuclear Issues identifies and cultivates emerging thought leaders by building relationships, deepening understanding, and sharing perspectives across the full range of nuclear issues and communities.
The Bid Data China initiative aims to reduce the current gap between academia and Washington by identifying and highlighting the policy implications of cutting-edge scholarly work on China.
The Missile Threat website brings together authoritative and up-to-date open source information and analysis about ballistic and cruise missiles around the globe and the systems designed to defend against them.