April 19, 2011
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Choate Room at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
The Project on International Peace and Security (PIPS) is a highly selective undergraduate think tank designed to engage students in policy-relevant research in the areas of international peace and security. Students selected to be PIPS research fellows investigate and write papers on questions or topics suggested by members of the policy community.

Please join Government Professors John McGlennon, Ron Rapoport, Dennis Smith and Amy Oakes for a reception and presentations from:

Bridgett Carr '12 - "Multicultural Diplomacy: A New Approach to Embassy Outreach"

Eleanor Hansen '11 - "Energy Security through Wild Diatomic Microalgae Cultivation in Latin America"

Lindsay Hundley '12 - "Building the Indian Counterweight: A U.S. - India Division of Labor in the Indian Ocean"

Robert Snyder '11 - "Aerostats and Maritime Piracy: Providing Cost Effective Situational Awareness Off the Horn of Africa"

Julia Zamecnik '11 - "Clean-Tech Mineral Security: A Three-Pronged Strategy for Supply Diversification in Latin America"

Light appetizers and beer/wine will be served.

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The Carnegie Endowment is located at:
1779 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Washington, D.C. 20036

[[kbchroninger, Kelly Chroninger]], Coordinator W&M Washington Office 202-939-4000