[PAST EVENT] PIPS Presentations

Thursday, April 25th 2013
5pm - 6pm
Morton Hall, Room 20
100 Ukrop Way
Williamsburg, VA 23185
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Presentations from the 2012-2013 Project on International Peace and Security (PIPS) undergraduate research fellows.
Full Description
PIPS is an undergraduate think tank based at the College of William & Mary that bridges the gap between the policy and academic communities in the area of undergraduate education.

Research fellows identify emerging international security challenges and develop original policy white papers.

Come hear the presentations before the fellows present at the annual Washington, D.C., symposium on May 1!

Presentations will include:

Michael Aiken, "The Promise of Sack Farming: Promoting Urban Agriculture to Tackle Food Insecurity in West Africa."

Madeleine De Simone, "On the Forecast: Easing Tensions over Hydraulic Power Along the Mekong."

Elizabeth Hennemuth, "Unintended Consequences: The Potential of U.S. Immigration Reform to Destabilize Mexico."

Robert Marty, "Climate Change and Disease-Induced Instability in East Africa."

David Newbrander, "Special Economic Cities: Developing Algeria through Special Economic Zones."

Wesley Stukenbroeker, "AirSea Assistance: Winning the Pacific in an Age of Austerity."
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