[PAST EVENT] Student Research Reception in D.C.

April 19, 2011
6:30pm - 8:30pm
W&M Washington Office
Please Join

Government Department Chair and Professor
John McGlennon

John Marshall Professor of Government
Ron Rapoport

Government Visiting Assistant Professor
& Director, PIPS
Dennis Smith

Government Assistant Professor
& Director, PIPS
Amy Oakes

and the
W&M Project on International Peace and Security (PIPS)
Research Fellows

for an evening of brief presentations on
National Security-related original research projects
by students in W&M's
Undergraduate Think Tank

Tuesday, April 19

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Building
1779 Massachusetts Avenue
Washington, D.C. 20036

Please listen to and support:

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"

Join us beforehand for a reception with
light appetizers and beer/wine