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Co-Convening the Africa Network Conference (#WMANC2021)

By Redeit Hailu ’24 and Mayada Hassan ’22 The Global Research Institute’s Africa Research Center (formerly known as the Center for African Development) will

From Ideas to Impact: How a Multidisciplinary Team Tracked Government Responsiveness

This is the first installment of a series highlighting exceptional student contributions to the Global Research Institute. Stay tuned for other features throughout April:

Inversion Tectonics in the Blue Ridge

By Kelly Thigpen ’21 Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains are underlain by old rocks, some of which formed more than a billion years ago. These

How two student researchers innovated when data couldn’t lead the way

By Anna Raymond ’23 and Kayla Seggelke ’23 Learning to conduct self-guided scientific research as an undergraduate student is difficult enough, and throwing a

Research and Path-Making at William & Mary

By Chris Hettwer ’21 One thing that I knew I wanted to become involved in as an incoming William & Mary freshman was student research.

A W&M Sophomore’s Experience Conducting Research in Tanzania Through GRI

By Ethan Harrison ’20 “Alright, Ethan you’re up!” — with those words, I (nervously) began to present the research I had worked on for

The Long Arm of Authoritarianism: Possibilities for Repression and Opportunities for Change

By Katherine Armstrong ’20 For most of my life, I thought of migration as possibility. The possibility to live, work, put down roots, and

Disinformation Ink Spots: A Framework to Combat Authoritarian Disinformation Campaigns

Editors Note: The Project on International Peace and Security (PIPS) is one of the premier undergraduate think tanks in the country. Based at W&M’s

Clashing Codes of Conduct: Asymmetric Ethics and the Biotech Revolution

Editors Note: The Project on International Peace and Security (PIPS) is one of the premier undergraduate think tanks in the country. Based at W&M’s