Successful Past Projects

Congratulations to the successful bids that have been selected by the State Department to work on the following research projects:

  • Increasing Connectivity in Columbia
    • Ellen Zegura, Computer Science
  • Diversifying the United States Space Economy
    • Mariel Borowitz, INTA
  • Constitutional Reform in The Gambia: How to Cement Democratic Development
    • Peter Brecke, INTA
  • Central American Migration Root Causes - Effectiveness of U.S. Government Programs
    • Alberto Fuentes, INTA  
  • Confucius Institutes in Turkey and Chinese Influence
    • Sebnem Ozkan, Modern Languages
  • Using AI to Accelerate Transition to Green Energy
    • Omar Asensio, Public Policy
  • Language Curriculum Development for Diplomats: Specialized vocabulary, spaced repetition, and automated lexical leveling in over 60 languages: A Corpus Analysis of the use of function verbs in Japanese Manga and light novels
    • Kyoko Masuda, Modern Languages
  • Language Curriculum Development for Diplomats: Specialized vocabulary, spaced repetition, and automated lexical leveling in over 60 languages: A Corpus Analysis of High-Frequency Vocabulary in Modern Standard Arabic
    • David Marcus, Modern Languages
  • Promoting Collaborative Science in Indonesia: Best International Practices for Policymakers
    • Aaron Levine, Public Policy
  • Facebook in the Kingdom of Wonder: Cambodian Youth and the Power of Social Media
    • Ellen Zegura, Computer Science

  • Leveraging Bitcoin Technology for Better Foreign Assistance
    • Neha Kumar, INTA

  • What's better for Global Health? Multilateral Funding or Going it Alone?
    • Alberto Fuentes, INTA

  • Economic Factors of Violent Extremism
    • Olga Shemyakina, Economics