UW’s “What in the World?” program highlights student international fieldwork from across the globe. UW students will show slides, present their research and explain what they learned from their travels. Both students present Wednesday, March 14, 3-4:15 p.m. in the Fagerberg Building, Room 20. This year’s program features the following.
"Royal Dutch Shell and the Energy-Climate Challenge” by Marco Polo (MA in International Studies and Environment and Natural Resources) from Paris, Texas. Marco used his CGS-SER Nielson Research Grant to travel to The Hague to investigate Royal Dutch Shell’s decision making on the future of fossil fuels and renewable energy.
“Sex Trafficking at a Crossroads in the Republic of Georgia” by Misty Springer (MPA from Las Vegas, Nevada and Laramie). Misty’s work explores the human trafficking problem, traditional gender roles and policy formation in the Republic of Georgia.