DipLab Demo Day

This inaugural virtual event showcased exemplary presentations from the Fall 2020 cohort of Diplomacy Lab research projects. Student teams presented in a fast-paced “pitch-style” format, and demonstrations were followed by brief discussions between the State Department and faculty leads for the projects.

Presentations

Global Attitudes on Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights
Indiana University Bloomington / Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor
Cultural Economy in Times of Financial Crisis
Northeastern University / U.S. Embassy in Lebanon
External Evaluation of Kosovo’s American Corners Program
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis / U.S. Embassy in Kosovo
Analyzing Risk Communication and Behavioral Change During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Kennesaw State University / Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs

Agenda

12:00 PMWelcome and Introductory Remarks by Thomas Debass, Managing Director for Global Partnerships
12:05 PMOverview of Diplomacy Lab 
12:10 PM – “Global Attitudes on Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights” Indiana University Bloomington Student Presentation  
12:20 PMIU Bloomington / Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor Project Discussion
12:30 PM – “Cultural Economy in Times of Financial Crisis” Northeastern University Student Presentation
12:40 PMNortheastern / U.S. Embassy in Lebanon Project Discussion
12:50 PM – “External Evaluation of Kosovo’s American Corners Program” IUPUI Student Presentation
01:00 PMIUPUI / U.S. Embassy in Kosovo Project Discussion
01:10 PM – “Analyzing Risk Communication and Behavioral Change During the COVID-19 Pandemic” Kennesaw State University Student Presentation
01:20 PMKSU / Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs Project Discussion
01:30 PMClose/Adjourn