Undergraduate Students Can Apply for the $10,000 Davis Projects for Peace Award


Davis Projects for Peace is offering a $10,000 award for an MIT undergraduate student project that promotes peace, to be implemented in the summer of 2008, anywhere in the world. The aim is to "help young people launch some immediate initiatives that could bring new thinking to the prospects for peace in the world." MIT will select several compelling proposals to send forward. Please let undergraduate students know about this exciting opportunity. They can think creatively, innovatively, and entrepreneurially! This is a chance for them to formulate and test ideas. Proposals should be emailed to psc@mit.edu by noon on February 8.  See http://www.kwd100projectsforpeace.org for more details about the program.

Questions? Contact Sally Susnowitz: susnowit@mit.edu