CISS hosts a broad range of events, lectures, and conferences each year. Each of these activities makes a unique contribution to the study of international security.
The Strategic Education Initiative (SEI) serves as the home for the Center's student programs, including military staff rides, crisis simulations, and a lecture series open only to students.
Each year CISS sponsors a number of capstone conferences to address the most pressing issues and trends in international security.
The Research Program in International Security (RPIS) organizes monthly lectures featuring the newest academic and policy research on security issues.
The Five-University Collaboration on East Asian Security Cooperation supports a sustained dialogue among scholars and students from Princeton, the University of Tokyo, Peking University, Korea University, and the National University of Singapore.
Launched in 2009, the India and the World program explores India's rise and its implications for both regional and international security.
Finally, the Student Fellows Program selects a small number of Princeton undergraduate and graduate students each year to lead SEI projects; interact with security scholars and policy leaders from across the university; and to participate with the Center’s research activities.
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