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Student Papers in Public Policy provides an outlet for multidisciplinary scholarship for undergraduate and graduate students interested in working in the public policy arena. The Purdue Policy Research Institute (formerly the Global Policy Research Institute) is helping to educate students by providing valuable background for those seeking career leadership opportunities in academic, governmental and international corporations where an interest and understanding of global issues is essential. Participants include PPRI Interns, participants in the PPRI Seminar in Global Policy course, and PPRI Graduate Fellows. PPRI Student policy briefs highlight the core ideas, findings, and policy implications of student research. They describe findings of original research or summarize the state of the literature and break down key points on a wide range of topics. These briefs have not undergone traditional peer-review, but have been reviewed by the course instructor and a PPRI staff member.

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Military Applications of Nanotechnology
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Policy on Immigration from the Southwest and Resulting Border Control Security Implications
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