Because modern security challenges defy traditional boundaries, SEI events are deliberately interdisciplinary and are open to undergraduate, masters, and PhD students from across the University. Environmental security, demographic change, economic interdependence, technological innovation and international cooperation play as big a role as foreign policy and military affairs in SEI's activities.
Princeton students have participated in a SEI sponsored battlefield staff ride, crisis simulation, or student-only dinner panel. The Strategic Education Initiative (SEI) was launched in early 2010 as part of CISS' commitment to educating the next generation of security leaders.
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Co-Directors: Katherine Elgin and Doyle Hodges