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APEC 2019

Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) 2019
Santiago, Chile
November 11 - 17, 2019

The theme for this year's conference is “Connecting People, Building the Future” 

On November 9, 2019, seven students — Johnny Aluri ('20) (bio) from Columbia, SC (Politics and International Affairs and Economics); Rachel Campbell-Baier ('20) (bio) from Boston, MA (Economics with a minor in Medicine, Health, and Culture); Rosemary Coskrey ('20) (bio) from Lexington, SC (Math-Economics); Hunter Dixon ('20) (bio) from Belmont, NC (Politics and International Affairs with a minor in Poverty Studies); Mattie MacDonald ('20) (bio) from Myrtle Beach, SC (Politics and International Affairs and Economics); Evan Myers ('21) (bio) from Birmingham, AL (Politics and International Affairs and Spanish double major, Latin American Studies minor); Emma Sanning ('20) (bio) from Nashville, TN (Politics and International Affairs and Economics) along with Dr. Brittany Arsiniega, (bio) Assistant Professor of Politics and International Affairs, and Dr. Nathan Cook, (bio) Associate Professor and Chair of Economics, will be boarding a plane for Santiago, Chile. There the group will attend the APEC Voices of the Future 2019 program where they will serve as citizen diplomats. 

To view student biographies, click here; professor biographies, click here; a tentative agenda for the Voices program in Santiago, click here.