Data-driven Analysis of Peacekeeping Project

Welcome to the website of the Data-driven Analysis of Peacekeeping Project (DAPP) lab. Founded by William G. Nomikos, the lab supports the efforts of affiliated researchers studying many different aspects of UN peacekeeping.

A key function of the lab is to support the research of junior scholars, especially graduate students. Prospective WashU PhD students interested in joining the lab should contact Prof. Nomikos directly. The lab offers graduate students access to data, research-related resources, and venues to present ongoing research. We especially encourage women, first generation students, students with disabilities, BIPoC students, and other students from historically excluded groups to contact us about the lab.

The lab is financially supported by the Weidenbaum Center on the Economy, Government, and Public Policy at Washington University in St. Louis and the Folke Bernadotte Academy.