We are a community of students who possess a passion for uniting critical scholarship and practice at the intersections of agricultural, environmental, life, and social sciences

As students in Global Development, we seek to advance a more equitable, sustainable, and food-secure world for all. Global Development Student Advisory Board members serve as a voice for students in the department, relaying student wishes and desires regarding curriculum, advisement, and other department initiatives. 

Board members include students who are:

  • majoring in Global Development, International Agriculture and Rural Development, or Development Sociology, 
  • interested in a variety of related career fields in the development sector, and
  • eager to work as an interdisciplinary team.

Theoretical & Applied Development: Presentations On Learning & Experiences

Each semester, the Student Advisory Board brings the Global Development community together at its TAD-POLE series to learn more about each of our peer's experience and expertise while having a good time with pizza and informal conversation. 

Stay tuned for this semester's line-up, coming soon!

"Cornell GDEV Student Advisory Board" with globe

Board Officers

Headshot of Eli Newell


Aerin Mann headshot

Vice President

Headshot of Mutty Un

Student Engagement Chair

Headshot of Lauren Chuhta

Communication Chair

Headshot of Sushmi Majumder

Alumni Chair

Faculty Advisors

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Sarah Giroux

Associate Professor of the Practice

Department of Global Development

Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Strategic Programs

Office of Academic Programs

Sarah Giroux
Decompositional Methods
Demography of Inequality and Poverty
Empirics Of Development and Inequality
Lynn Morris headshot
Lynn Morris

Undergraduate Program Coordinator

Department of Global Development

Lynn Morris

Want to get involved?

Email one of our board members: Chair of Student Engagement, ewn29 [at] cornell.edu (Eli Newell), or Vice President, ajm455 [at] cornell.edu (Aerin Mann)