Theoretical and Applied Development - Presentations On Learning & Experiences (TAD-POLE)
The Global Development Student Advisory Board is excited to bring the GDEV community together to learn more about each of our peer's experience and expertise while having a good time with pizza and informal conversation. Theoretical and Applied Development - Presentations On Learning and Experiences (TAD-POLE) events will take place once per month and will feature a couple short presentations followed by casual discussion. Undergrads, grad students, faculty/staff, and fellows are all encouraged to attend!
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 @ WARREN B73 | 5-6PM
- Kristen Ikle '24 (International Agriculture and Rural Development major): "Summer Internship: The Harvest Fund"
- Kate McHale, '24 (Development Sociology major): "The Importance of 4-H and Positive Youth Development in Achieving Nutrition Security"
- Dongpyo Hong (Humphrey Fellow, Korea): "Legislative Reform for Korea Coast Guard's Gas Emissions for Electric Patrol Ship
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12 @ MANN 102 | 5-6PM
- Jackson Hart, MPS '22: "Digital Agroecology for Smallholder Farmers in LMICs"
- Chindavone Sanlath (Humphrey Fellow, Laos): "Lao PDR Circular Economy: A contribution to the national GHG mitigation opportunities"
- Lydia Ngonzi (Humphrey Fellow, Uganda) "Planning Water Security at the Metropolitan Scale: The Scenario Planning Tool and Water Security Investment Model, highlighting data from Uganda"
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19 @ MANN 150 | 5-6PM
Presentations by undergraduate research interns from Zamarano Pan-American Agricultural University, Honduras include:
- Andres Mayorga: Climate Emergency: Current State of Fishing Communities in the Gulf of Fonesca, Honduras
- Simon Trujillo: Eutrophication and Approaches for Health in Water Bodies
- Susan Garcia: The Necessity of Water Treatment in Vulnerable Communities
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 @ MANN 102 | 5-6PM
- John B. Babadara (Humphrey Fellow, Nigeria) "Tomatrix Nigeria - a Thriving Community amidst Opportunities & Challenges"
- Carlos Morais (Humphrey Fellow, Brazil) "Dry Lands in Latin America: New perspectives to face hunger and climate change impacts"
- Maria DiGiovanni ’23 (International Agriculture and Rural Development major): "Pasture and Perseverance: Maintaining sustainable livelihoods on North Carolina niche meat farms"
Date & Time
September 15, 2022 - November 18, 2022
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
More information about this event.
Eli Newell, Co-chair of Student Engagement, GDEV Student Advisory Board
- ewn29 [at] cornell.edu
Department of Global Development
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