SGD Welcome Back Colloquium

The new academic year is upon us! In keeping with SGD tradition, we will be kicking off the 2018-2019 Colloquium Series with a special "Welcome Back!" colloquium on Friday, August 31st at 3:30pm in ENR2 S107. We'll have a round of introductions, a special welcome for new graduate students, postdocs, and faculty as well as a sampling of photos and brief presentations reviewing some of the SGD community's most exciting summer activities.  This is a great way to let everyone know what you have been up to the past few months.  We hope to see everyone there!

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Fri, 08/31/2018 - 15:30

Congratulations MDP Class of 2018!

05/11/2018 - 18:12

Bianca Comer, Cecy Cuevas, Amanda Monroy, Shannon Jones and Devin Crim (not in photograph) all presented their Final Reports on May 8th. Congratulations! 

Their Final Report titles are listed below:

Bianca Comer -  "New Mothers, Newborns and Nicaragua: An exploratory baseline study on maternal health and child healthcare and service"

Cecy Cuevas -  "Sabana Mula, Dominican Republic, Baseline Study"

Amanda Monroy - "Exploring the Impact of Menstrual Management on Low-Income Girls" 

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MDP Class of 2018 Final Report Presentations, May 8th

05/04/2018 - 10:23

Please join us for the presentations of the MDP Class of 2018 Final Report Presentations.

Where: ENR2, room S495

When: Tuesday May 8th from 2:30-5:00

There are 5 Candidates that will present their work:

Devin Crim on "Incentivizing Inequality. Critical Assessment of Infill Incentive District in Pima County, AZ"

Cecy Cuevas on "Sabana Mula, Dominican Republic Baseline Study"

Amanda Monroy on "Exploring the Impact of Menstrual Management on Low-Income Girls"

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MDP Faculty Dr. Doshi begins new ACLS funded research

04/17/2018 - 14:24

MDP affilated faculty Dr. Sapana Doshi recently began new research on stories of corruption in relation to urban real estate, land grabbing and redevelopment in Mumbai and Bangalore, India. This project, entitled "Corruption Plots, Imagined Publics: The Ethics of Space in the Millennial City", is supported by a grant from the American Council of Learned Societies.

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