Sam Nunn School of International Affairs

Global Development Minor Capstone Course

My course encourages students to think about how they might study or design technologies with a focus on UN Sustainable Development Goals objectives, paying special attention to the needs of underserved, under-resourced, and under-represented communities across the world.

Technology and Poverty: ICTs and International Development

My course encourages students to think about how they might design technologies with a focus on global development, paying special attention to the needs of underserved, under-resourced, and under-represented communities across the world. 

Empirical HCI Methods/Qualitative Research Methods

My course encourages students to think about how they might study or design technologies with a focus on sustainable communities objectives, paying special attention to the needs of underserved, under-resourced, and under-represented communities across the world. 

Michael Best
Professor
Kirk Bowman
John R. Wilcox Term Professor of Global Development and Identity
Aiyanna Lowery
B.S., Economics and International Affairs
Stephanie Jackson
Assistant Director - Undergraduate Advising and Career Services
Jonathan Colton
Professor
Chloe Kiernicki
Student
Adam Stulberg
Adam Stulberg
Professor

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