REU seminar Week 3


Location: 230 NSH

Our speaker this week is Michael Sweikar, the managing director of Notre Dame's Initiative for Global Development (NDIGD).  He will lay out the broader picture of the structure that donor nations use in setting priorities for development and the process that organizations must go through to work on these projects.  He will also discuss some case studies showing ways development projects can suceed and ways they can fail.  

In preparation for the seminar, please visit these three web sites.  I'd like you to choose just ONE of the 50 innovations at site B that you think would be the most effective method to address one of the sustainable development goals at site A--be prepared to defend your choice!  



B.  List of 50 innovations to reduce global poverty 

         C.  Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development overview 


See you Thursday morning!