CIERP develops innovative approaches to sustainable, environmentally responsible global development.
CIERP partners with Professors of Practice to bring real-world knowledge into the classroom.
The Center provides funds to its students for research and conference attendance.
The Center partners with various organizations to host conferences, speakers and networking opportunities.
CIERP's Global Speakers Series featured Paul Polman as its inaugural speaker.
CIERP faculty and students will be at the CoP in Paris hosting and participating in a range of events:
December 1 pm: TEDx-style Side Event with Moravian College and the RINGOs
December 6 am: Expert brunch
December 6 pm: Alumni reception
CIERP and Fletcher PhD Christana Pasca Palmer appointed Environment Minister for Romania
In collaboration with the Friedman School of Nutrition and Science Policy, we are recruiting an Associate or Full Professor in Water, Health, and Security. Applications will be accepted beginning October 19, 2016. The review process will commence on November 30th, and will continue until the position is filled. Questions about the position should be directed to the Search Committee Co-Chairs, Prof. Kelly Sims Gallagher at Fletcher and/or Prof. Timothy Griffin at Friedman.
PhD candidate Laura Kuhl was part of a three-person team that conducted the mid-term evaluation of Feed the Future Ethiopia for USAID Ethiopia. Feed the Future is Obama’s Presidential Initiative on agriculture and nutrition, and is active in 19 countries globally. The Feed the Future Ethiopia portfolio is one of the largest Feed the Future programs globally, with an annual investment of $50 million for a five-year program. The evaluation sought to assess the progress the program was making towards its goals of reducing poverty and malnutrition, evaluate the effectiveness of different interventions, and make recommendations for changes in programming.
Center for International Environment & Resource Policy, The Fletcher School
The last post written by our first-year student bloggers comes from Adnan, who is in the MALD program. As he’ll explain, Adnan and I met at the earliest stages of his graduate school search and it has been a pleasure to keep up with him for more than a year. He was also the very [...]
A quick advance notice that the fall evaluative interview program will end on Friday, December 11. At this moment, there are still a few on-campus interview appointments available and, later this afternoon, I will create some Skype interviews. If you have been keeping an eye on the schedule in hopes of a cancellation or creation [...]
Two years ago on approximately this day, I published the Admissions Blog’s one thousandth post. Like the November morning when #1000 appeared, today is the day before the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday. This post, however, is a rather uncelebratory number 1,394, a total that includes several odes to our national holiday.
Since last week, [...]