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Sponsored by the International Coordinating Committee (ICC) Sponsors: Claude Canizares, Israel Ruiz Co-Chairs: Michelle Christy, Jim Morgan Roles/Responsibilities: To strengthen support provided by MIT’s ...
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Is China an Outlier? China's Urbanization in the Historical and International Contexts 9/9/2013 Presentor: Liyan Xu Discussant: Prof. Jinhua Zhao Abstract: China has been experiencing an urbanization process that is unprecedented in te...
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Moringa's high value oil and prevalent growth in tropical and subtropical regions compels the development of this style of semi-automated machinery for farmers entering the moringa market. View this video to find out more about this ...
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Adding value to fruits commonly available in tropical regions is easily accomplished by blending them into smoothies - and the Bici-Blender does so without the use of electricity. View this video to learn more about this bicycle-powered ...
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Helena Puig Larrauri is a freelance peacebuilding practitioner. Her work focuses on the use of technology for conflict transformation and social cohesion. She's currently working on projects in Sudan, Iraq, Libya, Cyprus, Macedonia and R...
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The Imperial-MIT Global Fellows Program is a collaborative effort between MIT and the Imperial College of London, focusing on the introduction and development of transferable skills. Students spend four to five days of intensive activity...
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Alina Rwei, senior in Chemical Engineering, describes her stay in Germany working with Merck in Darmstadt. Alina was selected and introduced to Merck through the MISTI Germany Program.
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Dr. Antanas Mockus’ life has traversed between academia and the public sector in his native Colombia. He studied mathematics at Dijon University in France and received a Masters in Philosophy at the National University of Colombia....
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With the evolution of international development in the last several decades, how are these changes are being reflected in the way that development scholars and practitioners are educated. This panel brings together DUSP doctoral al...
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The international development eco-system at MIT.In examining the interdisciplinary approaches to development, what is nature and composition of the international development eco-system at MIT? This panel discussion will bring toget...
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A more inclusive, people-centered approach to projects and programs often eludes the financial and political flows of developmental institutions. Local, national, and international social movements are presenting new challenges to instit...
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