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Students & Educators

A working group for students with interest in the humanitarian sector, and educators who teach subjects related to the humanitarian sector:

Forums and discussions on matters ranging from how to select the right degree program to source materials for research and education topics.

This group is moderated by AidSource Member Grace Bahng.

Members: 127
Latest Activity: Apr 7

Resources for Students on AidSource

*NEW SECTION FOR REVIEWS ON GRADUATE PROGRAMS* - To read or add a review, just go to a graduate program's listing on the International Aid & Development Schools and Degree Programs page and click "*Read or Add Reviews*".  If your program isn't listed yet, make a suggestion in the comments at the bottom of the graduate programs page.

Listing of All Graduate Program Reviews

For Student & Educators Resource Page

Development Jobs and Career Advice for Humanitarian and Development Work

Discussion Forum

REVIEWS - Duke University: Sanford School of Public Policy

Started by Grace Bahng. Last reply by Marc F. Bellemare Mar 8. 3 Replies

Thinking about attending this program?  Leave questions about the program for other AidSource members.Are you a current student or alum of this program?  Have you had a chance to work with students from this program?  Leave feedback on program…Continue

Tags: reviews, graduate programs

Seeking Resources on Some Themes in Dev Practice

Started by Anna V Rogers Jan 8, 2013. 0 Replies

Hi, thanks for being here. I'm research assisting a participatory re-design of the postgraduate Development Practice course at my university. Right now I'm creating an annotated bibliography of key readings that will serve as the basis for class…Continue

Global Careers Fair (on-line fair)

Started by João Filipe Pereira Gonçalves Jun 18, 2012. 0 Replies

For all of us still trying to get their foot on the door, any info we can get is welcome. So I registered. Why not? It's free anyway!http://globalcareersfair.com/Continue

Academia and Development - A Seperation of Powers

Started by Rowan Emslie. Last reply by Grace Bahng Jun 15, 2012. 18 Replies

I originally put this on my blog and would like more thoughts on this (there's a poll and everything). Here it is reposted.Last week I attended…Continue

Was aid/development work a career change for you?

Started by Grace Bahng. Last reply by Grace Bahng Jun 4, 2012. 2 Replies

Students are always wondering if they chose the "right" major or graduate degree.  I myself started as a software engineer before I made the switch to development.  I am wondering how many of us in the AidSource community started out in a different…Continue

Tags: careers

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Comment by Timo Luege on March 19, 2013 at 3:02am

Heather asked me to also share my presentation/case study on the 2010 Haiti earthquake response. Here it is: http://sm4good.com/2013/03/19/case-study-2010-haiti-earthquake-resp...

Comment by Timo Luege on March 18, 2013 at 2:41am

I just gave a presentation on the Cluster Approach and figured some of you might find it useful: http://sm4good.com/2013/03/18/presentation-cluster-approach/ 

Comment by Sian Cowman on February 26, 2012 at 11:24am

Thanks for all the new Masters review pages!

Comment by AidSource on January 4, 2012 at 8:58am

FYI, Peter Casier (Road to the Horizon) has a new blog and twitter feed devoted to humanitarian industry job: @AidJobs, and AidJobs.org!

 
 
 

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