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Marc F. Bellemare replied to Grace Bahng's discussion REVIEWS - Duke University: Sanford School of Public Policy in the group Students & Educators
"You might think that; having now left Duke, however, I could not *possibly* comment..."
Mar 8
R replied to Grace Bahng's discussion REVIEWS - Duke University: Sanford School of Public Policy in the group Students & Educators
"Summary I attended and graduated from Duke’s MIDP program and found it a waste of my time and money. Knowing what I know now I would either go to a different graduate school or not have attended one at all if given the opportunity to change my…"
Mar 8
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Stuff Expat Aid Workers Like

A Fan Group for the uber-awesome AidSource sister site: Stuff Expat Aid Workers LikeC'mon in, comment on recent SEAWL posts, share photos and links, one-up each other, or just hang out.See More
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Melanie G. Ferrer liked Grace Bahng's discussion Good models/examples of partnerships with practitioners and academics??
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Our visionOur mission is to provide a collaborative and participatory platform for individuals passionate about development, aid, and other global issues.Our vision is to enable you to lend your voice and energy to development issues and to continue your education and learning around development.We aim to do that by:Promoting open and critical discussion on issues related to developmentEngaging a wide range of people to contribute to developmentFacilitating networking amongst like-minded…See More
Jul 13, 2012
Grace Bahng replied to J.'s discussion What would it take to make you walk? in the group Work & Life
"According to this infographic, looks like more millennials (24%) consider an employer's policy on social media important when considering a job.  Maybe the new generation will force orgs to re-examine their attitudes/stances on blogging,…"
Jun 30, 2012
Grace Bahng replied to Rowan Emslie's discussion Academia and Development - A Seperation of Powers in the group Students & Educators
"Yes, it is an interesting idea.  Let me know if I can be of any service. Seems to me, that finding a way to bring attention to and translate new research to agencies would be of help to agencies.  The other difficulty for agencies in using…"
Jun 15, 2012
Grace Bahng replied to Rowan Emslie's discussion Academia and Development - A Seperation of Powers in the group Students & Educators
"Learning how to do field research/work is one aspect of many PhD programs.  But many if not most programs are trying to prepare you to create knowledge, think critically, advance the discipline, and teach others.  Many of the top research…"
Jun 14, 2012
Grace Bahng replied to J.'s discussion What would it take to make you walk? in the group Work & Life
"Interesting question.  Self-care/family care is an important consideration.  But I'm also wondering what sort of ethical boundaries would your employer org have to cross to make people walk..."
Jun 14, 2012
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Jun 14, 2012
Johanna Fadipe commented on Grace Bahng's page Graduate Programs Outside U.S. in the group Students & Educators
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"I went to the University of Edinburgh - Centre of African Studies and loved it. It's a postgrad centre in an amazing city with some awesome staff and you feel like you're part of a real community. The Centre is full of Africanists, who…"
Jun 14, 2012
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Jun 13, 2012
Grace Bahng and Aaron Ausland are now friends
Jun 12, 2012
Grace Bahng replied to Rowan Emslie's discussion Academia and Development - A Seperation of Powers in the group Students & Educators
"Ian, nice summary of the conversation at DRI.  I agree with what was said about the different skills and attitudes.  Many aid workers would make poor researchers and many researchers would make poor aid workers and there is nothing wrong…"
Jun 4, 2012

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G Bahng
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What I do
Consultant, Educator, Researcher
About me
Assistant Professor of Global Studies with poverty, aid/development, spirituality, community, policy, innovation, culture, current events, etc. on my mind in Los Angeles.
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http://gracebahng.wordpress.com
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At 11:22am on February 16, 2012, Melissa said…

Hi Grace, 

I was looking at the page on educational programs and had some ideas to possibly include:

Some ideas:

Institute for Development Studies- University of Sussex

Peace Studies- University of Bradford

Masters in Humanitarian Action- NOHA

Oxford Brookes- Development and Emergency Practice

At 1:44am on February 12, 2012, Ryan Delafosse said…
Your "What are you currently reading?" thread tripled my reading list. Thanks a lot! ;)
 
 
 

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