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Hannah Graham Memorial Award

Applications are due 9 October 2015 for the inaugural Hannah Graham Memorial Award. This research award will support students who share Graham’s passions for global health, French culture and service to others. See for more information including the timeline, award requirements, and application.

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The Clinton Global Initiative Meeting: The Future of "Impact"

Updates from the 2015 Clinton Global Initiative Meeting... see the full DEVEX article...CGI’s 10th year saw discussions of critical issues facing the development sector as it projects forward to 2030, the year by which world leaders have agreed extreme poverty must be made history. President Clinton urged attendees to focus on “trend lines,” instead of on “headlines.”  The overall trajectory for poverty alleviation, Clinton sought to remind CGI’s assembly of the rich, famous and influential, is good.

A new kind of development professional: The development engineer

At Berkeley, engineers and computer scientists are in the same rooms as economists and political scientists, working together to test, implement and scale technologies in a way that can reframe global development as we know it. As momentum grows behind development engineering as an interdisciplinary field in academia, Devex spoke with some of the students, faculty, and alumni who are shaping this story.

What Would US Global Health Reform Really Look Like?

The Center for Global Development is thinking critically about how the next US president can increase the impact and efficiency of America’s taxpayer-funded global health investments. The US lacks a government-wide strategy on global health engagement, and it shows — most recently in the slow and messy response to the Ebola crisis. But we think it doesn’t have to be this way.