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MDP Program October 2021 Newsletter

by |October 5th, 2021

MDP Program October 2021 Newsletter

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Promo Kit: The Jeffrey Sachs Book Club

by |January 22nd, 2021

  The Book Club with Jeffrey Sachs is a free global forum to discuss outstanding, recently-published work that examines the most important topics for humanity.  Hosted by Columbia University Professor Jeffrey Sachs, the eminent thought-leader in economics and sustainable development, the Book Club features monthly interviews with renowned authors about their groundbreaking work in sustainability,… read more

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Participate in Global Classroom: Foundations of Sustainable Development this Fall 2020

by |September 14th, 2020

Global Classroom: Foundations of Sustainable Development Practice was introduced in 2008 by Columbia University before the establishment of the  first Master’s in Developent Practice (MDP) program in 2009. (It was initially called Global Classroom: Integrated Approaches to Sustainable Development.) The intent of this 14-week course is to provide Master’s-level students from universities around the world,… read more

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Congratulations 2020 Graduates Video from MDP ASC Leaders

by |May 26th, 2020

https://youtu.be/Kh7eh7ZGVE0)

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MDP Students’ Field Trip to Veracruz, Mexico

by |May 19th, 2020

  Field Trip to Veracruz: Our Exploration of the Complexities of the Agro-Environmental Movement in Mexico Introduction: The University of Waterloo’s School of Environment, Enterprise and Development (SEED) organizes a field trip every year for the Master’s in Development Practice students, as a part of their curriculum with a goal of helping students gain practical… read more

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2020 Message from the SAAC Global Chair

by |February 26th, 2020

Nmandi UmunnabuikeThe cross-disciplinary nature of Master’s in Development Practice (MDP), provides us an opportunity of determining the trajectory and influencing the pathways towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. The programme itself was created in response to the yawning gap in the multidisciplinary human resources needed to conceive, analyze, and address complex global challenges…. read more

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