Amy Damon, Director
These faculty are members of the steering committee for the International Development concentration. Links direct you to faculty profile pages in their home department. Professor Amy Damon serves as the International Development program director.
Global political economy, international political theory
Associate Professor of Economics and Latin American Studies
Rural and agricultural development, economic development, education in developing countries, and Central America-U.S. migration
Socio-cultural anthropology, ethnic identities, globalization, environmentalism, South Asia (Sri Lanka and Nepal)
Distinguished Lecturer in International Studies and Dean of the Institute for Global Citizenship
Dynamics between poverty, health care seeking behavior and health system response, particularly for the care of infectious diseases.
Associate Professor and Chair, Sociology
Political ecology, tropical agriculture, environment and development policy, and livelihood security
Associate Professor of Environmental Studies
Environmental policy and politics