2018-2019 Global Development Studies Senior Thesis Projects
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|NAME||TITLE OF THESIS PROJECT|
|Austin Bosworth||The Impacts of Urban-Rural Dynamics on Renewable Energy Development: A Comparative Study of the US, China, and Denmark|
|Sara Burke||Demystifying Poverty and Tourism: Looking into Pro-Poor Tourism in India|
|Kelsey Craig||Social and Economic Integration of Refugee Populations in Low-Income Countries|
|Kat Cunningham||Activism as Development: The Socially Transformative Power of Student Feminisms Throughout the Americas during the ‘Long Sixties'|
|Wildes Ho||Tourism and Poverty Alleviation|
|Mickey Liebrecht||NGO Efficacy in Tanzania and Zimbabwe|
|Rachel Moen||Indigenous Peoples Increasing Connection to the Modern World: Challenges and Alliances as a Result of Development|
|Nicholas Navin||Indonesia and English: Understanding Globalization Methods Through the Medium-of-Instruction in Education|
|Wren Norwood||A Human Rights Paradox: Immigration Detention and the Destruction of the Psyche|
|Jordan O'Hanlon||Silver Bullets of Development? Working Towards Poverty Alleviation in Microcredit and Conditional Cash Transfer Programs|
|Meadow Poplawsky||Financial Inclusion: Alleviating Poverty in a Neoliberal World|
|Anja Stokes||Tradeoffs Associated with Tourism as a Rural Development Strategy in Low-Income Countries|
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