- About IDCE
IDCE has approximately 160 graduate students from more than 30 different countries. Forty percent of our graduate students are international, creating a rich diversity of perspectives and backgrounds in our classrooms. IDCE has welcomed students from many countries including Ghana, Egypt, Vietnam, Pakistan, Sudan, China, Nepal, Malawi, Ethiopia, Thailand, Kenya, Liberia, Tanzania, India, Indonesia, Nigeria, Ukraine, Ecuador, Turkey, Eritrea, the Netherlands, Uganda, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Russia, Albania, Rwanda, Peru, South Korea, Angola, Bangladesh, Canada, and Cambodia.
Most IDCE students have several years of professional experience and have decided to return to graduate school to learn new, alternative skills and for the opportunity to think critically about their experiences. The diversity of our student body brings to each program a wide range of backgrounds, perspectives, talents, and interests. IDCE seeks students who demonstrate a combined passion for and commitment to understanding the complex fields of development and the environment.
|Amar Azucena Cid (CDP '08)||John Granville (IDSC '04)||Ana Monteiro (ES&P '07)|
|Lawrence Were (IDSC '10)||Ampoto (IDSC '09)||Evan Wilson (ID '06)|
|Huynh Tan Anh (IDSC '12)|