Students work with community members in Uganda to collect data on mobile devices
The Pulte Institute for Global Development currently employs more than 50 undergraduate and graduate student research assistants to help us further our mission of addressing global poverty and inequality. This on-the-ground support for development projects — such as improving drinking water access in Colombia, understanding food insecurity in Mozambique, and developing tools for private sector engagement by development organizations — gives students invaluable experience in the field and differentiates them in the job market.
The Pulte Institute invites all interested undergraduate and graduate students to join us as we bring our faculty, staff, and student research communities together to share experiences, ideas, and network. The event will showcase the students who have played a key role in our work and future opportunities for engagement.
This event is open to existing Pulte Institute student employees and any current Notre Dame student interested in becoming more involved with the Pulte Institute.
Pizza will be provided and registration is strongly encouraged.