A recently published journal article, “Creating a Tool to Measure Children's Wellbeing: A PSS Intervention in South Sudan,” is co-authored by Tom Purekal, Innovation and Practice Program Director with the University of Notre Dame’s Pulte Institute for Global Development.
A new book, “Catholic Peacebuilding and Mining: Integral Peace, Development, and Ecology” (Routledge), features a chapter written by Ray Offenheiser on the need for mining companies to move from operating with impunity to negotiating and receiving consent from local communities.
The University of Notre Dame is proud to announce its selection as an Institute Partner for the 2022 Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders. Beginning in mid-June, the Pulte Institute for Global Development, part of the Keough School of Global Affairs, will host 25 of Africa’s bright, emerging Business leaders for a six-week Leadership Institute, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.
The tool created for USAID by the Pulte Institute’s Evidence & Learning Division, Purdue University, and Catholic Relief Services has been named a top resource for 2021 by the USAID-supported Marketlinks platform.
The Pulte Institute celebrates the often untold story of the Peace Corps and Notre Dame. Alumni and staff share their unique experiences with the Peace Corps, Father Hesburgh, and their career paths to global development.
An article co-authored by several Notre Dame researchers, has been published in PLOS ONE. The article, “Examining person-centered maternity care in a peri-urban setting in Embakasi, Nairobi, Kenya…
Can an American university empower legal professionals in another country to fight corruption and uphold the rule of law?
It’s a challenge two institutes at the University of Notre Dame recently took on in Paraguay as part of a larger push to strengthen the country’s democratic institutions and promote a culture of integrity among politicians and the judiciary.…
“Beyond the Border: The Realities of Migration from Central America” is a three-part series hosted on the ThinkND platform; sessions will be held on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. EDT beginning Sept. 29 and ending Oct. 13.
The University of Notre Dame received $222.7 million in research award funding for fiscal year 2021. This is more than $42 million over the previous record and the first time the University has surpassed the $200 million mark.
Michael Sweikar, Executive Director of the Pulte Institute for Global Development, joined members of the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition to advocate for the United States to continue to play a global leadership role through development and diplomacy.
The Pulte Institute for Global Development congratulates Raymond C. Offenheiser, the William J. Pulte Director of the Institute and interim Director of the McKenna Center for Human Development and Global Business, on his appointment as Professor of the Practice within the Keough School of Global Affairs.