Pulte Institute Faculty Fellows

The Pulte Institute for Global Development Faculty Fellows program is designed to bring multidisciplinary Notre Dame faculty together to engage in research, policy, and programmatic activity which addresses global development challenges. Faculty fellows are professors with primary appointments in each of the colleges present within the university framework and will have an increased involvement with Pulte Institute programs, including project collaboration, Keough School coursework, and research projects. Program activity, as well as the individual expertise of each nominated fellow, will be driven by one or more of the Institute's five domains of thematic focus:

  • Sustainability
  • Humanitarianism
  • Effective States and Development
  • Business in Development
  • Global Health

Pulte Institute Faculty Fellows, upon acceptance of their nomination, are appointed up to a three-year term (or a term matched to the end of their faculty appointment, whichever is shorter), renewable upon completion.