|Wk||Date||Topic and Presenters 1-2 pm||Topic and Presenters 2-3 pm|
|1||1/22||Introduction and planning (Agogino, Martin, DevEngFaculty)
Read: Design Thinking in Development Engineering, David Levine, Martha Lesniewski and Alice Agogino, International Journal of Engineering Education.
Read: P. Gordon, J. Kramer, R. Dzombak, S. Martin, A.M. Agogino, “Building 21st Century Skills through Development Engineering“, Proceedings of the Mudd Design Workshop, 2017 titled “Design and the Future of the Engineer of 2020”.
Development Engineering: Student perspective and journey on framing research around social justice, development, design and engineering, Julia Kramer and Rachel Dzombak
Read: Impact Design Hub, Jan. 19 blog: https://impactdesignhub.org/2017/01/19/development-engineering-critical-overview/
|2||1/29||Kara Nelson and Luis Anaya, Civil and Environmental Engineering: Drinking water and sanitation in developing countries.||
?Kweku Opoku-Agyemang, DIL
|3||2/5||David Levine, Haas School of Business: Global Challenges in Responsible Business|
|4||2/12||Dan Kammen, Isa Ferrall, Laney Seigner, Energy Resources Group and Public Policy: Renewable and Appropriate Energy||?Kweku Opoku-Agyemang, DIL|
|5||2/19||NO CLASS – Presidents Day|
|Joshua Blumenstock, iSchool: Data-intensive ICT4D||?Amos Winter, Global Engineering and Research Lab, M.I.T. http://web.mit.edu/awinter/www/|
|Clair Brown, Professor of the Graduate School, Emerita in Economics: Buddhist Economics.
Read her book on Buddhist Economics and get is signed.
|?Amos Winter, Global Engineering and Research Lab, M.I.T. http://web.mit.edu/awinter/www/
?Possibly Brad DeLong
|?Amit Bandopadhyaya, Senior Director of Water and Energy, Winrock International.||?Brad DeLong|
|Ranjit Deshmukh <email@example.com>, ITRI-Rosenfeld postdoctoral fellow: Energy Technologies Area, getting india off coal
|Joshua Viers, UC Merced, ecology/watershed: “More Pop per Drop: Functional Environmental Flows to Meet Ecosystem Needs and Human Demands”|| Karletta Chief, PI, University of Arizona’s NSF NRT: Indigenous FEWS Fellowships.
Dept.of Soil, Water, and Environmental Sciences
|Michael Ranney, Paras Kumar, Leela Velautham, Graduate School of Education: Global Warming Education.|
Speakers invited but not yet confirmed:
- Ryan Shelby, Foreign Service Engineering Officer at USAID/Haiti
- Kweku Opoku-Agyemang, DIL
- Pierce Gordon, Communityy-based Evaluation lecture and workshop
- Winrock, Erin Hughes and Amit Bhattacharya, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Brad DeLong, Historical Economist; Chief Economist, Blum Center for Developoing Regions
Sangeeta Chowdhry <email@example.com>
Ashley Muspratt <firstname.lastname@example.org>