Solutions to global poverty encompass governance, security, health care, education, employment, gender equality, human rights, and the environment.
Dartmouth has a growing cadre of researchers and students—not to mention alumni—actively working in international development. Dartmouth’s faculty includes numerous practitioners and analysts who engage with development in the departments of anthropology, engineering, economics, environmental studies, geography, and sociology, among others.
The mission of the Dickey Center’s Human Development initiative is to enhance the College’s strength in evidence-based research aimed at ameliorating poverty and other forms of deprivation in low-income countries. We engage with global research networks and policymakers by fostering connections between faculty researchers and students with leading and researchers working on international development issues.