At the Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development, there is a wide range of exciting academic, research, and professional opportunities for Notre Dame students and faculty to take advantage of.
Undergraduate and Graduate Students
NDIGD offers undergraduate and graduate students at Notre Dame a number of global development courses focused on policy and practice, as well as unique and variable experiential learning opportunities across the globe. We seek to offer students professionally meaningful, career-oriented field placement opportunities as a way of enhancing their attractiveness to potential employers. Learn more.
Faculty and Researchers
NDIGD serves as a bridge between faculty research and teaching interests, and the global development community. Increasingly, research and learning are core tenants of development programs. Through NDIGD, the University is well positioned to respond to this need while advancing the research agenda of its faculty. NDIGD actively seeks funding opportunities for faculty to advance global development in the sciences, technology, engineering, health, business, economics, political science, and other social sciences. Learn more.
Hoffman Policy and Practice Visiting Associates
NDIGD seeks policy and practice experts on today's most compelling global development issues to apply to join our Paul G. Hoffman Policy and Practice Visiting Associates program.
While in residency, Hoffman Visiting Associates spend between one and six months on the University of Notre Dame's historic campus, working with Notre Dame faculty and researchers to write evidence-based, strategic publications that can positively influence global development policy and practice nationally or internationally through engaging key thought leaders; policymakers and government agencies; the private sector; and the academy. Learn more.