Teaching & Learning
The Ford Program is expanding opportunities for Notre Dame students to explore issues related to human development studies in and beyond the classroom and is strengthening Notre Dame faculty expertise in this area.
The Ford Program has launched a new minor in International Development Studies.
To promote the sharing of scholarly ideas and culture—especially in the area of human development studies—the Ford Program supports student and faculty exchange opportunities between the University of Notre Dame and partner universities in other countries.
The Ford Program supports events on campus to engage students and engender dialogue on human development at the University of Notre Dame. Events include an annual student conference, a Discussions on Development series, and a host of talks given by development scholars and practitioners
To expand the University’s course offerings in human development, the Ford Program offers course-development grants to Notre Dame faculty members each spring.
The Ford Program offers undergraduate internship grants in collaboration with the Kellogg Institute, the Center for Social Concerns, and the Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies. Click here for past interns.
Encouraging student and faculty exchange with partner institutions
Learn more about international development - suggested readings