Tracy Kijewski-Correa is the William J. Pulte Director of the Pulte Institute for Global Development in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame, where she also serves as Academic Director of the School’s Integration Lab (i-Lab). Additionally, Kijewski-Correa is a professor of Civil Engineering and Global Affairs, jointly appointed in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences. Her research addresses civil infrastructure challenges in the developed and developing world and natural hazard assessment and mitigation. A cofounder of Engineering2Empower (E2E), Kijewski-Correa and E2E colleagues have developed a comprehensive strategy for sustainable housing in Haiti, integrating community-led innovation and market-based solutions.
Video: “Fighting to Protect Our Community”
21st-century civil infrastructure challenges in both the developed and developing world
Challenges in modern civil infrastructure and natural hazard assessment and mitigation.
Bittersweet: Master's students get taste of complex global problems
Dec 13, 2018
Master of Global Affairs (MGA) student and Kellogg Fellowship Recipient Sofía del Valle has come to Ghana to examine, among other issues, this gendered practice and its implications.
Faculty Fellow Featured in "What Would You Fight For?" Video
Sep 14, 2018
Congratulations to Faculty Fellow Tracy Kijewski-Correa (civil and environmental engineering & earth sciences and global affairs), who is featured in Notre Dame's latest "What Would You Fight For?" video!