above: Uganda 2019 Students present research at the IFD 2019 Fall Conference
the next generation of humanitarian innovators in learning how to assess problems, develop solutions, and work with a diverse team of stakeholders in unstable environments.
the knowledge and tools available to support humanitarian interventions that build on local & international collaborations in Lebanon, Colombia, and Uganda.
refugee participation in generating sustainable solutions for their well-being and welfare.
students across borders – disciplinary, personal, and national borders – through problem-focused, peer-to-peer learning.
Discuss the origin and context of the local refugee crisis and ethical conduct of research, complete needs assessment & formulate problem statement through site visits, seminars and literature review
Team building, brainstorm, and design contextually-relevant solutions with guidance from experts while incorporating community feedback
Week 3: Plan pitch, then present idea to “investors”, stakeholders, and faculty members
Beyond: Students have the opportunity to continue developing their projects in Boston through research and HUB Co-curriculars
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