Save the Date:Impact Design Education Summit November 6th, 2017 9:00am-3:00pm The Blum Center For Developing Economies, UC Berkeley Social impact
By Francesca Munsayac In October, the Blum Center will send 30 UC Berkeley students to the 2017 Clinton Global
In rural Uganda, extension services help farmers apply cutting edge technologies and best practices that promote agricultural productivity and improve rural livelihoods.
This year two Blum Center student instructors, Sonia Travaglini and Julia Kramer, will receive Berkeley’s Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor award.
By Sarah Bernardo The Blum Center’s Global Poverty & Practice (GPP) minor is one of the most popular undergraduate minors
By Sarah Bernardo Each year, UC Berkeley bestows its Distinguished Teaching Award, the campus’ highest honor for teaching. This year,
Peace, data, development: Perspectives on poverty intervention
By Sarah Bernardo Winrock International is a global leader in international development with a focus on social, agricultural, and environmental
By Sarah Bernardo, 4th Year English and Legal Studies Double Major, UC Berkeley According to the official International Women’s Day
By Sarah Bernardo The United Nations has long been committed to pursuing gender equality in all areas of society. Most
The Blum Center and Big Ideas@Berkeley is pleased to collaborate on an exciting initiative supported by the State of California
By Rachel Dzombak and Chloe Gregori The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) represent a prioritized agenda for global change by 2030, with
On the evening of November 4, 2016, students, anti-trafficking experts, community members, and professionals from a wide variety of fields
Screening for blood diseases like Malaria is typically done in a lab by a pathologist. But for many people in