Keyword: International Development Studies
Faculty: In Their Own Words - Dr. Jonathan Sears
Thursday, January 26, 2023 @ 12:45 PM
Dr. Jonathan Sears is Associate Professor of International Development Studies, Affiliate Faculty of Political Studies, and Associate Dean of Menno Simons College (MSC), a program centre of CMU. He has taught at CMU since 2008, primarily from the MSC campus.
CMU alumna works for gender equality in practicum turned career
Friday, January 22, 2021 @ 9:48 AM
Ennet Bera hadn't even donned her graduation cap yet when she got her first job in the non-profit sector.
Bera (CMU '19) graduated with a Master of Arts in Peacebuilding and Collaborative Development. She is program assistant for the Fund for Innovation and Transformation (FIT), which operates through the Manitoba Council for International Cooperation in Winnipeg.
MSC Alumni Profile: Jordan Ewart (BA IDS, 2018)
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 @ 2:31 PM
For Jordan Ewart, policy analyst at the Saskatchewan Trucking Agency, the trucking industry in Canada continues to experience a significant shortage in female employees. With 97% of truckers identifying as male and only 3% as female, Ewart—who graduated with a BA in International Development Studies and is completing an additional major in Conflict Resolution Studies at Menno Simons College (MSC)—is recognizing more and more the need for female employment in a male-dominated industry.
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Faculty: In Their Own Words - Dr. Ray Vander Zaag
Thursday, April 18, 2019 @ 10:32 AM
Dr. Ray Vander Zaag, Assistant Professor, International Development Studies, has taught at CMU full-time since 2000.
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Learning From the Field | Public Lecture with Jane Rabinowicz (video)
Tuesday, February 13, 2018 @ 12:04 PM
Jane Rabinowicz, Executive Director of USC Canada, was named to the Global and Mail's 53 most influential people in Canadian food for her seed security work in Canada in 2016. And in 2017, she was profiled by CBC as part of a six-part documentary series called "WE ARE CANADA," that celebrates the next generation of passionate Canadian change-makers.