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Testimonials from Master's Students in Panama

Feb
25

Students earning their Master's degree in International Development from Payson are afforded the unique opportunity to participate in the Panama Field Work Experience, wherein they earn elective credits working as an intern for the United Nations Development Programme Regional Center for Latin America and the Carribean (UNDP throughout their two-semester term in Panama.

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Strategic press conference with UNDP, USMA Panama and Executive Director of Payson Center

Sep
09
USMA, UNDP and Payson Center Press Conference to launch Tulane "Panama Field Work Experience" Masters Degree Program

On September 6th, Payson Center Executive Director, Colin Crawford, the Catholic University of Santa María la Antigua (USMA) and the United Nations Program for Development (UNDP) held a press conference at USMA in Panama City to announce an innovative opportunity for prospective graduate students who want to pursue a Masters in International Development at Tulane University, with a year of study and a United Nations internship in Panama City, and a year of study in New Orleans.

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Combining study with UN internships in Latin America, Tulane announces the Master’s of International Development Panama Field Work Experience

May
07
Panama City Skyline

Contact: Sarah Harelson-Truxillo, Program Manager at sharelso@tulane.edu

Tulane University Law School’s Payson Center for International Development is introducing an exciting new opportunity for students to complete a Panama Field Work Experience Master’s Program in International Development. Master’s students admitted for Fall of 2013 can enroll in the program! This will be the inaugural cohort!

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Regional Project on HIV and Development: Integration of HIV/AIDS into Educational Curricula of West African Countries

The program was set up as a six-week intensive course. The interdisciplinary training-of-trainers HIV/AIDS course consisted of a variety of topics that are of pressing importance to the sub-region, including: HIV/AIDS and development, methodology, research ethics, behavioral change, project management and evaluation, financial and logistics management, IEC strategies for community participation, legal and policy aspects, and learning how to learn with technology.

Start Date: 
2003
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