A view of Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire. Photo by Pierre Terdjman.

A view of Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire. Photo by Pierre Terdjman.

DevSoc alumni from Sol Systems, Abt Associates, and the Harry Potter Alliance spoke with undergrads in a career panel on Oct 17, 2018

alumni panel

Undergrad Francine Barchett spent part of her summer interviewing coffee and tea plantation farmers in Malang, Indonesia.

Francine Barchett

Chair and Professor Parfait Eloundou-Enyegue introduces the 2018 Polson Institute Symposium. Photo by Patrick Shanahan

Chair and Professor Parfait Eloundou-Enyegue introduces the 2018 Polson Institute Symposium

The fruit of the lacquer tree, cultivated within upland forests in Yunnan Province, China. Photo by John Zinda

Graduate students test ideas at the 'Ethnographies of Interconnection' workshop, April 20. Photo by Christian Elliott

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The Department of Development Sociology at Cornell University is a global leader in purpose-driven social science. Our professors, researchers, and outreach specialists are committed to improving communities in New York State and around the world. We educate the next generation of change-makers and conduct research on diverse aspects of development, including governance, population dynamics, environmental change, and food systems.

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