Training and Education

With approximately 60 predoctoral trainees, our training program offers graduate students personalized attention. It is characterized by close interaction with and mentoring from faculty, outstanding facilities, and many opportunities for collaborative research, data acquisition, specialized language or methods courses, and more.

Trainees in our affiliated programs of Anthropology, Economics, Political Science, Public Health, and Sociology are enthusiastic about expanding traditional scholarly boundaries through their participation in coursework, faculty research, and the development of their own intellectual projects.

Our trainees conduct evidence-based research to understand and improve global equality, health, and welfare with disciplinary excellence and an interdisciplinary approach—making significant contributions to our global impact.