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Interested in international education?
The International Educational Development Program - Doctoral Concentration (IEDP-D) is a unique cross-program concentration open to all Ph.D. and Ed.D. students enrolled in any one of PennGSE’s doctoral programs. The IEDP-D concentration will appear on your GSE transcript, provided you complete all requirements. Additional beneﬁts include:
Community. A community of like-minded global-oriented graduate students who are committed to working and doing research in developing country contexts across the world. We meet the ﬁrst and third Thursday (10:00-12Noon) of each month over refreshments provided by the IEDP.
Research. Opportunities to share and receive feedback on your research during the monthly IEDP-D Proseminar. Also, IEDP-D helps to support international ﬁeld research placements over the summer.
Teaching. Priority for teaching assistantships for core IEDP-Masters classes; micro-teaching opportunities throughout the year.
Professional Development. Skill building workshops as well as potential funding for participation in internationally focused academic activities. Assistance in participation in, and preparation for international conferences.
Networking. Connecting with leaders in the global development ﬁeld. Past guests have included senior representatives from the World Bank, UNICEF, Save the Children and many other organizations.