Working For Human Development

Genevieve Gill-Wiehl, Anna Kottkamp and Ilse Zenteno | Feb. 17, 2014 | Notre Dame News

An employee of BOSCO-Uganda, a non-profit organization which brings internet connectivity to rural communities in northern Uganda, adjusts an antenna next to an IDP camp near Gulu, Uganda / Matt Cashore

The sixth annual Human Development Conference at the University of Notre Dame will bring together hundreds of students and guests from Notre Dame and colleges and universities as far away as Uganda, India, the Dominican Republic and Switzerland to share their research experiences in the developing world and discuss the meaning of authentic human development from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.

Organized by students for students, the conference will be held Feb. 28 (Friday) and March 1 (Saturday) in the Hesburgh Center for International Studies on the Notre Dame campus. The conference is free and open to the public.

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