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The Institute for African Development (IAD) is an interdisciplinary nucleus for the study of Africa with the overarching goal of strengthening and expanding the depth and breadth of African development studies. Based in Ithaca, our impact reaches far beyond our physical location. More than 40 IAD-affiliated faculty from across Cornell conduct research and teach courses related to African development. More than 300 IAD graduate fellows now work in government, NGOs, academic institutions, and international organizations on the African continent—testament to the institute's diverse constituency and impact. IAD is supported by an Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Languages (UISFL) grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

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Program
The Bouriez Family Fellowship, administered by the Institute for African Development (IAD), sponsors exceptional students from Francophone Africa as they pursue professional training
Internship
Reinforces academic learning by providing undergraduates the opportunity to actively engage and conduct research with individuals and organizations directly involved in policy and program development in Africa.
Seminar
Economic Growth, Inclusive Development and Sustainability in Africa           
Seminar
IAD Monthly Global Africa Webinar on Contemporary Issues
Associate Professor, City and Regional Planning
Jay Hyman Professor of Wildlife Health and Health Policy
Director, Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies
Postsecondary Outreach Coordinator
Tinenenji Banda

Institute for African Development

Andreu Sola-Martin

Institute for African Development