Ph.D. candidate Douglas Grane carried out fieldwork for his doctoral dissertation in Kenya. His work investigated the development of data systems to evaluate joint donor and Kenyan government investments in free primary education in Kenya.
I’ve asked myself this question many times. There’s a natural rhythm to the academic year and to the professional activities of the teaching/research/service model expectations of the modern university. I will miss this rhythm and now must replace it.
Eric Tate is working with fellow investigator, Nandita Basu formally from Civil & Environmental Engineering at The University of Iowa, to determine the natural and societal factors influencing the sustainability of water resources in Southern India.