CANCELLED: Neither Wolf Nor Dog screening

Today’s screening of Neither Wolf Nor Dog has been postponed until the Spring 2018 semester. Check back for further details in January.


IPID International Travel Grant 2016

IPID International Travel Grant 2016

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Development (IPID) International Travel Grants, of $1,250 each, are awarded to support University of Minnesota students who are participating in research, internship, or work experience related to international development. Award may be used from May – December 2016. Project should range in length from three (3) weeks to four (4) months.

The goal of the grant is to provide an additional funding source to undergraduate, graduate, and professional students participating in international research, internship, or work experiences. With our focus on international development, this opportunity not only allows specific students to gather and conduct research, but it also allows for all students throughout the university to gain insights into their findings through recipient reporting requirements.



International Travel Grant 2016



IPID Grant 2016- Guidelines

IPID Grant 2016- Application


Completed applications are to be submitted to IPID by March 11, 2016 at 11:59 pm to: Awards will be announced by April 15, 2016.

The Sustainable Development Goals: Moving Toward Equity?

Please join Gender, Sex & Public Policy Humphrey Event Committee (GSPEC) and IPID for a discussion of the new sustainable development goals and what they mean for global gender equity.

When: Friday, November 20th

Where: Freeman Commons (Humphrey 205)

Special guests include:

Chris Johnstone [Cooperative and International Development Education]

Karen Brown [Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change]

Angess Mumba [Humphrey International Fellow and advocate for gender equality and human rights]

Light refreshments will be served.


Spring 2015 Student Speaker & Research Conference

IPID is looking for researchers to present at the annual student speaker & research conference! If you are a graduate student and you have conducted or are currently conducting research concerning international development, we want to hear from you.

The conference theme this year is Implementing the Post-2015 Development Agenda. All presentations should consist of a discussion of what international development will, could, or should look like after the Millennium Development Goals. Presentations should last between 15-20 minutes followed by a 10 minute question and answer session.

In order to apply, please submit the following information to by April 3rd:

-Your name (or the names of your group members), your program, and the year of study of all group members
-A professional photo
-A 50-250 word summary of the article/project

The event will be held on April 24th from 2PM – 6PM at the Humphrey School in room 215.