After completing my doctorate, I worked at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts as an adjunct faculty in the fall of 2010, teaching a graduate course in development theory.

 

I continued at Clark in spring 2011 and facilitated a graduate seminar on project management for social change. During this time, I also returned briefly to CIE for a second stint to work on an extension to the Afghanistan Higher Education project.

 

For the academic year 2011/12, I will be working full-time as a visiting assistant professor in the Department of International Development, Community and Environment at Clark University. I often see David Bell who is now a faculty colleague at Clark. I continue my research interest in Caribbean development issues and recently published a paper on Jamaica’s Policy Discourse in the Age of Globalization: Framing Education as (Private) Investment. [10/11]

 

 

Degree: 
Ed.D.
Graduation Year: 
5-year span: 
Status: 
CIE Graduate