Not just “business as usual”: Humanizing supply chains amid the pandemic

August 6, 2020

Just days into the closure of our campus and larger communities this past March, I had the opportunity to speak with Gustavo Perez Burlanga, senior […]

In The Media

The coronavirus has revealed the true nature of hunger in America

June 19, 2020

In a recent Chronicle of Philantropy op-ed, Ray Offenheiser, William J. Pulte Director of the Pulte Institute for Global Development, highlights the impact of the […]

Two paths out of the pandemic in Central America: Repression or rights? 

June 16, 2020

A year ago, the media were directing our attention to caravans of Hondurans, Guatemalans and Salvadorans leaving their homes to trek to the United States. […]

Women under the weight of lockdown

May 21, 2020

It does not come as a surprise that, as the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economic and social wellbeing of the population are […]

The impact of COVID-19 on community-based research in developing countries

May 7, 2020

In the era of social distancing, travel restrictions, and stay-at-home orders, face-to-face research has been halted globally. One thing is clear: because of the high […]

A pandemic of bungling and mismanagement: Lessons from Ebola

April 29, 2020

As CEO of a humanitarian organization you regularly witness tragedy, ingenuity, and heroism as well as fear, ignorance, uncertainty, and incompetence. You also learn some […]

In The Media

The Green Revolution: Norman Borlaug and the Race to Fight Global Hunger

April 3, 2020

Ray Offenheiser, William J. Pulte Director of the Pulte Institute for Global Development and Associate Professor of the Practice, reflects on Norman Borlaug’s work in […]