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This year's International Economic Development Program (IEDP) students will share stories and lessons learned from their trip to Morocco.
IEDP was established in 1999 by the International Policy Student Association (IPSA) with support and strategic guidance from the late Professor Katherine Terrell. It is a three-credit academic program that serves as an experiential learning opportunity for graduate students to think and walk through the multi-faceted experience of an international project from start to finish. Students conduct an in-depth investigation to analyze the economic, social, political, health, and/or environmental policy challenges that developing countries face. IEDP alumni generally look back on the program as a demanding but rewarding (and fun!) academic and professional development experience.