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The Blum Center for Developing Economies at UC Berkeley is an interdisciplinary hub for students, researchers, and scholars focusing on global poverty and inequality.
To tackle global poverty, design, development, and research need to work hand in hand.
The Blum Center offers innovative courses and programs that marry human-centered design with experiential learning, development economics, and world-class science and engineering.
The Blum Center trains students and researchers at the University of California, Berkeley to marry human-centered design, experiential learning, development economics, and world-class science and engineering.
The Blum Center offers an undergraduate minor in Global Poverty & Practice and a doctoral program in Development Engineering. Nearly 5,000 students have secured $55 million in funding through its Big Ideas innovation competition.
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