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The Blum Center for Developing Economies at the University of California - Berkeley is an interdisciplinary hub for students, researchers, and scholars focusing on global poverty and inequality.
Design, development, and research need to work hand in hand to tackle global poverty.
The Blum Center offers unique courses and programs that marry human-centered design with experiential learning, development economics, and world-class science and engineering.
Students at the Blum Center learn to consider economic, cultural, political, and environmental factors as they co-design products and services with people who need them.
The Blum Center offers degree programs in Global Poverty & Practice, Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy, and Water Systems, and Development Engineering. Winning teams in its Big Ideas innovation competition have secured more than $650 million in outside funding.
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