Universities where IDEAS has taught

 

IDEAS team members have developed and taught academic courses in the following universities around the world:

  • Tulane University in USA  www.tulane.edu   Dr. Garber is an Adjunct Professor and has taught four to five courses a year in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015.
  • School of International Studies, American University, Washington, DC, USA 2014 and several years in the late 1990s
  • Universidad Americana in Nicaragua  www.uam.edu.ni  Taught in the Masters in Microfinance.
  • Southern New Hampshire University in USA  www.snhu.edu
  • University of Limpompo in South Africa  www.unorth.ac.za
  • Open University in Tanzania www.tanzania.go.tz/out.htm
  • Don Bosco University in El Salvador www.udb.edu.sv
  • National University of Mongolia – www.num.edu.mn
  • Universidad Católica, Tegucigalpa, Honduras www.unicah.edu
  • Dr. Garber was a Researcher, Lead Trainer, and Member of the Advisory Panel on Poverty Assessment Tools for the Institute for Institutional Reform and the Informal Sector of the University Research Corporation International of the University of Maryland, College Park, MD. Associated with the Economics Department. 2003-6.  www.povertytools.org
  •  Visiting Professors at the University of the North, Polokwane, Limpopo Province, South Africa. Two IDEAS professors taught course for the Microenterprise and Development Certificate Course in Aug-Sept. 2004.
  • School for Community Economic Development of Southern New Hampshire University.
  • Equipping Women Professionals in Microfinance/Microenterprise. With funding from the Bancker-Williams Foundation, IDEAS was able to offer opportunities for young women in Nicaragua and El Salvador to receive advanced training and opportunities to develop professional skills. 2002-2005.
  • Rural Finance. Developed a graduate-level course for FAO in Rome.
  • Microfinance Management Institute, University of Mongolia IDEAS personnel have served on several doctoral committees of students working on enterprise development and microfinance. 2000 – 2004