Alexander Stewart 1886 Professor of Economics and Public Affairs; Director, Research Program in Development Studies (RPDS)
“It is a privilege to teach tomorrow’s leaders in an environment that brings social sciences, natural sciences and the humanities together in the classroom, the seminar room and the halls of the Wilson School.”
My favorite part about the Woodrow Wilson School is that, through its various task forces, we are presented with real life problems and taught to believe that we are capable of fixing them. In essence, this program pushes us beyond our comfort zones and encourages us to rethink how we see the world.
As a former teacher, I know it is a privilege to be at the Woodrow Wilson School learning in an exceptionally dynamic and diverse community. I am excited to be a part of a cohort that is focused on improving our society and creating change that matters.