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The instruction and management of UF’s MDP draws on experienced and dynamic faculty located in seven different colleges: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, the College of Public Health & Health Professions, the College of Veterinary Medicine, the College of Design, Construction & Planning, the Warrington College of Business Administration and the Levin College of Law.

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Program Administration

NameEducationSpecializationsRegions of Expertise
Glenn Galloway

Program Director, Faculty Member
Ph.D. Forest Sciences, University of Washington

M.F. Forest Genetics, University of British Columbia

B.Sc. Forest Biology, Colorado State University
International forestry and agroforestry, project planning and management, community based forest resource managementSouth and Central America
Andy Noss

Program Coordinator
Ph.D. Geography, University of Florida

M.A. Intl Econ / Soc Change & Devel, Johns Hopkins U SAIS

B.A. Intl Relations, Carleton College
Protected area and indigenous territory management, community wildlife management, sustainable wildlife use, endangered species, one world / one health, camera trap survey methods, corporate social responsibilityCentral/East Africa, South America

Core Faculty

NameDepartmentSpecialization(s)Geographic Expertise
Renata Serra
Center for African Studies

MDP Graduate Coordinator
African development, political economy, economic reforms and aid, gender issues and women's empowerment, agricultural development and cotton sectors, social capital and collective action, microfinanceFrancophone West Africa; Mali
Grenville Barnes
Geomatics Program, School of Forest Resources and ConservationLand tenure and property rights, governance of natural resources in developing countries, cadastral surveying and mappingSouth and Central America, the Caribbean, Southern Africa
Brian Child
GeographyProtected area management, conservation of natural resourcesSouthern Africa

Jon Dain
Tropical Conservation and DevelopmentFacilitation, conflict and collaboration management, workshop training, adult learning, social learning, tropical conservation and developmentBrazil, Paraguay, Ecuador, Peru
Greg MacDonald
Agronomy, Institute of Food and Agricultural SciencesWeed science, herbicide physiology and biochemistry, invasive plant management, crop production – focus heavily on peanut, tropical cropping systemsUSA, Guyana, Haiti
Ignacio Porzecanski
School of Natural Resources and EnvironmentAdaptive management, natural resource management, biodiversity conservationUruguay, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Bolivia, Brazil
Marianne Schmink
Center for Latin American StudiesTropical conservation and development, gender and developmentBrazil, Comparative Latin America
Sarah McKune
Department of Environmental and Global Health, Center for African StudiesGlobal health, nutrition, food security, gender, pastoralism, livelihoods, social and ecological resilience, climate change, health outcomes associated with climate change, maternal and child health, health in the African Sahel, HIV/AIDSSahel Region of West Africa
Susan Paulson
Center for Latin American Studies, Tropical Conservation and DevelopmentSocial/cultural anthropology, gender, political ecologyLatin America

Pilar Useche
Food and Resource Economics, Center for Latin American StudiesDevelopment economics, innovation and technology adoptionLatin America




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