Human Dimensions of Global Change (HDGC)
Several other research centers on the Indiana University Bloomington campus representing a diversity of researchers in the social, biological, and physical sciences conduct diverse research projects related to various aspects of the Human Dimensions of Global Change agenda.
A few of these centers are:
- The Anthropological Center for Training and Research on Global Environmental Change (ACT), directed by Dr. Emilio Moran;
- Center for Research in Energy and the Environment (CREE), directed by Dr. J.C. Randolph;
- Center for Research in Environmental Sciences (CRES), directed by Dr. Keith Clay;
- The Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, directed by Dr. Michael McGinnis
For information about obtaining a Ph.D. minor in the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change, please refer to the University Graduate School Bulletin for updated information.
PLEASE NOTE: CIPEC is not a degree-granting program. Eligibility for the Ph.D. minor requires that the student be admitted to a degree-granting graduate program at IU, has permission from his or her primary advisor, and is in good academic standing. See The University Graduate School for information about applying to degree-granting programs at Indiana University. Minoring in Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change requires 12 credit hours of approved courses.