HNGR Faculty and Staff Research
Church Leader Interviews
Since 2006, HNGR has collected more than 250 interviews in 49 different countries with our undergraduate students, asking as series of 9 questions. Our analysis has been presented at the following conferences:
- The International Association for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education (2017)
- The Kuyers Institute Conference (2017)
- The Council for Christian Colleges and Universities International Forum (2018)
Stott Endowment Intiatives Research
HNGR supporting faculty, staff, and international visiting scholars regularly reflect on themes of global poverty, justice, transformation, theology, pedagogy, and institutional accompaniment. For research conducted through the John Stott Endowment Initiatives, click here.
HNGR Student Research
Recent publications of HNGR student research include:
Depenthal, Johanna and Laura S. Meitzner Yoder (2018).
Uso y conocimiento comunitario del algarrobo (Prosopis pallida) e implicaciones para la conservación del bosque seco peruano. [Community Use and Knowledge of Algarrobo (Prosopis pallida) and Implications for Peruvian Dry Forest Conservation]. Revista de Ciencias Ambientales 52(1), 49-70.
Hosaka, Kalei (2017). The Politics of Palliative Care in Resource-Limited Settings. Journal of Undergraduate Ethnography 7(1), 47-66.
Poon, Yui Sum (2017). Understanding home: a reflection with ethnic young women who are victims of sex-trafficking in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The Community Psychologist 50 (2).