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Centre for Sustainable Development

Est 2000 - home of the MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development

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Wayne C. W. Lau

Wayne C. W. LauWayne obtained an M.Phil.in Engineering from Cambridge in 1981 under a Marshall Scholarship. He has returned to the University to conduct research in a variety of projects accumulated through the intervening decades. His interests include: the conservation of endangered species, rural village development innovations in infrastructure and income generation (field studies in Cameroon), innovations is ethical product standards (specifically gold), the financial returns of funding overseas scholarships, and bulk superconductors. While away from Cambridge, Wayne spent nearly 35 years in finance in southeast Asia including founding an investment company start up. He has participated in a number of both corporate and non-profit Boards of Directors.

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Congratulations Garrett - Boak Student Support Fund

Mar 15, 2017

Garrett Bray, ESD MPhil 16-17, has won support from the Boak Student Support Fund at Clare Hall College.

Former ESD MPhil student becomes Vice Chancellor

Mar 09, 2017

Dr Jay Golden, ESD MPhil 02-03, has been selected as Vice Chancellor of research, economic development and engagement at East Carolina University, USA.

Duncan McNicholl, PhD student, launches new book "Volunteer Voices."

Feb 28, 2017

Volunteer Voices: Key Insights from International Development Experiences Edited by Duncan McNicholl, PhD Student, Centre for Sustainable Devleopment

Taskeen Adam, ESD 14-15, on Cambridge-Africa PhD studentship scheme

Feb 20, 2017

Five years, five students: 25 Cambridge-Africa scholars

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