Category Archives: International Partnerships

Professor Griggs

I thought Professor Griggs’ talk was very interesting and inspiring! One thing I found thought provoking was the tradition of technology exchange that while considered a more ethical business practice inevitably creates competitors.  Since technology exchange sounds like a conflict of interest, … Continue reading

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Gary Griggs & the Intersection of Development + Business

I found this week’s lecture to be unexpected but refreshing.  (I just had not thought too much before about how a marriage of big corporations & development could be beneficial, or even possible.)  Prof. Griggs’s projects were on a much … Continue reading

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Week 4

It was great to hear Prof. Grigg’s perspectives and experiences.   Some points that I found remarkable: 1) It’s interesting that Chinese construction companies are growing so fast, but are solely dependent on domestic contracts.  I wonder what the future … Continue reading

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Reflections on Prof. Griggs

One of the things that has given me the most cause for thought and concern in the past, and was reiterated by Professor Griggs, was the conflict that arises when implementing large scale changes that will have some sort of … Continue reading

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