Praxis and Master of Development Practice Information Session: virtual

  •  April 26, 2023
     7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
If you are looking to continue your education, grow your professional skills, and make your development practice more impactful and equitable, we invite you to join us on Zoom and learn more about these opportunities.
The Posner Center has partnered with Regis University’s Development Practice to bring accredited content to current and aspiring social impact professionals, at home or abroad. MDP and praxis courses are designed to be accessed from anywhere in the world. Students with a variety of professional backgrounds in health, government, gender, and education–to name a few–engage with their instructors and each other via real-time, video-conferenced class meetings and discussions.

Regis University Master of Development Practice

Regis University’s Master of Development Practice is an innovative degree that contributes to the sustainability of our planet and to the health and well-being of communities in the U.S. and overseas. Classes use real-time video conferencing to bring students from around the world together to co-create truly global solutions to development challenges.

This program is not associated with the Posner Center for International Development.

praxis: A Posner Center | Regis University Collaboration

praxis is a collaboration between the Posner Center and Regis University’s Development Practice to bring practical, applicable, and critical education to people committed to social impact, at home and abroad. These courses not only provide new content but also opportunities and support to apply that content directly to your organization. Our newly competitive pricing makes it easy to participate as a team, whether local or global.

  • Data, Design, and Evaluation: These courses allow you to hone and improve your evaluation by working with your own data, and getting training and personalized guidance from frontline monitoring and evaluation (M&E) practitioners. Field-expert-taught course offerings include M&E I & II, Qualitative Data Collection, Qualitative Data Assessment, Data Visualization, and Program Design.
  • New Lenses for Storytelling: Critique to (re)Creation: Rebel Spirit Collective is creating a web of storytellers with contributions to decolonized development media. In this multi-course series, participants move through cycles of critique and creation. As they flip critical lenses into mirrors, storytellers are able to discover new ways of creating and sharing both the process and product of storytelling. Individuals and teams contribute to decolonization by forming new ways of storytelling that challenge the status quo.
The Posner Center for International Development is committed to accessibility and inclusion for all people. To request additional accommodations or for questions about accessibility, please contact Lauren Andraski at  or 720-515-9071. We will be recording this event for participants that are unable to attend live.
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