Trisha Craig is formerly the Executive Director of the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies. She is a Political Sociologist and has written extensively on democratic transitions, institutional reform and political systems. Before coming to CES, Trisha was an Associate at the Harvard Institute for International Development where she worked as a policy advisor on education and health reform in El Salvador, university governance in Latin America, technology in education and public-private partnerships for social development. Her work has taken her to numerous countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. In China, she designed and headed a project on rural infrastructure, based in the Foreign Capital Management division at the Ministry of Finance. She is co-author of The Quality of Life in Rural Asia (Oxford, 2001) for which she did extensive field work in India, China and Thailand. At Harvard, Trisha has taught in the program in Technology in Education and has conducted institutional research on Harvard's distance education initiative. Trisha is co-chair of the CES Study Group, Crisis and Reform in European Higher Education. She is currently writing a book about the growth of higher education globally. Trisha blogs about Europe at Eurovision.
As of October 1, 2012, Trisha is now Executive Director of Wheelock College-Singapore
KQV Radio Interview: Challenges Facing the EU: Immigration, Enlargement, and the Debt Crisis. July 2011. Listen now »
The Challenges Facing Europe. World Affairs Council, Pittsburgh, June, 2011
Creating the Leaders of Tomorrow: the Role of a Liberal Arts Education. Dhaka, Bangladesh, January, 2011
En Búsqueda de la Excelencia, Nuevas Instituciones en el Mundo Globalizado. Seville, Spain, November, 2010
Finding Funding for Dissertation Research
Applied Research Methods and Data Analysis in the Social Sciences