Daniel Lumonya

Academic Dean
Africa South of the Sahara

Daniel Lumonya

A citizen of Uganda, Daniel completed a bachelor’s degree in social work and social administration at Makerere University in Uganda in 1991, a master’s degree in social sector planning and management at the same university in 1999, and a PhD in development sociology at Cornell University in 2019. Daniel’s research interests revolve around small scale farming systems and agrarian transitions, rural livelihoods analysis, and state-civil society relations. He taught at Makerere University in Kampala for fourteen years and was academic director with SIT on its Uganda and Rwanda semester and summer programs between 2001 and 2015. Daniel has extensive experience with NGO and government program monitoring and evaluation in Uganda and has traveled extensively in the region.

 

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