Ray Vander Zaag, Assistant Professor, Canadian Mennonite University
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Assistant Professor

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Canadian Mennonite University
500 Shaftesbury Boulevard
Winnipeg , Manitoba R3P 2N2
Canada

Company Description: Canadian Mennonite primarily serves the people and churches of Mennonite Church Canada, which is, in turn, made up of five member area churches:
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Assistant Professor of International Development Studies; Director of Redekop School of Business
Geography Geography
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Teaching topic with Outtatown: Introduction to International Development
Ray was raised on a potato farm in south-central Ontario. After graduating from Calvin College (B.Sc. - Biology) and Michigan State University (M.Sc. - Crop and Soil Sciences), he went to work in Haiti with the Christian Reformed World Relief Committee.
Returning to Canada, Ray earned an M.A. in International Affairs (Development Studies) and a Ph.D. (Geography) at Carleton University. His dissertation involved 11 months of field research on NGO/local community relations in rural Haiti. Ray then worked for a year for the Canadian International Development Agency as a project officer in the Southeast Asia Regional Program before joining CMU's faculty.
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Ray VanderZaag was raised on a potato farm in south-central Ontario. After graduating from Calvin College (B.Sc. - Biology) and Michigan State University (M.Sc. - Crop and Soil Sciences), he went to work in Haiti with the Christian Reformed World Relief Committee. During the first five years in Haiti, he worked in a rural community development program, supporting local staff and community groups involved in agriculture, reforestation, cooperative, literacy, water, and leadership activities. The next three years he worked in Port-au-Prince giving overall leadership to three CRWRC programs in Haiti. Returning to Canada, he earned an M.A. in International Affairs (Development Studies) and a Ph.D. (Geography) at Carleton University. His dissertation involved 11 months of field research on NGO/local community relations in rural Haiti. Ray then worked for a year for the Canadian International Development Agency as a project officer in the Southeast Asia Regional Program before joining CMU's faculty. Ray also teaches one course per year in the IDS program at Menno Simons College, Canadian Mennonite University's campus at the University of Winnipeg.
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