Adam Sneyd

Council Member

Prof. Adam Sneyd conducts research on globalisation, development and the political economy of commodities in the African context. His program focuses on three thematic areas: (i) global governance initiatives for commodities; (ii) perspectives on food security challenges and opportunities; and (iii) ways of knowing about the political economy of poverty.

Links to his research and teaching interests are available on his University of Guelph webpage. Through his position on the AIMS-NEI Academic and Scientific Advisory Council, he hopes to advance innovative approaches to maximizing the development impact of graduate-level STEM education in Africa.