Assistant Professor of Practice
Fanton Hall/Welcome Center
Mark Johnson (M.I.A., Columbia University) is Assistant Professor of International Affairs. He teaches the skills courses PIA I: Project Design, and Monitoring and Evaluation, and supervises the Practicum in International Affairs program. He is also faculty coordinator of the International Field Program, which sends GPIA students overseas for the summer, and leads its Ethiopia program.
Johnson has worked primarily in emergency relief, refugee resettlement and humanitarian aid for the International Rescue Committee, Center for International Rehabilitation, United Nations, and Human Rights Watch. He has worked in Pakistan, Sudan, Ethiopia, Cote d'Ivoire, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, Bosnia, Croatia, Nicaragua, Guatemala and El Salvador.
Monit & Eval-I: Setting Up M&E
Monit & Eval-II: Client Work
Worst Practices in Aid: Studio
Lab-Intl Field Sem
International Fieldwork (Open Campus)
Thesis Supervision (Open Campus)
Independent Study (Open Campus)
PIA II: Project Implementation (Open Campus)
Internship (Open Campus)
Monitoring and Evaluation (Open Campus)