Research

Research

Professors

  • Thomas L. Eggert, Esq., Sustainable Development and Corporate Social Responsibility, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  • Emad W. Jassim, Ph.D., P.E., Mechanical Science and Engineering, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign.
  • David R. Schachter, M.A., B.F.A., Assistant Dean of NYU Student Affairs and oversees the NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service Capstone program

Students and Volunteers

We are very grateful to the undergraduate students from the following universities:

  • University of Wisconsin-La Crosse College of Business Administration.
  • University of Illinois Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering.
  • Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

We are also grateful to the graduate students at the following universities:

  • University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business.
  • NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service Capstone program

Finally, we would not be the organization we are without our dedicated volunteers, some of whom contributed to important research. We benefit from their interest in the social and economic welfare of the rural poor. We also benefit from their inexhaustible resources of enthusiasm, dedication, innovation, ingenuity, experience and productivity. The researchers’ contributions are cited at the end of each paper.

BB2C White Papers

1. Research on the Plight of Cambodian Women

By: Linh Pham – Finance and Economics, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

2. Rural Marketing Research

By: Eliane Hermann, Masters in International and Compared Politics, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium and Colin Taylor, Program Manager

3. Equity of Access: The Human Right to Water

By: Aaron M. Simon, Human Rights with a concentration in Sustainable Development, Columbia University

4. Nutrition Presentation

Prepared by: Danielle Burgio and Ali Cunneen, Volunteers for Brooklyn Bridge to Cambodia

5. Bottom-Up Development Strategy: A New Approach to Solving the Developmental Puzzle of the World

By: Linh Pham – Finance and Economics, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

6. Analysis of Cambodia’s Curse by Joel Brinkley

By: Christine Reynolds – Finance, Bernard M. Baruch College

7. Addressing Agricultural Inefficiencies in Cambodia: A Policy Analysis

By: Phil Hayes & Faith Wimberley – Masters in Public Administration, University of Washington

8. Marketing Recommendations for Brooklyn Bridge to Cambodia: Targeting Rural, Bottom of the Pyramid Populations

By: Stephanie Dufek, Melody Ginther, Laura Hermanns – Green Masters Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison

9. Marketing Presentation for Brooklyn Bridge to Cambodia

By: Stephanie Dufek, Melody Ginther, Laura Hermanns – Green Masters Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison

10. Sustainable Water Pump for Cambodia

Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • 2014 Senior Design Project: Ian Berg, Anthony Cerqua, Bryce Austell, Joseph Colmone, Kenneth Long
    Project Sponsor: Brooklyn Bridge to Cambodia
    Financial support provided by Shell, USA
  • 2016 Senior Design Project: Taylor Boyke, Zachary Crum, Bill Iverson, Brad Rafferty, Aatman Shah
    Project Sponsor: Brooklyn Bridge to Cambodia
    Financial support provided by Phillips 66

Because of pending international intellectual property work by BB2C’s lawyers, Covington & Burling LLP, we cannot make this design project available to the public

11. Guidelines and Analysis To Negate Exposure of Arsenic for BB2C

By: Kyle Polzin, Angela Stapleton, Kelly Ferrell, and Sarah Dorzak – University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

12. Distribution Channels of Cambodia Pump Providers Report, Distribution Channels of Cambodia Pump Providers Presentation

By: Mark Tews & Samantha Ilstrup – University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

13. Presentation on Global Warming and Cambodia

By: Yuguang Cai – University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

14. BB2C Supply Chain Recommendations Report and Presentation

By: Marcus Cederström, Bryant Dudley, Ellery Graves, and Christopher Johnson – University of Wisconsin – Madison

15. Market research report for Brooklyn Bridge to Cambodia

By: Yutao Gong, PhD – Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin-Madison

16. NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service Capstone program has assisted BB2C in assessing the impact of the pump project. Part of the year long work included travel to our Phnom Penh office and interviewing the farmers under the most arduous conditions

By:  AJ Ross, Benjamin Nemeth, Nicole Reyes, Susie Phamornsuwana