University of Denver
Department of Behavioral Science
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1999
M.A., University of Pennsylvania, 1994
A.B., University of California Berkeley, 1993
Regional and Thematic Interests
Randall Kuhn is Associate Professor and Director of the Global Health Affairs Program at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver (2006-present). His work brings a wide array of methods and data sources to bear on the connections between health, population, and development. He is affiliated with the Masters of Development Practice, Certificate in Humanitarian Assistance, Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures, and DU Kibera Working Group. He is a Research Associate of the Institute of Behavioral Science and the Center for Asian Studies at University of Colorado-Boulder. He is co-principal investigator of numerous NIH and NSF-funded studies including Long-Term Effects of Health and Development Interventions in Rural Bangladesh (NIH, 2010-2015); Measuring Social Connection and Children's Well-Being Using Multiple Data Sources (NIH, 2008-11); Cross-national Perspectives in Migrant Health (NIH, 2010-2012); and Sri Lankan Tsunami: Societal Resilience in Two Coastal Regions (NSF, 2005-2008). Previously he served as Assistant Director of the Population Aging Center at CU-Boulder (2002-2006) and Post-Doctoral Fellow and Consultant at the RAND Labor and Population Program (1999-2002).