Instructional Faculty


LUKE TAYLOR-IDE

VP Community Engagement & Appalachian Program Director

luke@future.edu

Education

  • Ed.M. Harvard University
  • B.A. College of the Atlantic
Biography
Luke Taylor-Ide serves as Vice President of the Community Engagement Division—advancing the University’s worldwide network of participatory action research partnerships. He has over a decade of experience working in partnership with communities, through multi-year assignments with Future Generations in Afghanistan, India, and rural America. As a member of the University faculty, his current academic interests center on teaching practical applications of SEED-SCALE in community-health, disaster risk mitigation, and sustainable livelihood development. Taylor-Ide also serves as Director of Appalachian Programs where his research focus centers on the intersection between Agroforestry and sustainable community development. He is co-founder and officer of the Pendleton County Community Foundation and the Pendleton County Farmers Market.
Courses
  • ACC 601 Introduction to Social Change
  • ACC 602 Going to SCALE
Publications
  • “A Handbook on SEED: Initiating Growth—Appendix A,” in Just and Lasting Change: When Communities own their Future 2nd edition, editors Daniel C. Taylor and Carl E. Taylor, (Baltimore Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016)
  • “A Handbook on SCALE: Growth in Improvement & Participation—Appendix B,” in Just and Lasting Change: When Communities own their Future 2nd edition, editors Daniel C. Taylor and Carl E. Taylor, (Baltimore Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016)
  • “Multiple perspectives for poverty reduction in Indonesia”, Co-Authored: Sofo, Francesco; Wicks, Alison; Sofo, Michelle; Miranti, Riyana; Taylor-Ide, Luke. Strategic Planning for Successful Startup Ventures in Developing Economies. Eds. Pattnaik, P.N., Pandey, S.C., & Shukla, M.K. http://www.igi-global.com/publish/call-for-papers/call-details/1620. Forthcoming publication in 2016.
  • “Impact on under-5 child mortality: a case demonstration from the central highlands of Afghanistan.” World Health Organization: Community-based Initiatives newsletter, 6, 5 (2010).
  • Interactive Instructional Website—“www.seed-scale.org.” (2010)