The African Studies Program is a Title VI National Resource Center with outreach activities partially supported by the U.S. Department of Education. Outreach activities include not only K-12 school presentations and teacher-trainings, but programming for community groups, lectures for other colleges and universities, analyses on current issues by faculty for the media, and expertise extended to businesses and the government. Our faculty specialists from across the disciplines in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and professional schools are ready to share their knowledge and experience of the African continent and its diasporas. To create an Africa-based program, contact associate director Tavy Aherne of the African Studies Program.
Expanding understanding of Africa
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