For the eighth consecutive year, OSU students from the Model African Union (MAU) organization took part in the annual international simulation hosted by Howard University in Washington, DC February 22-25. The fifteen OSU students who represented Guinea and Liberia were joined by 50 other st
This year’s Oyekan Owomoyela lecture, “Semioptics of Yoruba Language: Word as Image”, delved into the confluence of spoken and visual word in Yoruba painting sculpture, installations, proverbs, tales and songs. Professor
Researchers working in Africa in any field—from social science to hydrology to epidemiology—need data to be able to develop and guide best practices and produce actionable scholarly results.
Three young Ghanaians and two adults representing Ghana 4H and YMCA recently spent a week visiting Columbus and experiencing programs that engage youth in agriculture.