On November 7th, a unique coalition of community and campus groups, including the Center for African Studies, held a music benefit, “Voices to End Ebola” at the Ohio Union. Diaspora civic organizations from affected countries, youth groups, faculty, students, clergy, and public h
Over 75 participants from across the US, Africa, and beyond gathered at OSU in late October to discuss the role of agricultural extension in achieving food security throughout the continent.
The Center for African Studies (CAS) and partnering departments will host an international conference October 20th and 21st, 2014 on Agricultural Extension and Food Security in Africa. The conference will feature paper presentations on food security, extension, ge
Twelve OSU students with diverse backgrounds traveled to Ethiopia this May through a new study abroad program. Supported by a grant from the State Department Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, the new program is intended to engage undergraduates from ‘non-traditional’ fields
A forum for conversations about issues of importance to Africa, recently organized by a group of OSU students, faculty, and staff, held its first session on October 11th in Hale Hall. Remarks by Dr.