Dr. Shaaban Ali Kachenje Mlacha, Deputy Vice Chancellor for Planning, Finance, and Administration at the University of Dodoma, Tanzania recently visited Ohio State University to explore collaborative ventures in energy, water, and food production as well as strengthening of higher education.
“Marx, Freud and the Gods of the Yoruba Atlantic: European Social Theory and the Real-Life ‘Fetish’” was the topic of the 3rd annual Oyekan Owomoyela Yoruba Studies lecture on March 13th. Dr.
November and December saw a flurry of exchange between OSU two partner universities in Ethiopia, Addis Ababa University and the University of Gondar. Dr. Yemataw Wondie, from the President’s office in the University of Gondar and Coordinator for the Study Abroad program, together with Mr.
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.