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.
Several forthcoming publications will disseminate themes and ideas explored at two CAS-sponsored conferences. Discussions from a 2009 conference will be reflected in two volumes entitled United States-Africa Security Relations: Terrorism, Regional Security and National Interests to be published by Routledge later this summer.
A new May Session study abroad program will introduce students to the development field, in the rich and complex environment of Ethiopia. Partnerships with two Ethiopian universities, Addis Ababa University and the University of Gondar, will provide the settings from which students will lea
Seventeen OSU students from diverse majors traveled through Uganda this May, observing its history, culture, and the lives of its citizens through the lens of human security.