Our Staff

The program has staff members with broad and diverse experiences ranging from west to central to east Africa, and disciplinary backgrounds and interests such as: Africana Studies, Education, History, Literature, Political Science, Policy Studies, Rehabilitation Sciences, and Social Work.

Our Faculty

The program has over 50 faculty members with experience on Africa drawn from a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds and interests such as: Arts & Sciences, education, engineering, health sciences, social work, public and international affairs, and law.
The faculty members are listed alphabetically by last name and their professional schools and departmental affiliation indicated, and you will be linked to their personal websites for information on their geographical areas of Africa experience, and teaching and research interests.

Our Alumni

Since its establishment in 2001, the program has enrolled over 215 students enrolled in different departments of the University. Out of these, graduates have obtained degrees in various departments including; Africana Studies, Anthropolgy, English, History, International Affairs, Music, Law, Linguistics, Political Science and Public Health.