Joseph Adjaye Memorial Scholarship

Joseph Adjaye Memorial Scholarship

A Celebration of Life for the Joseph Adjaye Memorial Scholarship
Professor Joseph Adjaye was instrumental in the establishment of the African Studies Program at Pitt, and served with distinction as its inaugural director from 2001 until his retirement in 2010. He was also a renowned faculty member of the Department of Africana Studies and served as Chair (2000-2005). This gathering will commemorate Joseph's life and legacy, as well as establish a memorial scholarship in his honor. Joseph loved teaching and enjoyed taking students, teachers and community members on group projects abroad to various countries in Africa. He wanted them to have an opportunity for firsthand experience and learning about Africa. To honor Joseph?s invaluable contributions to the Pitt community and beyond, the African Studies Program wishes to establish the Joseph Adjaye Memorial Scholarship that will support students to study abroad in an African country. Please consider contributing to this memorial scholarship to continue Joseph's passion and love of education. RSVP to africast@pitt edu
 
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