Africa Center Map

The Africa Center at CSU: Projects and Partnerships

This interactive map shows the variety of CSU projects in Africa. Browse through the thumbnails, or click on the map for more information on each project!

Do you have a project to add to the map?  If so, please contact Renée.

The Center for Collaborative Conservation (CCC) invites team applications for the 9th cohort of Collaborative Conservation Fellows. This cohort will join 134 previous fellows as part of a worldwide network of collaborative conservation. The Collaborative Conservation Fellows Program supports faculty, researchers, students, and practitioners using collaborative approaches to conservation and livelihood challenges. For this cohort, we are looking for teams, comprised of practitioners, faculty, and students. The fellowships will run for a full two years, from January 15, 2018 - January 15, 2020. Please visit our website to read the RFP, learn more about the program, and submit your proposal. Applications will be accepted until November 1, 2017.

The CCC Director is Dr. Robin Reid, who is also a founding member of the Africa Center, and a current member of the Africa Center's Executive Committee.  

SoGES visiting fellow Dr. Ademola A. Adenle recently published the article, Managing Climate Change Risks in Africa in Ecological Economics.

The Africa Center Guest Speaker Series: Dr. Woldezion Mesghinna

The Africa Center Guest Speaker Series

in collaboration with CSU's the Water Center

Dr. Woldezion Mesghinna

Lecture & Book Signing

Wednesday Sept. 13, 2017

4-6 p.m.

Lory Student Center :: Room 290 Grey Rock

Check out this recent article from The Conversation that discusses the importance of protecting Africa's unique rainforests.

"Africa’s rainforests are different. Why it matters that they’re protected"

Authors:

Photo credit: Sophie Fauset

Mordecai Ogada, Director of Conservation Solutions Afrika – The Big Conservation Lie

Presenting on his new book The Big Conservation Lie. Sponsored by CSU SOGES the Africa Center and The Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, Warner College of Natural Resources, Colorado State University.

Variation in population structure and dynamics of montane forest tree species in Ethiopia guide priorities for conservation and research

A Graduate Seminar: FWCB 696 (Course that addresses Africa)

A Graduate Seminar: FWCB 696

When: Fall 2017 Monday (Evenings 6-8 PM); 2 Credits;  Where:  Wagar 107B

Conservation Biology in Practice: International Perspectives from the Field

Dr. Kathleen Galvin, Africa Center Director, professor in the Department of Anthropology, and ​senior research scientist in the Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory recently received two awards; the John N Stern, Distinguished Professor Award from the College of Liberal Arts and the the Distinguished Service Award from the Office of International Programs. 

Africa Center Director, Dr. Kathleen Galvin's Presentation on Conservancies in Africa

Dr. Kathleen Galvin, Director of the Africa Center and Professor in the Department of Anthropology, Colorado State University, discusses her work in Africa with the Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, Warner College of Natural Resources, Colorado State University. 

Date: February 24, 2017.

Dr. Kathleen Galvin, Director of the Africa Center and Professor in the Department of Anthropology, Colorado State University, discusses her work in Africa with the Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, Warner College of Natural Resources, Colorado State University. 

Date: February 24, 2017.

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