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.

CROSSING COMMUNITIES: BEER CULTURE ACROSS AFRICA

CROSSING COMMUNITIES: BEER CULTURE ACROSS AFRICA

May 16 – Sept 23, 2017 | The Griffin Foundation Gallery

Cultures across the African continent have incorporated beer into their respective rituals, ceremonies, and social gatherings for centuries. A celebration of brewing in Africa and Fort Collins with Maxline Brewing.
FREE Reception June 29, 2017 – 5 P.M. - 7 P.M. | Sculpture Garden | Gregory Allicar Museum of Art | University Center for the Arts

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 & Ale 2017 with Horse & Dragon Brewing Co.

Thank you to everyone who made Africa & Ale 2017 a success! Photos from the event will be posted soon!

Apply for an Award from the Richard A. Horovitz Fund for Professional Development

Deadline: May 21, 2017 | Request an Application

The Horovitz Fund is dedicated to African artists and scholars in the humanities and social sciences.  Award winner(s) receive funds to defray educational costs, and applications are now open for the 2017-18 academic year. The amount of the award varies depending on the endowment's market performance, but normally ranges from $6,000 to $12,000.  The award may be used to cover thesis research, tuition, living costs, etc. Qualified applicants must be citizens of a sub-Saharan African country; a graduate student, researcher, or artist in a humanities or social science program at an accredited U.S. university, cultural or artistic institution (on an F or J visa); demonstrate academic achievement and financial need; and not be currently funded by an established education grant program. Qualified candidates should contact Horovitz@iie.org to request an application.

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.

Africa Center Coffee Social

Wednesday May 3, 2017

8:30 a.m. - 10 a.m.

108 Johnson Hall (SoGES) :: Montreal Room

 

All are welcome & free event!  African coffee will be served with breakfast snacks, tea, and juice.  

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