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.

Wednesday October 17th 12:30pm

Come join us for our Africa Center Student Luncheon! Our luncheon is an opportunity to network and share best practices for students who are working or interested in working in African countries. Send us an email at if you would like to attend! 

Join us for coffee this fall!

We host a monthly coffee social the first Wednesday of each month.  All are welcome!  This is a great opportunity to meet and network with faculty, students, staff, and community members who work in Africa.

This fall semester the coffee socials are scheduled:

  • November 7, 2018 @ 8:30 a.m. - 10 a.m.
  • December 5, 2018 @ 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.


We recommend you read this article, Is Deforestation Driving Mt. Kenya’s Glacier Recession?, by , which quotes the Africa Center's Director, Dr. Kathleen Galvin.

We recommend the article, Tanzania’s Maasai face ongoing threats, intimidation, and arrests, by Chris Lang and published by the Conservation Watch.

Photo credit: Chris Lang, Conservation Watch

Colorado State University's Water Center has selected five Water Research Teams and two Water Faculty Fellows as recipients of funding for 2018-2019. Two teams feature our own Africa Center senior leadership, including Director Dr. Kathleen Galvin.

Photo credit: CSU Water Center

Have you read this article from the Source?  This is a great story about collaboration at CSU!

Photo credit: Bill Cotton

Katarzyna Nowak, a Fellow at the Safina Center, New York, was at the Women and Science Symposium and wrote a nice blog quoting Africa Center Director, Dr. Kathleen Galvin. To read click: A Science Symposium–for Women.

Photo: Professor Galvin shares her research on human nutrition in East Africa (credit: Katarzyna Nowak).

We recommend Kevin Jablonski's blog post, The Green Hills, published by the Center for Collaborative Conservation.

Photo: Goats and Maasai herders in Chyulus (credit Philip Briggs)

The Africa Center's Dr. David Bunn spoke with 9News in Denver about the deteriorating health of the world's last male northern white rhino.  Watch here: Infection deteriorating health of the world's last male northern white rhino.


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