Student Research and Travel

From CSU's Source: Young alumna buzzes with excitement over malaria research

Read about CSU alumna Jasmine Donkoh's research and prestigious fellowship with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases - Laboratory of Malaria and Vector Research in this recent article from CSU's Source, "Young alumna buzzes with excitement over malaria research".

Photo: Donkoh at the CSU Arthropod-Borne and Infectious Diseases Laboratory

Photo Credit: Source

CSU Meets Africa: Visual Pathways in Art and Education (South Africa)

This summer program focuses on the Arts of Africa through the study of artistic methods and techniques, cultural context, and global significance. 

Students will gain an introduction to the visual arts of Africa, followed by an in-depth study of studio art methods and techniques, art history and museum studies, art education, community engagement and cultural management. 

The Africa Center's Research Fellow Dr. Matthew Luizza Offered Prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellowship!

Congratulations to Dr. Matthew Luizza on receiving a coveted AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowship in Washington D.C. with Fish and Wildlife Service International- Africa Branch. Matt is a recent PhD graduate from CSU's Graduate Degree Program in Ecology and a current Research Fellow with the Africa Center. 

Photo credit: Dr. Matthew Luizza

Traditional Community Mechanisms for Coping with Climate Change Among the Ilchamus Pastoralists in Marigat District Kenya

Congratulations to Dr. Clement Lenachuru who recently completed his PhD in CSU’s Department of Forest, Rangeland and Watershed Stewardship advised by Dr. Maria Fernandez-Gimenez.

Recently Clement shared details about his research with the Africa Center.  Click Read More to see pictures and read about his work in Kenya.

Dhaval Vyas, Ph.D. student in the Graduate Degree Program in Ecology shares his African research experience

Dhaval Vyas, Ph.D. student in the Graduate Degree Program in Ecology shares his past research from Africa with the Africa Center.   




Sexually dimorphic developmental patterns of chemosensory behaviors in African elephants 

Research location:  West Kilimanjaro, Tanzania