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Fulbright Students


  • Patrick Asingo - Political Science, Kenya
  • Yusufu Kamara - Economic, Sierra Leone
  • Lungile Mabundza - Social Welfare, Swaziland
  • Ennie Ndoro - Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Zimbabwe
  • Moses Nkoma - Urban Planning
  • Said Said - American Studies, Comoros
  • Khady Tamba - Linguistics, Senegal
  • Linda Tvesi - Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Ghana


  • Ken Aikins - Political Science, Ghana
  • Ibrahima Diallo - Economics, Senegal
  • Yusufu Kamara - Economics, Sierra Leone
  • Mona Mwakalinga - Theatre, Tanzania
  • Nkhoma Moses - Urban Planning
  • Khady Tamba - Lingisitics, Senegal

Expert instruction in Arabic, Kiswahili, and Wolof at the beginning and intermediate levels will be offered over eight weeks in June-July 2018.

Foreign Language & Area Studies Fellowships

The Kansas African Studies Center has received $140,000 in funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities to launch public discussions, community programming, and the creation of educational resources in local communities to discuss the challenges and opportunities surrounding recent demographic changes in the region. Visit to learn more. 

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