Consider making a donation to the African Studies Program of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, one of the world’s most important centers for the study of Africa.
The African Studies Program Gift Fund has been established to support research, training, outreach, and student scholarships in the general cross-disciplinary field of African studies.
Our faculty – we now number 70 members in 30 different departments – has, over the years, produced path-breaking research on African history, politics, legal systems, land resources, arts, culture, and languages. While maintaining these strengths, we have moved in the 21st century toward supporting research and training in business, law, the sciences, public health, and medicine in Africa.
Africa courses on the Madison campus reach 4,000 undergraduates annually. About 120 Africanist graduate students are training at Wisconsin in a multitude of disciplines to provide coming generations the Africa expertise that our nation and the world require.
September 2011 will marked the 50th anniversary of the founding of the African Studies Program. Gifts made between December 2009 and December 2012 will be credited to our 50th Anniversary fund drive.
We will be glad to discuss your wishes or special intentions as a donor.
By default, your contribution will support:
If you have questions about giving, please contact:
James Delehanty – Associate Director
African Studies Program
If for any reason, including anonymity, you prefer to deal directly with the UW Foundation, please contact Ann Dingman, Director of Donor Relations, at 608.265.9954 or email@example.com. Refer to African Studies Program Gift Fund no. 1201154.