Question 1: Which Africa at Noon Speaker was the main guest on NPR’s Hidden Brain podcast rebroadcasting an old episode from a couple of years ago about the ebola outbreak in west Africa.
Question 2: Who said: “The Mandela Washington Fellowship… is a unique opportunity for Wisconsinites to engage with rising international leaders with the potential for lifetime partnerships and collaboration”?
Aleia McCord, African Studies Program Associate Director
Question 3: Which two ASP affiliates first worked together when they organized an HIV&AIDS awareness bike ride across northern Ghana as Peace Corps Volunteers?
African Studies Associate Director Aleia McCord and Peace Corps Recruiter Kate Schachter
Question 4: Which ASP staff member speaks Bahasa Melayu
Question 5: Which monograph is currently in print?
Setswana Riddles: Translated into English
Question 6: Which award(s) did Ph.D. student in the Department of Geograph, Jules Reynolds win?
Early Excellence in Teaching Award
2019 Campus-Wide TA Award
Question 7: What are discovery boxes? Check all that apply.
Resources for educators
Curated thematic boxes which include objects related to particular activities, topics, or cultural contexts for hands-on exploration in the classroom.
Include items from daily life in different African countries
Include objects related to particular activities, topics, or cultural contexts
Provide hands-on exploration in the classroom
Question 8: Which program offers U.S. faculty, administrators, and professionals grants to lecture, conduct research in a wide variety of academic and professional fields, or to participate in seminars.
Fulbright Scholar Program
Question 9: Which ASP affiliate served as a jet mechanic during the Korean War?
Question 10: Which of the following journals are currently published through University of Wisconsin Press?
African Economic History