AFRICA AT NOON
Join our community every Wednesday at noon for a one-hour lecture series, highlighting diverse Africa research from around the world.
Appointments are available for both undergraduate and graduate advising to discuss study, research, and post-graduate opportunities.
Learn more about opportunities to bring African Studies Program resources to your K-12 classroom, organization, or community event today.
The African Studies Program supports research, teaching, and outreach at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, bringing together scholars in multiple disciplines, students, teachers, and community partners to consider all aspects of land and life in Africa.
The African Studies Program is a U. S. Department of Education Title VI National Resource Center for Africa, a unit in The International Division, and a member of the campus consortium of internationally oriented programs known as the Institute for Regional and International Studies.
Spring 2023 Africa At Noon EventsMay 11, 2023
Summer & Fall Africa InternshipsMay 2, 2023
Africa In Our Lives: Julius GilayenehApril 20, 2023
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