HERE ARE THE ANSWERS TO LAST WEEK’S QUIZ:
Question 1: Which former African head of state studied at Madison Business College?
Ellen Sirleaf Johnson (Liberia)
Question 2: How did UW Professor of Pathobiological Sciences Tony Goldberg, who studies how infectious diseases spread and evolve in the wild, accidentally transport a tick back to Madison from Uganda?
In his nose
Question 3: The prestigious Herskovitz Prize has been awarded to how many UW-Madison faculty since its inception?
Question 4: The Mandela Washington Fellowship provides skills and support for _______
Outstanding young leaders from sub-saharan Africa
Question 5: For the second annual Jan Vasina memorial lecture, Emery Kalema’s lecture_____
Analyzed the various acts of giving death during the Mulele rebellion(1963- 1968)
Looked at the Congolese state’s use of cruelty and sadism when inflicting pain and suffering on their subjects.
Question 6: True or False: African Studies Program Associate Director Aleia McCord and UW-Madison Campus Peace Corps Recruiter Kate Schachter first met each other when they were in the Peace Corps in Ghana.
Question 7: Who is eligible to apply for the Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Award that funds and supports students acquiring African language and area studies competencies.
Question 8: True or false: The African Economic History journal was written by Neil Kodesh and published out of the University of Wisconsin Press in 1996
Question 9: Which one of Professor Harold Scheub’s courses has enrolled more students than any other humanities course in the history of the university?
The African Storyteller
Question 10: In 2018-2019, who attended the most Africa at Noons?