The Global Water Institute and the Center for African Studies announce a new informal lunchtime forum to highlight the work of Ohio State faculty who have had significant experience working in Africa. Through informal presentations and discussions, faculty and other professionals share their experiences doing research, teaching and outreach in Africa.
The series is intended to provide networking opportunities for faculty, students and members of the general public. Speakers will share an account of their experiences doing scholarship or other work in Africa through pictures and informal conversation. Participants are welcome to bring lunch and eat during the sessions.
All sessions will be held on Wednesdays from 12 – 1 p.m. in Enarson Classroom Building, room 100.
Mary Rodriguez; Department of Agricultural Communication, Education and Leadership
Richard Dick; School of Environment and Natural Resources
“Culture, Agriculture and Shrubs: Improving Soils and Crop Yield in West Africa”
Mario Miranda; Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics
“Promoting Technical Transformation and Financial Inclusion Among Smallholder Farmers in Africa”
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