Africa SIG


Integrating biodiversity conservation and community development around Nyungwe National Park Rwanda
Sep. 8, 2015 - Tuesday
11:30 AM — 1:00 PM
Classroom 319, Kroon Hall
Open Discussion with Ange Founder and President of BIOCOOP RWANDA
Sep. 8, 2015 - Tuesday
1:00 PM — 2:30 PM
Student Lounge, Sage Hall
William Warshauer '86 B.A. Student Conversation
Sep. 17, 2015 - Thursday
4:00 PM — 5:30 PM
Student Lounge, Sage Hall
William Warshauer '86 B.A., President and CEO of TechnoServe
Sep. 17, 2015 - Thursday
5:30 PM — 6:30 PM
Burke Auditorium, Kroon Hall

The Africa SIG is a collection of students interested in the environmental challenges and opportunities on the continent. The purpose of Africa SIG is two-fold: (1) to serve as a forum for information exchange and research support for members; (2) to create opportunities on campus to engage with the vibrant culture of Africa. The SIG hosts and co-sponsors talks with scholars and practitioners, movie screenings, and a new biannual tradition- a West African dance workshop with the help of Konjo!, Yale's African dance group.

Raymond Waweru
Grace Kankindi

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