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Scholars Day 2005, Wednesday, April 13

Ghana Program

A partial requirement of AAS 420-520, Overseas Program in Ghana, consists of a field trip to Ghana, West Africa, that includes visits to areas of cultural, political, educational, social, and historical significance to students, scholars, researchers and other members of the academic community. Participants in this course will also, in Ghana, participate in lectures from African Africanists from various departments of the University of Ghana at Legon. Students will relay what they have larned from this portion of the course to fellow students.

Presenters: Danisha Bailey (Undergraduate Student)
Juanita Burns (Undergraduate Student)
Nafisah Clay (Undergraduate Student)
Chiquitia Gordon (Undergraduate Student)
Sodelyne Joseph (Undergraduate Student)
Lindsey Kasprzak (Undergraduate Student)
James Legg (Undergraduate Student)
Adia Lopez (Undergraduate Student)
Matthew Mayne (Undergraduate Student)
LaTashia Penick (Undergraduate Student)
Arthur Richardson (Undergraduate Student)
Elizabeth Rosa (Undergraduate Student)
Lisa Thill (Undergraduate Student)
Amber Young (Undergraduate Student)
Topic: African and Afro-American Studies
Location: 102 Edwards
Time: 1:15 pm (Session III)