This page details some of the ways students have engaged with special guests (in person and via Skype), in the Washington, DC area community, through the Trinity International Hip Hop Festival in Connecticut, and with activists through the Social Media and Political Change in Africa course.
This page contains information on the guests I have invited to campus to engage with the students. Some of these visits were in the classroom, while others were held in other venues, such as the Ralph Bunche Center.
This page includes information on and images of student engagement in the Washington, DC community.
Students attended both the 2016 and 2017 Trinity International Hip Hop Festival. Student participation was possible with the financial support from both the Department of African Studies and Trinity College. Students contributed the remaining needed funding.
This page includes a detailed report on the use of the Academic Faculty Enhancement and Enrichment grant in the course Social Media and Political Change in Africa.