How can Africans find solutions to Africa’s problems? Conservation biologist Kevin Njabo tells his personal story of how he nearly became part of the group of African scientists who seek an education abroad and never return — and why he’s now building a permanent base on the continent to nurture and support local talent. “I’m […]
The UCLA African Studies Center invites undergraduate and graduate students to apply for the Judith Boyajian Travel Fellowship. The Judith Boyajian Travel Fellowship is designed to promote global citizenship and engagement through a summer working, studying, and living in Africa. The Judith Boyajian Travel Fellowship The Judith Boyajian Travel Fellowship is designed to provide UCLA […]
After performing research in the forests in Cameroon, UCLA undergraduate, Alexa, started her own club at UCLA to encourage students to do research in Africa. In this video, she shares her experience about CBI.
A Phylogenetic Workshop on the basics of various phylogenetic techniques will cover the steps required from checking a sequence to constructing a tree. The event will be held at CBI from 13-17 November 2017. Interested participants should contact: Rolland Bantar Tata at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Rachid Hanna at email@example.com