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This exhibit traces the origins and history of African Studies at Michigan State University, beginning with the founding of the University of Nigeria Nsukka in 1960

Published: Wednesday, 08 Aug 2018
Author: Blessing S Mavima
Department: African Studies Center

This exhibit traces the origins and history of African Studies at Michigan State University, beginning with the founding of the University of Nigeria Nsukka in 1960. Using material from MSU Libraries' Special Collections, it focuses on three key themes in this history: partnership, innovation, and activism. This exhibit is sponsored by MSUFCU.


Two fellows examine the crops at Swallowtail in Flint, Michigan.

Published: Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Author: Katie Deska
Department: Office of the Dean

11 agribusiness professionals from Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda arrived at Michigan State University on April 28. In town for a month, the fellows participate in internships, seminars, and workshops, and take trips to urban farms, food hubs and related centers throughout Michigan.


Adesina stands with Provost June Youatt and Dean Steven Hanson.

Published: Monday, 07 May 2018
Author: Katie Deska
Department: Office of the Dean

During the May 2018 convocation celebration, Michigan State University presented two prominent African leaders with honorary degrees in their respective fields: Akinwumi Adesina and Albert "Albie" Sachs.