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Visiting African Fellows' Research Showcase 22nd March 2017
Wed, March 22, 2017, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM GMT
Visiting African Fellows' Research Showcase
Hosted by the Cambridge-Africa Programme, in partnership with Hughes Hall, Cambridge
Five visiting African researchers (CAPREx Fellows: http://www.cambridge-africa.cam.ac.uk/initiatives/caprex/fellows/fellows-2016-17) will make presentations on the exciting, Africa-focused research projects that they are undertaking in collaboration with Cambridge academics.
All are welcome to attend.
14:15-14:20 Welcome and introduction
Professor David Dunne (Cambridge-Africa Programme Director)
Dr Angela Kunadu (University of Ghana)
Cambridge Collaborator: Dr Andrew Grant, Department of Veterinary Medicine
Dr Beverly Egyir (Unvieristy of Ghana)
Cambridge Collaborator: Dr Mark Holmes, Department of Veterinary Medicine
Dr Ken Fening (University of Ghana)
Cambridge Collaborator: Dr John Carr, Department of Plant Sciences
Dr Susan Kavuma Namirembe (Makerere University)
Cambridge Collaborator: Professor Andreas Kontoleon
Dr Enoch David Sebuyungo (Makerere University)
Cambridge Collaborator: Dr Edith Esch, Faculty of Education and Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics
Dr Aaron Mushengyezi (Makerere University)
Cambridge Collaborator: Dr Andrea Grant, Centre for African Studies
16.50-17.00 Closing Remarks
Dr Pauline Essah (Cambridge-Africa Programme Manager and Senior Member of Hughes Hall, Cambridge)
Hughes Hall is one of the Cambridge Colleges that have linked up with the Cambridge-Africa Programme to host African fellows visiting Cambridge. Hughes Hall kindly sponsors this event, to give African fellows visiting the University of Cambridge the opportunity to showcase their research in Cambridge and obtain constructive feedback.