Dr. Anne Mungai named Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow,she is one of 59 African Diaspora scholars

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Dr. Anne Mungai named Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow,she is one of 59 African Diaspora scholars

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Anne Mungai is one of 59 African Diaspora scholars

Anne M. Mungai, Adelphi University was awarded a fellowship by theCarnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program to travel to South Africa to work with Stellenbosch University and Dr. Berte Van Wyk on African Perspectives in Education and collaborate on research, develop curriculum, host workshops, and develop a new course.

The Fellow will teach some Education Policy courses, will present seminars to both faculty and graduate students, and will assist in the curriculum development of a new course at BEd Hons level. The Fellow will also share research on a project in Africa that will provide new and critical insights to education in Africa.

Potential Impact: Develop and share new and innovative instructional practices with faculty and student teachers at the University, including inquiry based approaches, student centered models of instruction, differentiated instruction, and distributed counseling.

The Stellenbosch University project is one of 57 projects that will pair African Diaspora scholars with higher education institutions in Africa to collaborate on curriculum co-development, research, graduate teaching, training and mentoring activities.  Anne Mungai is one of 59 African Diaspora scholars who have been awarded fellowships to travel to Africa beginning in May 2016 to conduct a wide range of projects across disciplines, from agroforestry to e-learning modules for nursing, and from ethnomusicology to military mental health. The program has now selected and approved a total of 169 Fellows since its inception in 2013.

The Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program facilitates engagement between scholars born in Africa who are now based in the United States or Canada and scholars in Africa on mutually beneficial academic activities.  The Advisory Council selected forty-one African universities to host the Fellows, based on collaborative project proposals submitted by faculty members and administrators at the African universities, to meet specific needs at their universities. This innovative program is managed by the Institute of International Education (IIE) in collaboration with United State International University-Africa (USIU-Africa) in Nairobi, through Dr. Paul Tiyambe Zeleza, who chairs the Advisory Council, and is funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

About the Fellows and Hosts

Public and private higher education institutions in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda were eligible tosubmit project requests to host a scholar for 14 to 90 days; prospective hosts were invited but not required to name a proposed scholar in their project requests. Scholars born in Africa who live in the United States or Canada and work in an accredited college or university in either of those two countries were eligible to apply to be on a roster of available candidates. IIE maintains a scholar roster to facilitate matches, according to the discipline specializations, expertise, activities and objectives described in a project request. The Fellowship for the project visit includes a daily stipend, transportation and visa funds and health insurance coverage.

About Adelphi: A modern university with deep roots

Adelphi University is a nationally ranked, doctoral research university offering exceptional liberal arts and sciences programs and professional training with particular strength in its Core Four—AU Arts and Humanities, AU STEM and Social Sciences, AU Professions, and AU Health and Wellness.

Founded in Brooklyn in 1896, Adelphi was one of the first coeducational institutions of higher education in New York State and is Long Island’s oldest private coeducational university. Today Adelphi serves nearly 7,500 students from 38 states and 46 countries at its beautiful main campus in Garden City, New York—just 23 miles from New York City’s cultural and internship opportunities—and at dynamic learning hubs around the state (New York City, the Hudson Valley and across Long Island) and online.

More than 100,000 Adelphi graduates have gained the skills, knowledge and exposure to thrive as professionals and active citizens in an interconnected and fast-paced global society, making their mark on the University and the world beyond.

Our history, location and commitment to student success and academic excellence define the Adelphi Advantage.

Source: http://education.adelphi.edu

Dr. Anne Mungai named Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow,she is one of 59 African Diaspora scholars Reviewed by on May 6, 2016 .

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