You are invited to the first African Studies Conversation Café! This is an open and supportive forum with African Studies Program alumni, professors, graduate students, community leaders and more for a lively conversation on career paths, graduate studies, work, professional development, networking, activism and civic engagement. Don’t miss this unique opportunity. All welcome, refreshments served!

Hands turned upward in conversation

SPEAKERS

Khalid Elagab Ahmed, BA (Toronto), MA (Toronto), PhD candidate (Toronto)

Temisan Boyo Fanou, Lawyer at the City of Toronto

Katherine Bruce-Lockhart, PhD, postdoctoral fellow, University of Toronto

Chizoba Imoka, PhD candidate, Educational Leadership & Policy OISE, African Studies postdoctoral fellow, University of Toronto

Heba Isa-Odidi, Lawyer, Downtown Community Legal Clinic

Kevin Lunianga, graduate student at the Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies at the University of Toronto

Ismael Mourifie, PhD, professor of Economics, University of Toronto

 

The African Studies Café Series is organized by Professor Marieme Lo, Director of the African Studies program. Please contact Dr. Lo for any questions or details.

 

When: Friday, March 16, 4:30 – 6 PM

Where: Wilson Hall, New College, Room 2007D

Who: Everyone welcome

Date: March 16th, 2018
Start Time: 4:30pm