Professor of Microbiology and Immunology Cheong-Hee Chang, who is a member of ASC's STEM-Africa Steering Committee, discusses her work in Uganda, where U-M and the  Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) collaborate in MUST’s new "Africa Center of Excellence for Pharm-Biotechnology and Traditional Medicine." Associate Professor of Natural Resources Rebecca Hardin, also a member of STEM-Africa's Steering Committee, comments on the value of engaged learning and U-M's Third Century grants, which included Africa-based projects in Gabon and Ghana.

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Faculty friendship in Uganda leads to partnership, institutional collboration »

Third Century Initiative changing culture for teaching, learning »