The African Studies Center, with African-partners: African Center of Excellence in Information and Communication Technologies (CETIC), University of Yaoundé I; and Local Materials Promotion Authority (MIPROMALO); host the fourth in the STEM-Africa Initiative series of collaborative meetings on science, education, and development.

This year’s conference builds upon our alliances and past conferences to bring together faculty, scholars, students, and thought leaders in disciplines of science, technology, engineering, math, and medicine (STEM) from the University of Michigan and partnering universities, governments, and communities of African countries. It explores ways to continue to build sustainable partnerships in STEM education and research that will enable discovery of new knowledge, increase educational capacity and quality, and facilitate knowledge transfer for addressing global, regional, and community issues.

For program and speakers details, please visit the conference page: