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DoSER Public Engagement Award

Earl Ettienne, Howard University

Connecting DC & Ethiopian Communities in Science, Spirituality, and Scholarship

Dr. Gay Byron, Dr. Earl Ettienne, and Dr. Philip Kurian organized a Howard University panel session at the 2019 Ethiopian Educators Without Borders conference on May 18, 2019, at the Ethiopian Embassy in Washington, DC. This panel session, entitled “Howard University: Connecting DC and Ethiopian Communities in Science, Spirituality, and Scholarship,” highlighted the work of Howard professors, scholars, and students in engaging Ethiopian communities, histories, narratives, and populations in research, teaching, service, and outreach.

 

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Howard University scholars engage Ethiopian communities in science and spirituality at the 18 May 2019 Ethiopian Educators Without Borders conference from the Ethiopian Embassy in Washington, DC. From left to right: Adaku Ofoegbu (Presenter), Raniya Al-Matari (Presenter), Georgia Dunston (Adviser), Abebe Kebede (Community Representative), Philip Kurian (Presenter), and Gay Byron (Presenter). Photo courtesy E. Ettienne.