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Challenges and opportunities for universities in conflict contexts: a discussion with Bayero University faculty from Northern Nigeria.
Date: Friday, January 25, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM -11:30 AM
Location: Center for Global Engagement – Room 2300
110 S. Woodward Avenue
Tallahassee FL, 32306
The speakers will lead a discussion on the role of universities in promoting peace and providing opportunities for development in settings that have been impacted by conflict. They will also discuss the partnerships that FSU is undertaking in the region to support educational systems and research infrastructure.
Dr. Muhammad Bello, Vice Chancellor, Bayero University-Kano
Dr. Ismaila Tsiga, Coordinator, Nigerian Center for Reading Research and Development and Professor, Bayero University-Kano
Dr. Jeffrey Ayala Milligan, Professor and Director of the Learning Systems Institute at Florida State University
This event is sponsored by the Learning Systems Institute at Florida State University
The Learning Systems Institute at Florida State University—represented by Drs. Stephanie Simmons Zuilkowski and Adrienne Barnes, welcomes Dr. Aisha Umar Tsiga and Dr. Amina Adamu both faculty from the Nigerian Center for Reading Research and Development at Bayero University in Kano, Nigeria. The university fellows will be at the FSU campus in Tallahassee till June 2019 as part of a USAID-sponsored partnership between Bayero University and Florida State University. LSI.FSU.EDU