Category Archives: Informational

‘Cuse in Kenya Two-week Study Abroad Experience

Two Syracuse University faculty members and eight students spent two weeks in Kenya for a study abroad experience – experiencing rural and urban education in Kenya and interacting with students, teachers, and university faculty members and administrators. You can read … Continue reading

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Stakeholders’ Meeting

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On July 2, 2014, we had a stakeholders’ meeting to present the activities and accomplishments from our partnership project that has been USAID-funded. We held the meeting at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development and were welcomed by the Acting … Continue reading

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More Information about the Fundraiser for iPads and iPods

Here is a press release from the Syracuse University School of Education about our fundraiser for iPads and iPods for Kenyatta University.

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A bit of history

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In February 2009, we applied for a $50,000 planning grant from Higher Education for Development for the Africa – U.S. Higher Education Initiative. In October 2009, we found out that we had been awarded a planning grant. We had collaborative … Continue reading

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Paperwork has been signed!

We received word on Friday, April 8th that the paperwork finalizing the funding for the Kenyatta University-Syracuse University teacher education partnership through the Africa – U.S. Higher Education Initiative was signed in Washington, D.C. ┬áThe papers should be signed this … Continue reading

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Stay tuned!

This blog will detail the collaborative work in teacher education of faculty members at Kenyatta University near Nairobi, Kenya and Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York, USA.  Stay tuned!

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