SU SOE Board of Visitors at CEMASTEA
While in Kenya, members of the Syracuse University School of Education Board of Visitors visited the Centre for Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education in Africa (CEMASTEA). Three members of the current CEMASTEA staff (Beatrice Mathenge, Dr. Mungai Njoroge, Dr. Grace Orado) completed graduate studies in the Syracuse University School of Education.
The Board of Visitor members were given an overview of CEMASTEA’s work in Kenya and throughout Africa, and were given a tour of the facilities.
Hearing an overview of CEMASTEA’s work
Grace Orado speaking
Mungai Njoroge speaking
Visiting high school students working on a biology lab
Group photo inside
Grace Orado, Joanna Masingila, Mungai Njoroge, Beatrice Mathenge
Group photo outside
About Joanna Masingila
Joanna Masingila is Dean of the School of Education and Professor of Mathematics and Mathematics Education at Syracuse University. She was a Fulbright Scholar to Kenyatta University in 1998, and since that time Syracuse University and Kenyatta University have an institutional linkage.