Articles tagged with "Nigeria"

posted onFeb5, 2014

When Katrina Korb uses a PowerPoint presentation in her University of Jos classroom, she brings her own projector and a small generator. This is just one of the differences between teaching at a U.S. institution and teaching in Nigeria. “The Nigerian university system faces many challenges, some of which are based on the lack of infrastructure that Nigeria faces as a whole,” Korb says. “One key example is irregular electricity.”

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posted onJan13, 2014

Civil unrest in Nigeria did not detract from the public health mission that took microbiologist Jeff Benfer to West Africa in September. In fact, one of the memories that sticks with Benfer, supervisor of virology and molecular biology, is the friendliness of the people he encountered.

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posted onApr3, 2012

This event is free and open to the public. The papers presented will be edited in a book to share with those who could not make it to Iowa City.

This event is sponsored by UI International Programs, the African Studies Program, University of Iowa Libraries, the Newman Center, St. Mary’s Catholic Church, the African Student Association, and the African Trade Law Expert.

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