Join the final speaking of our three part conversational series on African Perspectives. Dr. Adejunmobi will discuss contemporary African Science Fiction and Speculative Fiction. She recently edited the Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Inquiry's special issue on African Speculative Fiction.
Join Dr. Boatamo Mosupyoe, Department Chair and Professor of Ethnic Studies at Sacramento State University, for a conversation about her vast research on the life, migration, success and failure trends of recent African immigrants in the United States, and its reflection in mainstream discourse and policy making.
Join Martin Kailie a farmer, social entrepreneur, and Founder and CEO of Green Africa Inc. for a conversation about his work empowering women farmers as they fight increasing poverty in drought and flood-prone communities and move towards sustainability.
Global Affairs and Asian International Programs welcome the community to the UC Davis International Center on Monday, April 2, 2018 for a reception and lecture, featuring Consul General Luo Linquan, Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China in San Francisco.
Together with partners across campus, UC Davis Global Affairs is pleased to host an exhibit created by participants of the UC Davis Study Abroad Seminar CRD 153A and 198 “Nepal—Community, Technology, and Sustainability," an inaugural program included parallel seminars at UC Davis and in Kathmandu, Nepal during fall 2017, and joint activity in Nepal during winter break 2017-18.
Global Affairs and the Confucius Institute at UC Davis are pleased to invite you to join us and university leadership in the courtyard of the UC Davis International Center on April 12, 2018 at 4 p.m. for the grand opening of the first Chinese food truck at UC Davis: Chinese Flavors.
This two-day International Research Conference at UC Davis, hosted by Global Affairs, combines plenary sessions, small breakout sessions, "TED-style" talks, poster presentations by graduate students, discussions with funding agencies, industry, and community organizations, and opportunities for networking across disciplines and borders.