In The Department
Dr. Edmund T. Gordon, Chair of the Department of African and African Diaspora Studies, received a Presidential Citation on Thursday evening, April 17. As one of the university’s highest honors, this prestigious program was established to recognize the extraordinary contributions of individuals who personify the University’s commitment to the task of transforming lives. Read More
Take advantage of AADS study abroad opportunities to Nicaragua and Brazil, also introducing our domestic study program to San Francisco, CA. These programs will give you the hands on opportunity to study global blackness. The San Francisco program will allow the exploration of one of the most beautiful cities in the world and show you the ugly issues the city faces with its Black communities.