Scholars

Sponsored Fellowship Scholars

Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program

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Dr. Joshua M. Muia 

 

 Dr. Joshua M. Muia serves as an Instructor in the Department of Medicine at Washington University. Dr. Muia graduated with a B. Sc. (Chemistry) degree from the University of Nairobi in 2004, and went on to attain his Ph.D in Bioinorganic Chemistry from |Western Michigan University.

His doctoral thesis investigated the copper-transporting ATPase (ATP7B) that is deficient in Wilson disease, during this period he developed skills in the use of DNA recombinant technology to express and purify recombinant proteins on a large scale, and biophysical characterization of proteins using circular dichroism, light scattering and gel chromatography techniques. He was invited to present his findings at several scientific meetings including the Bioinorganic Chemistry Gordon Research Conference (2007) and the Annual Experimental Biology Conference (2010). Read More...

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Dr. Fredrick Muyia Nafukho 

 

Dr. Fredrick Muyia Nafukho serves as Professor and Department Head in the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development, College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University.

Dr. Nafukho earned his Ph.D. in Human Resource Development from Louisiana State University, M.Ed in Economics of Education and B.Ed in Business Studies and Economics from Kenyatta University, Kenya. He attended Harvard’s Management Development Program (MDP) offered by Harvard Institutes for Higher Education. He joined the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development at Texas A&M University as an Associate Professor in August 2007. Read More...


 Fulbright Scholar Program

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Prof. Miriam O’Kane Mara

 

Prof. Miriam O’Kane Mara from Arizona State University is visiting as a Fulbright scholar at the department of Literature, where she will share her vast knowledge and research interests in literary theory, transnational discourses, comparative literature and postcolonial space with both the faculty and students.

Prof. Mara earned her Ph.D in English from University of New Mexico, M.A in English from University of North Carolina. In addition to holding various academic and administrative positions, Read More...

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