Africana Studies Blog

Posted on November 30th, 2021 in Blog by Patricia Turley

The Olaniyan Scholars Program promotes the development of undergraduate research, community engagement, and study abroad experiences. The program’s scholarly and academic activities and the scholarship and research focused on people of African descent. This program provides exciting opportunities for students, as well as aiding in providing the financial support students need to focus on and …

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Posted on November 30th, 2021 in Blog by Les Etienne

  IUPUI professor Obioma Nnaemeka was selected to receive an honorary doctorate in humane letters from the American University in Paris, which will be awarded in spring 2022. Nnaemeka is a Chancellor’s Professor of French, women’s studies and Africana studies in the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. She is an internationally recognized expert on …

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Posted on November 30th, 2021 in Blog by Les Etienne

Have you ever wondered “Why can’t I take courses that I’m interested in, regardless of the program?” Now you can! The IU School of Liberal Arts has an exciting new degree opportunity called Pathway Minors in Liberal Arts allowing you to explore your passions while still staying on your chosen career path. The Pathway Minors …

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Posted on November 30th, 2021 in Blog by Les Etienne

Did you know that many IUPUI undergraduate students are personalizing their education with a second degree without adding time or cost to their college plan? In fact, you can create expertise in two areas of study, both in your first chosen field and in a second that will enhance your marketability in the workforce following …

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