Minor in Pan-African Studies
The Pan-African Studies program offers events, courses, and a minor, all of which focus on people of African descent throughout the world.
As our society becomes more multicultural and globalized, a knowledge of Pan-African Studies is a significant element of a well-rounded education.
This multidisciplinary minor helps students enrich their cross-cultural studies by heightening their awareness of and sensitivity to cultural diversity and expanding their knowledge of contributions by persons of African heritage.
The minor in Pan-African Studies is a valuable asset in the increasingly diverse society and is attractive to employers and graduate schools alike.
Find out more about what you can gain from a minor in Pan-African Studies.
Pan-African Studies Courses for Spring 2017
Faculty-Led Cuba Study Abroad Program Planned for May 2017
Reminder: Film on Pioneering South African Woman, and Discussion with Filmmaker
Filmmaker To Screen His Film on Pioneering South African Woman
Pan-African Studies Courses for Fall 2016
Human Rights Activist to Speak on Stateless Persons in Dominican Republic
Film and Panel of IUP Professors to Discuss U.S. Drug Laws On Tuesday, April 7
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