An Introduction to the History of Education in Eastern Africa
Jun 11, 2014, 2pm-3pm
Grace K. Puja is an independent researcher on social justice in education with a particular focus on educational options for orphans and vulnerable children. She holds a PhD in sociology and equity studies in education from the OISE/University of Toronto. Born and educated in Tanzania, East Africa, Puja has rich international university teaching and research experience and has published on girls’ and women’s education in Tanzania. She has taught for more than twenty years in several Tanzanian universities and has worked as a teacher education advisor for the Mozambique Ministry of Education and Culture in Maputo. She has also taught in the Faculty of Education at the University of Windsor. She is very much interested in Borderless Higher Education for Refugees (BHER), particularly the education of girls and women refugees.
|Location:||Marshal Cohen Governance Room, 524 Kaneff Tower|
|Sponsor:||Borderless Higher Education for Refugees (BHER) and the Faculty of Education|
|Posted by:||Anderson Coward|